Jurassic Cookies!

Two of my favorite things, flatpack and cookies comes together to make Dinosaur Cookies!

Cookie cutters in the shape of dinosaur body parts. Cut out cookie dough, bake in the oven, then slot the cookies together to make edible dinosaurs that will stand up your plate. Create the tastiest treats this side of the Jurassic period… then eat them into extinction. Each pack includes cutters for the body parts required to bake a whole dinosaur, with 4 to collect (Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Brachiosaurus and T-Rex).


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Carbonite Cookies, So Tasty You Can’t Eat Them Solo

I hardly need an excuse to like cookies, but throw a geek reference in and it is a sure thing.

In a galaxy far, far away, I purchased the Han Solo in Carbonite ice cube tray from Think Geek. I knew that I wanted to use it to mold chocolate. But I wanted more than a chocolate bar. And by harnessing the power of the dark side, I added a sugar cookie layer.


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Bread in the Round, Making Circular Loaves the Easy Way

Contrary to the title of this post, this isn’t about eating bread in a theatre. Instead it is a cheap and easy way to make perfectly round loaves of bread without buying a specialty pan or mastering some difficult dough rolling kung-fu.

Bake Bread in a Coffee Can for Perfectly Round, Evenly Baked Loaves with Little Crust

Bread cooked in a can?  This must be some well kept secret!  Who knew that a coffee can could have such a use.


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Cupcake Skulls, Dessert and Brain Food

Continuing our slightly disturbing theme of skull shaped foods, check out the “Nomskulls” from BoingBoing.

Om nom nom nom … Knock ‘em dead with these four stylish silicone skulls. Nomskulls are ready to fill with your favorite grey batter (get it?) and bake into perfect cupcake craniums. One bite and you’ll be head over heels, because there’s no doubt about it – this skull bone’s connected to the YUM bone!

Pile pink frostings and pipe squiggly lines to make a yummy brain cupcake. Mmmm … brains.


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Dark Side Desserts, A Deathstar Cake!

That’s no moon… that’s dessert. In a post that could launch a thousand Star Wars jokes, one brilliant baker has crafted a Deathstar cake, DARK chocolate, of course.

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This Death Star Cake was such fun to make that you just won’t know when to stop! It is made of Dark Chocolate Mud Cake and filled and covered in Dark Chocolate Ganache then grey Sugar-paste. Use two 8.5″ or 9″ metal kitchen bowls to bake the cakes.


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