In the kitchen of the HFIM house, Barbie and Monnie finish the window decorations.
Barbie: Monnie, this wreath is adorable, perfect for the kitchen. It even smells like gingerbread.
Barbie: Now that we have these wreaths done, we need to get started on the baking.
Monnie: Well, Sindy is so busy with work and school, she left us her recipes. We should be able to do this?
Barbie: I'd cream this butter, if is knew where to turn this thing on?
Monnie: Come-on, it can't be that bad? Let's make two batches of dough, okay?
Barbie: Sure anything you say!
Monnie: This dough is really rich and sticky, more flour on the table please.
Barbie: Here, I will scoop them up, you roll and cut them out!
Barbie: How many do we have to make?
Monnie: Well, the boys eat them like popcorn, so I imagine a LOT!
The wax paper helps the (Sculpey) dough not stick to the table.
Here is the human Grand (age 5) making sure the girls are doing it right. She is a master cookie baker.
Anna: I can help now that Monnie is on oven duty. We make many cookies in Sweden for Jul!
Monnie; Twelve minutes and this first batch should be done. How many more to go?
Barbie and Anna: LOTS AND LOTS! And, then we decorate them.
Anna: We must make gingerbread cookies, too.
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