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3D Spaceship Cookie Cutters: Houston, We Have a Pastry

by Paul Strauss

After the dinosaurs came the astronauts and their spaceships. At least that’s the sequence of events I recall from my history lessons in grade school. And thus the same sequence of events is playing itself out in the world of 3-dimensional cookie cutting. Previously, we had some awesome dinosaur cookie cutters, and now, you can buy outer space cookie cutters. History repeats itself. It’s Déjà vu all over again.

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Just like the dinosaurs before them, these cookie cutters from Suck UK let you bake delicious 3-dimensional cookies by assembling components into a single composite treat. The series includes a rocket ship, a space shuttle, some sort of martian spacecraft, and something that looks vaguely like a TIE fighter.

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So what’s not to like? You can grab these space cookie cutters at I Want One of Those for £7.50 (~$11 USD) each or three for £20 (~$30 USD).

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