I probably have too many cookie cutters. These are just the heart-shaped cutters I found in my kitchen drawers. I have more in a box in my garage. Plus I'm sure that I'll find even more in the closet where I keep extra baking tools. I keep adding to my cookie cutter collection as there are so many differently shaped hearts. Luckily, cookie cutters are very inexpensive, especially if you purchase them on clearance.
At the top of the photo, you'll notice the hearts with the wooden handles. They are designed to be used when making Pancakes. The can also be used for creating heart-shaped fried eggs. I've used them many times to cut the crusts off of my daughter's sandwiches. It works wonderfully with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Ever tried a Gourmet Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwich?
The bread-shaped cutter in the middle is a toast stamp. Just be sure to press the cutter on a piece of bread before toasting.
The 2 dark red metal cutters, the light pink and the wider red cutter with a cross handle are just regular cookie cutters. Don't forget that besides using these on Sugar Cookies, they're also great for cutting-out Brownies.
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