We all learn how to dunk our cookies into a nice, tall glass of milk pretty early in our lives, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Sometimes the cookie slips from your grip. Sometimes you over-dunk and soggy bits go floating off into your milk. The Dunkin’ Buddy makes the whole process easier by magnetically attaching a dunking tray to any glass. It safely holds your cookie and then you can dunk it into the milk without fear of losing it or ending up with a bunch of soggy cookie remains in your glass. It’s not quite ready for sale, but you can keep an eye on their site and be among the first to dunk with ease.

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pumpkin pie cookies

October means pumpkins, and the mind behind the deep fried pumpkin spice latte recipe has developed a way to put a pumpkin pie into a cookie. Amy of Oh, Bite It essentially makes bite-sized pumpkin pies with pre-made pie crust, pumpkin filling, maple syrup, and a few other ingredients. The recipe looks incredibly simple, but the finished product looks like you spent hours slaving over the stove. Yum.

Get the full recipe at Oh, Bite It.

sailor moon cookies

Sometimes making beautiful cookies can be as simple as dressing up a bag of sugar cookie mix. Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies began with a mix, dyed the dough pink, and turned it into Sailor Moon transformation brooch pinata cookies. Easy peasy. Even the decorations don’t seem overly complicated to re-create.

Learn how to make your own Sailor Moon cookies after the break.

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Pepperidge Farm has announced three new pumpkin-flavored offerings, including Pumpkin Spice Swirl bread, Pumpkin Cheesecake cookies and Pumpkin Spice Milano cookies. The bread will be sold at a retail price of $3.99 starting in December. The Cheesecake cookies will be available in January for $3.99 and the Milano cookies will be available in February for $3.69.

Pepperidge Farm remembers how much you like pumpkin spice. They remember everything.

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Halloween is just around the corner, and it’s time to start thinking of spooky treats to make for parties. Lil’ Luna came up with gooey monster eye cookies, and they’re creative and creepy. They’re basically colored butter cookies made with cake mix and decorated with candy eyeballs. Easy and awesome looking? Yeah, those are my favorite kind of recipes.

Check out more pics of the ooey-gooey cookies after the break.

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star s'mores

I know this new Star Wars parody by Sesame Street is all about self control, which is great and all and kids should totally learn that. But I’m too busy geeking out over things like the SnuffyBantha and marshmallow stormtroopers to hear the bigger message.

Yep, this trailer for Star S’mores sets Flan Solo (Cookie Monster) on a search for self control to keep from eating his partner Chewie The Cookie. Along the way, he’s given strategies by powerful Jedi and a surprise guest with the best bacon and eggs chestplate ever.

Check it out after the break and enjoy!

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pumpkin spice Oreo

Given all of the novelty Oreo flavors that have been released lately, it should come as no surprise that Pumpkin Spice Oreos are coming to stores soon.

Between these and the Caramel Apple Oreos, I’d say you’ve got your Halloween cookies handled.

Some lucky ducks got samples and people have a variety of reactions, so far. They range from amazing to ick, but the best comparison I’ve seen comes from Erin Chack who notes:

It tastes like what I imagine a fall-themed Yankee Candle would taste like.

If you want to try them yourself, they come out September 24th and will be around for 6 to 8 weeks or while supplies last.

Photo by Lauren Zaser / BuzzFeed.

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Star Wars Cookies

Some bakers are secretly Jedi Masters, and Compassionate Cake might have a higher ranking than even Yoda. Jessica, the woman behind the bakery, is responsible for these sugar cookies and she did an unbelievable job with the portraits. She painted miniature pieces of art featuring Princess Leia, Darth Maul, Jango Fett, and more. I especially love that even Leia’s hair is textured and realistic looking. These desserts really do look too amazing to eat.

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Nine-year-old Cory Nieves is the CEO of his own cookie company, Mr. Cory’s Cookies. Cory, who dresses impeccably, started his shop in 2009. He originally sold hot chocolate outside his home in New Jersey but eventually expanded into the cookie business. He now sells sugar-free oatmeal raisin cookies, and a recipe for what he refers to as the “perfect” chocolate chip cookie.

Check out some more pics after the break…

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Eevee Pixel Cookies

eeve cookies

Get the recipe at Instructables.

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