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  1. I love your website and all its goodies. I would love to do a flag of my country. I live in Jamaica would love your help please.

    1. Author

      Hi Kimberley,
      It’s doable. You can use chocolate dough for the black portions of the flag and you will need green and yellow tinted dough. You have to make sure to work with cold dough so you can shape the green and chocolate dough into long triangles. The yellow portion basically you can roll two strips in the shape of rectangles to make the yellow X in the center.

  2. Very cool – I am going to try these. How long do they keep after making? How many do they make? Thanks for this recipe!

    1. Author

      Hi–
      The assembled cookie dough can keep in the freezer for weeks. The baked cookies stored in a cookie jar can keep for as long as a week and still be as delicious as the day they were baked. I got more than 2 dozen cookies, and some of them were quite large. So it depends on how large your flags are and also how thickly or thinly you slice the cookies.

  3. These are so awesome! Beautiful photos!

  4. Loved this!
    Used it to make danish and belgian flags for my birthday, they were a hit! <3
    I got 28 cookies of each flag from this recipe =)
    Thanks for this awesome recipe =)

    1. Author

      Hi Laura,
      Good to hear, and thank you for the feedback!

  5. These are AMAZING!!!! I can’t wait to try them! Thank you for sharing.

    1. Author

      Hi Lea,
      The part that’s most fun is slicing the dough into little flags.

  6. Gorgeous cookies and fun photos! I love the old-timey news clippings – what a neat touch! : )

  7. These are the cutest things! Love your method for making them. I never would have thought of that! 🙂

  8. Beautiful cookies! I think I am going to have to make them for my birthday- June 14th- Flag Day!!!

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