I have seen Checkerboard Cookies before, but I wanted to change them up a little bit
Next, use food coloring to dye the dough. I use Wilton gel food coloring
I wrapped my three different colors of dough back in the plastic wrap and chilled them in the refrigerator again for about 1 hour. Next, roll out the dough using a rolling pin into a rectangle shape. I like to put the dough in between two pieces of plastic wrap to roll out dough. That way you don’t need any flour all over your counter. I like less clean up at the end!
Take a sharp knife and cut the dough into 1/4 inch thick strips. You may want to use a ruler at this point, so that each slice is exactly the same.
Alternate the strips in the design that you want. I alternated red/green on the top. Mine looks like this
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