Photo by amesmonkey.
If your inner science nerd with a sweet tooth didn’t already take control of your body and force you to click the buy button, then this may do the trick:
These cookies are made with my unbelievably popular shortbread sugar cookie dough decorated with Madagascar Vanilla and almond icing. You will not believe that something this pretty can taste so good.
Check out additional pics after the jump.
Hutts aren’t usually considered cute, but these cookies from Semi Sweet Designs look delightful. The baker has created a template and written very specific instructions so you can make Jabba cookies of your very own. It just takes sugar cookie dough, icing, and a whole lot of patience. I especially like that her tutorial includes a section on Jabba’s moobs.
(via Semi Sweet Designs)
by Nicole Wakelin on May 3, 2013
These are the tastiest versions of The Avengers ever created and they will save you from the perils of an empty belly. The designs are the work of Fanfectionary who has made iced cookie versions of Black Widow, Captain America, Loki, Iron Man and Tony Stark. They look delicious, but I’d feel bad biting off their cute little icing heads.
See more cookies after the break…
Jenn from JustJennRecipes created these Jawa-shaped peanut butter cupcake cookies that happen to be 100% vegan.
The new Droids and Aliens cutters came out and I was drawn to the Jawas. I was always fascinated with how the hoods covered them entirely and how deeply inset their faces seemed to be – what exactly was behind those beady yellow eyes? I knew I wanted to capture that same idea when using the cookie cutters.
The cookie cutters are no longer available for sale, but if you want to try tackling this project without them, click here to check out the recipe.
Sandra of SheKnows.com created these Mini Taco Cookies using Golden OREOs held together with peanut butter candy melts:
The inside is filled with ground beef (chocolate frosting and crushed chocolate OREOs), lettuce (green food coloring and coconut flakes), cheese (cut orange Airhead and banana Laffy Taffy), and cherry tomatoes (pieces of Hot Tamale candies).
Click here to check out the full recipe.
Maria over at Amigalletas has a thing for nerd cookie pops. These Star Wars cookie pops are just part of the bigger cookie pop basket of awesome, but we’re only gonna show off a selection because, well, I’m already licking the screen and I have stuff to do.
More pics after the break.
by Jonathan Fallon on April 18, 2013
A Supernatural cookie set created for Team Nerdache’s Illustrator, Kit. Hit the jump for an additional pic.