Oreo’s on a mission to create a flavor that will appeal to every last person on the planet. But its efforts can’t come anywhere close to the level of personalization that a custom cookie cutter shaped like your head and face allows.
You don’t really need a clever trick to get kids to eat cookies, but with this new cookie cutter from Monkey Business, they at least won’t wolf them down in one bite. Every nibble they take gives Sam a unique hairdo, until all that’s left is his bald head, and then nothing at all.
Is there anything more uninspired and unappetizing than a boring round cookie? Outside of known carcinogens, probably not. So if you're looking for a way to spice up a glass of milk's best friend, MakerBot has just released a custom software tool called the Cookie Cutter Customizer that allows you to turn freehand…
Christmas is over, but if you're already planning ways to embarrass your grandmother next holiday season, Kama Sutra gingerbread cookie cutters ($55) are the right idea.
"Mommy, what are those cookies doing?"
"Well, honey, they're fighting, maybe pretend-wrestling, and rolling around, having a good time, that's all. They're getting in the holiday spirit!"
"Have they been good? Will Santa bring them lots of presents?"
"No, honey, it looks like they've been bad. Very, very bad."
Now you can bake an entire chess set, including the chessboard, and captured pieces can be immediately devoured. Being checkmated isn't so bad any more, because that's when you can go ahead and scarf down the entire chessboard.