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I tried it for halloween this year, the kids had fun shaping their own cookie-finger. It was slightly crumbly while they were eating it, although the joy in their faces as they eat their own "shaped" cookie-fingers made it even more memorable. In the future, I'll try it with a different cookie recipe and see how this will work.
I found that the fingers turned into puddles. I had to take them out of the oven every 5 minutes or so,reform them,put them back in the oven.Had to do this 2 or 3 times.I think they would work better using your old fashioned peanut butter cookie recipe.I intend on trying it again using my suggestion and will post my results.
This was the worst recipe I've ever made and all of the Kraft recipes I've made (many) have always turned out so well. The fingers did not "re-form" easily at all; instead they ended up a gooey and crumbly mess. I had to wonder when there wasn't a hint of flour in this recipe. Stay away from this one!