This amazing Batman cookie isn’t just edible. It’s also movable! This cool cookie actually has articulated joints. Granted, it doesn’t move much, but enough to make Batman do a little dance before you eat him.
This cookie features Batman in his gray and black costume with a yellow and black Batman symbol and matching utility belt.It
Cookies and LEGO are two of my favorite things, so naturally I wish I had this LEGO set that puts icing on your holiday cookies. The EV3 Cookie Icing Machine was built by Jason and Kristal of JK Brickworks.
Bored with the lame designs on the cookies you’re about to stuff your face with? Then indulge yourself and your vanity by placing an order for customized cookies from Parker’s.
Parker’s Crazy Cookies is in the business of baking customized cookies with people’s faces on them.
Ayaka Matsuno loves to make edgy cakes, cookies and other pastries. Her edible pop art ranges from depictions of sneakers, cartoon sketches and animals. She also made cookie versions of classic geek items: life-size Game Boy cartridges and cassette tapes as well as a tiny Super Famicom with an equally small TV.
When there’s something strange in your neighborhood, don’t call the Ghostbusters. Instead, just try to relax and have some cookies instead. Just be sure to make them using these awesome Ghostbusters cookie cutters from Etsy seller StarCookies.
These Star Wars-themed macarons by Semi Sweet Designs look totally delicious! Om nom nom nom. Apparently, macarons are hard to make, but I know that when you bake these cookie sandwiches correctly, they taste heavenly. Things get even better when it is decorated in a Star Wars theme.
We’ve seen lots of geeky gingerbread treats, but none so tough as this gingerbread Wookiee. Let them win at games or they will rip your arm out of its socket. Eat a gingerbread Wookiee and they will likely punch you in the gut from the inside.
One of the most memorable scenes in the history of science fiction has to be the John Hurt chestburster scene in the original Alien. It’s just the right blend of tension, suspense, and gross-out effects to be ranked up there at the top of list.
I love those finger-lickin’-good chicken drumsticks, but as a cookie flavor? I don’t think so.
Thankfully these fried chicken cookies whipped up by Bridget over at Bake at 350 taste nothing like the real thing, although they look so much like it!
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.
Delicious Chewie chocolate chip cookies fresh from the oven? Holy Yum! Now I see how Chewie got his name. He should be called Chewie and gooey with all of those chips. And just look at his tasty candy bandoleer.
I’ve been dunking my cookies ever since Oreo launched their Twist, Lick, and Dunk campaign. Suffice to say, I’ve encountered a number of problems in the dunking process that you might have experienced yourself.
For example, spilled milk.
We’ve been having fun with the viral marketing campaign that Nabisco has going right now and have seen all kinds of ways to separate the Oreo cream from its cookies. But the one thing we haven’t seen is a gun that can accomplish this important first-world task.
If you’re ever in Las Vegas, New York, Beverly Hills, or Yountville, California you must stop by Bouchon Bakery and buy a batch of their French Macarons. They’re the tastiest damned thing you’ll ever eat. So when I saw that they were making flash drives that looked like these delectable pastries, I started drooling.