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Gil Scout cookies are one of the most addictive substances on Earth, and now they’ve been turned into delicious shots. Trefoils, Samoas, Dosisdos, and Thin Mints have all gotten boozy in these recipes that sound pretty darn good. It’s still months before any of us will get our cookies, so this ought to make the time pass a little more quickly.

Check out the video after the break for the full recipes.

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Thanks to the destruction of the second Death Star, there is an abundance of Stormtrooper helmets floating around the galaxy. Thankfully, they’ve been repurposed as cookie jars. Don’t worry. The heads have been scooped out and everything was sanitized.

It also pairs wonderfully with this Darth Vader Cookie Jar.

Product Page: ($56.00)

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Do you remember that scene in The Empire Strikes back when the audience sees the back of Vader’s head when his helmet is being removed? Well, now you can recreate that scene with this awesome Darth Vader Helmet Cookie Jar. But instead of seeing a scarred, wrinkled old man noggin’ when you lift up the helmet, you’ll get to see some delicious cookies! Yeah, cookies are definitely a lot more pleasant.

Officially licensed by Lucasfilm, this highly detailed jar is perfect for holding a vast assortment of snacks for when you finally decide to give into the Dark Side in the middle of the night.

Product Page: ($56.00 via The Green Head)

iced bacon and eggs cookies

Amber of Sweet Ambs is a cookie decorating master. She uses royal icing to create remarkably detailed art on cookies – to the point where many of her confections look to pretty to eat. Case in point: check out the bacon and eggs cookies pictured above. She shares recipes and step-by-step instructions on her blog and on YouTube, and it’s easy to lose time just scrolling through thumbnails of all the cookies she’s created. You may not want to look at her work if you’re feeling hungry.

Watch a video to learn how to execute some spectacular cookie designs after the break.

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funko chucky

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Ant Roman at Nerdache Cakes.

One of the reasons is because she has such interesting ideas. I mean, how many people would think to make a cookie and fondant version of Funko’s POP! Chucky complete with blood splatter?

I kind of hope there’s a Bride of Chucky follow up soon.

(via Nerdache Cakes)

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This past week, the Internet was all abuzz with talk that Nabisco might release a new limited-edition Red Velvet Oreo flavor in the near future. Of course, the internet has been fooled before with fake flavors—but this might be the real deal.

Check out the evidence after the break…

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dunk

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.

Product Page ($TBA via Incredible Things)

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.

(via Foodbeast)