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11 Winter-Themed Cookie Cutters for Wow-Worthy Treats

Baby, it's cold outside! Stay in and keep warm by baking up a batch of your favorite sugar cookies with these winter-themed cookie cutters.

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Winter Hats

These playful winter hat cookie cutters ($9), topped with adorable pom-poms, are the perfect addition to your cookie cutter collection. They’re made from rust-proof and corrosion-resistant stainless steel, ensuring they’ll last for many winters to come. Use them with our never-fail cutout cookie recipe.

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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! This set of two cutters ($8) will help you create elegant winter wonderland snowflakes, and it also includes a helpful recipe book. When you’re ready to decorate, be sure to grab a few of these must-have cookie decorating tools, too.

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Cozy Fireplace

There’s nothing better than a crackling fire on a cold winter day. Except for maybe a cookie-shaped fireplace! We love the detail on this whimsical fireplace cookie cutter ($19). When the cookies are gone, be sure to check out these other hot winter desserts that will keep you warm and cozy.

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Hot Cocoa Cup

When you’re ready to enjoy a steaming mug of hot cocoa, why not make hot cocoa-shaped cookies to go with it? Decoration options are aplenty with this mug-shaped cookie cutter ($9), complete with whipped cream on top.

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Kids will love cutting out cookies with this adorable penguin cutter ($7). Get creative decorating his winter hat and scarf in different colors and patterns, and you’ll have this little penguin ready for winter weather in no time. Don’t miss these other favorite winter cookie recipes.

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Snowman Head

Do you want to build a snowman? Use this adorable snowman head cookie cutter ($6) to build a frosty friend without putting on your gloves. Get creative with different facial expressions or top hat adornments—just be sure to avoid these cookie decorating mistakes!

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Mitten cuttervia


Cookies shaped with this mitten cutter ($12) might not keep your fingers warm, but they’ll sure look cute and taste delicious. Adorn it with colorful smooth icing, or use piping techniques to make knit patterns. Here’s the best type of icing to use.

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Polar Bear

The polar bear is a cute and iconic symbol of winter. Cut out a few friendly bears with this polar bear cutter ($6), and add a cozy scarf with icing to really make him stand out. Then, serve up your polar bear cookies with these pretzel polar bears.

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Winter Wonderland Kit

This versatile winter cookie cutter set ($13) includes a snowflake, tree, igloo and gingerbread man. Baking beginners will love that the kit also comes with eight decoration templates and two instruction cards.

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We’ve covered winter hat cookies and mitten cookies—so now of course you’ll need a sweater-shaped cutter ($6) to complete your collection. Use icing and sprinkles to make each cookie unique and create your own sweater fashion show. Take inspiration form our Ugly Sweater Cookies.

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Speaking of winter sports, don’t forget the snowmobile. With a snowmobile cookie cutter ($13) you can fantasize about snowmobiling through the mountains without leaving the comfort of your warm kitchen. When you’re ready to whip up a batch, check out these secrets to the best cutout cookies.

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Erica Young
Erica is a cleaning and home décor expert. She knows exactly how to tidy a filthy kitchen and straighten out a mixed-up pantry! When she's not writing you'll find her organizing a closet, buying more bins she doesn't need or bingeing her latest TV show obsession.