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cookie cutters


If Squirrel Girl had an official cookie cutter, it would be this.

The Nutter Cookie Cutter enables you to mass produce an army of edible squirrels named “Skippy” whose arms can fold down from their “how ’bout a hug?” pose to grasp almonds, cashews, or other small nuts. They’ll give you the energy you need to kick butts.

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Critical Hit Cookie Cutters

critical hit cookie cutters

If D20 Critical Hit mini cakes are a bit too much, there’s now a more sensible option for game night. Cookies!

Each set of Critical Hit Cookie Cutters comes with six of the most random cookie cutters you’ll ever meet. You get a d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, and d20. Want two d10s for your percentile dice? Not a problem. Bake two. The Critical Hit Cookie Cutters are a great treat for you, and a critical hit at every party, whether it’s a party of the celebration sort or the adventuring sort. Or both.

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jem cookie cutters

Whether you’re excited about the upcoming Jem movie, or you’re an old-school Jem and the Holograms fan from back in the day, you should probably plan a Jem-themed party sometime in the future (because it would be awesome). And what’s a party without themed cookies?

Thanks to Sweet Prints, Inc., you can make Jem cookies with these cookie cutters. You can buy single cutters for Jem, Aja, Kimber, Shana, and Raya or you can get all five in a set.

I’d have to imagine the best part of making these cookies has to be the decorating. Sprinkles will fly!

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Monica from Cookie Cowgirl nailed these hipster Disney princesses with their snarky smirks and beautiful locks. And also the glasses.

She made 18 princesses completely recognizable and absolutely adorable: Jasmine, Ariel, Giselle, Pocahontas, Aurora, Belle, Snow White, Merida, Meg, Cinderella, Esmerelda, Mulan, Jane, Rapunzel, Alice, Tiana, Wendy and Tinkerbelle. She’s piped perfect golden picture frames for each and the ladies are actually drawn free-hand with edible markers. I will totally eat these cookies while rolling my eyes at you.

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If you’re like me, and you’ve got cookies on the brain 24/7, then you might like these custom, 3D printed cookie cutters by Boetech. The Etsy seller makes anatomically correct cookie cutters of brains, hearts and skulls.  He also has plenty of other non-organ-related designs to peruse too, like his periodic table of elements cookie cutters (which you can check out after the break). Gosh, I’m really hurting for a cookie now.

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These gingerbread cookie cutters are way more exciting than the standard ones with the little girl and boy. Now you can have Darth Vader, Chewbacca, C-3PO, Boba Fett, Yoda and a Stormtrooper as tasty gingerbread treats. Just think how cool these guys will look running around the yard of your gingerbread house. Each measures 4″ tall x 3 1/4″ wide and is an officially licensed Star Wars product.

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Summer isn’t too far off, and if you’re planning on some beach time, we’ve got a nifty nerdy baking product that definitely won’t make you nervous about getting in the water: Snack (Shark) Attack Cookie Cutters. The set comes with a bitten surfboard, a hungry-looking shark and a… uh, unfortunately wounded surfer. The cutters are roughly 4-5 inches long too. So, what are you waiting for? Tempt fate. We dare ya. We triple dog dare ya!

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Remember how we lost our nerd minds over the Firefly/Serenity Ice Cube Tray & Chocolate Mold?

Well, we’re gorram losin’ them again seeing this Firefly Cookie Cutter set.

We now live in a world where you can make Firefly cookies and Serenity chocolate and wash them down with a cool drink thanks to Serenity ice cubes.

How’s that for shiny?

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Flickr user fdecomite made custom aluminimum cookie cutters shaped like a bird and fish (which are now available for sale) to recreate an M.C. Escher print. Baking them in two different colors of cookie dough make them look like a beautiful, and tasty, piece of art.

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It’s been a miserably cold winter for most of us, so a nice cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows is a welcome treat. Make it even better by using Cool Whip to create custom “marshmallows”. All you need to do is mix a tub of Cool Whip with 1/4 cup of water and then pour it into a wax paper lined panned. Put the whole thing in the freezer and then once it’s solid pop it back out and use a cookie cutter (preferably a nerdy one) to create your marshmallow.

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