I love unique cookies and I see them all over the place. My husband just likes cookies in general and I don't even think he cares what shape they're in since it's usually a blur from picking them up and eating them. Shhh…. don't tell him I said that.
I was recently given the opportunity to review mustache cookie cutters from Fuzzy Ink. What a cute idea! I've seen mustaches on t-shirts and on the Internet in various forms so this was great!
I was sent a set of 3 mustache cookie cutters. They measure approximately 4"x1.25", made from 100% stainless steel and are uniquely shaped. One reminded me of the baseball player Rolly Fingers from the 1970's. He played with the Oakland A's (I'm originally from Oakland) and I had his poster on my bedroom wall as a kid. Ahhh… nice memories!!
To use these the first time, I went with a store bought cookie dough. I selected Great Value's Snickerdoodle to start. Of all the cookies out there, I love snickerdoodle. And peanut butter cookies.
They baked up nicely in the oven. Here is a preview:
Here they are when done. The cookie dough I used spread out a bit so next time I'll do something different, but the shape is there. They turned out cute and I frosted them and ran a toothpick through the frosting so it looked like mustache hairs. They were pretty cute.
Visit Fuzzy Ink and take a look around at all the cute stuff they have. From iPhone cases to hoodies to t-shirts, there is something there for everyone. They also donate $5.00 from every sale to the Movember Foundation.
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