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Star Trek Cookie Cutters: I’m a Doctor, Not a Pastry Chef, Jim!

by Paul Strauss
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Live long and prosper by upgrading your diet with more cookies! That’s right, carbs are good for you! Just look what they’ve done for William Shatner! Whether you prefer Kirk, Spock, Bones or Scotty, you’ll love these Star Trek cookie cutters and the delicious baked treats you can make with them.

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With these in your mess hall, you’ll be replicating cookies that look like the Starship Enterprise, a phaser, Spock’s hand, the Federation or Klingon logo. The set comes with one each of the aforementioned shapes, though there’s no guarantee that your cookies will be iced as nicely as the examples provided here. That’s up to you and your steady hand. Just be sure not to wear a red shirt while baking, or your oven might explode.

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You can grab the full set of Star Trek cookie cutters over at ThinkGeek for $19.99 (USD). I wonder how much that is in Federation Credits.

[via That’s Nerdalicious]

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