11 Cookie Cutters You Absolutely Must Have
These clever cookie cutters should make any baker happy!
Platter Cookie Cutter Set
The individual cookie cutters in each “platter set” ($18-$82) appear to be oddly shaped. But when they’re put together in a perfect circle, they create an eye-catching cookie platter. Just use your imagination (and your decorating skills) to create celebratory platters for any occasion.
Shark Snack Attack
Celebrate shark week any time of the year with this clever snack attack set of cookie cutters ($15). The three-piece set includes a shark, surfer and a surfboard—with a big ol’ shark bite!
Bigfoot / Sasquatch
Out of the woods and straight to your kitchen, the legend of Bigfoot comes to life with this Sasquatch cutter ($6). Bonus: It can also be used as a mold for making some of our favorite pancake recipes!
A Custom Selfie
Here’s a new take on the “selfie.” These custom cookie cutters ($40) can be made to look like you or your favorite person, which is a great option for a special birthday or anniversary party.
Succulents, the popular houseplants, also make beautiful cookies with this potted flower cookie cutter ($5). Use your imagination to design your favorite flower pot. Try bright colors, stripes, swirls or polka dots!
The possibilities are endless with these shape shifter cookie cutters ($25). Each of the 20 cookie cutters “shape shifts” into multiple designs. For example, a fish can also be a pirate, the skull can be used to make a ballerina, and the adorable dog can be a heart.
This piñata cookie cutter ($6.50-$8) is super festive and fun! Choose a 3″ small, 4″ medium or 5″ large size cutter for your party needs. No time to decorate with colored icing? Use this confetti cake batter cookie recipe instead.
Coffee & Donuts
Was there ever a better pairing than coffee and donuts? This adorable coffee and donuts cookie cutter set ($8) comes with templates for easy decorating.
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