“By the end of 2009, the six leading makers of baby bottles in the U.S. went BPA-free. In February, 2012 Campbell’s Soup said it would begin removing BPA from its most popular soups, though it did not set a time frame”
The chemical industry’s request that the FDA phase out rules allowing BPA in baby bottles and sippy cups is nothing but an attempt to mitigate years of negative publicity from consumer groups in order to sideline tougher laws that would ban BPA from other types of food packaging.
The Food and Drug Administration announced the chemical BPA, or bisphenol-A, can no longer be used in manufacturing baby bottles or sippy cups.
Above shows a sheet of cookie dough that I have ready in the freezer. Let the dough warm up slightly before cutting the baby bottle cookies… believe me if you are in too much of a rush you can really hurt your wrists! I actually place the shapes back in the freezer before baking so that spreading is kept to a minimum. Bake the baby bottle cookies following your recipe’s directions.