A bakery in Seattle, Washington, is using a new technique to customize its desserts.
The company, Reese’s, is opening a store in downtown Seattle’s Pioneer Square, which was once a lumber mill and was once the site of a shipyard.
The bakery has been testing the new cookie-cutter technology to customize the way its cookies are baked.
They will not use traditional dough machines, but a “handheld cookie cutter,” according to a press release from the bakery.
The cookie-cutting process involves taking small, thin slices of dough and carefully slicing them.
A small hole is then cut into each piece, leaving the edges flat, according to the press release.
The baker then puts the slices in a machine that cuts them into thin slices, which are then put in a cookie cutter.
Reese’s says the cookies are much easier to eat than traditional cookies because they are “more tender, less crunchy, and less greasy.”