These Animal Constellation Cookies Are Out Of This World

Pastry chef and author Heather Baird is responsible for these Instagram-famous cookies which integrate art, animals, and baking. After Baird was inspired to read about constellations and the mythology of the galaxy, she took to the kitchen to recreate the sky. She takes animal constellations in particular and turns them into cookies with a decorative Aurora Borealis, marble fondant. Continue reading »

Fun Cookie Cutter Lets You Bite Out Quirky Hairstyles On Your Cookies

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It is hard to make eating cookies more fun than it already is, but the ‘Hairdo Cookie Cutter’ has done just that. This amusing cookie cutter lets you bake cookies in the shape of a girl with really big hair, which is just waiting to be styled. Continue reading »

Adorable Cookies With Faces That Convey Your Warm Feelings To Loved Ones

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Instead of sending your warm greetings to loved ones on a card, why not do it with incredibly cute cookies?

Based in Leeds, the UK, online store Whimsical Cake Company specializes in adorable edible gifts that may really be too cute too eat. Many of her creations have faces drawn on them, turning them into sweet characters—for instance, the “Kawaii Friendly Flump Marshmallows” really do look friendly. Continue reading »

This Graphic Designer Uses Her Design Skills To Make Awesome Cookies

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Los Angeles based graphic designer Holly Fox has turned her love of color, baking, and graphic design into some pretty artistic edible sugar cookie designs. Continue reading »

Making Cookies Into Art With Lindsey Bakes

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Pastry chef Lindsey Gazel founded Lindsey Bakes six and a half years ago after graduating from culinary school at George Brown and working at different bakeries. Lindsey Bakes doesn’t only make cookies; the company also does cakes, pop tarts, and other sweet confections. Continue reading »

Can You Do this With Cookies and Cream?

These fantastic sculptures have all been created from OREO cookies. Continue reading »

Japanese iPhone Cookies

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Real sweet coockies from Japan’s Green Gables bakery. ;) Continue reading »