Perhaps you’ve seen these melting snowmen cookies various places online. Want to know how to make them? Here’s a step-by-step tutorial with just four simple ingredients at somewhatsimple.com.
This adorable crown-themed cake looks sophisticated but it’s much easier to make than you’d think! The outside is just sugar cookies and there’s a simple printable template to follow for their shape. Clever! Find the instructions at spoonful.com.
You’re no doubt seen the super sweet Hello Cupcake! book around with its adorable cupcake ideas and instructions. Well, now those cupcake creators are back with a new book called Cupcakes, Cookies and Pies, Oh My! which includes not only cupcakes but cakes and pies as well. If that sheep creation on the cover doesn’t get ya, I don’t know what would!
It’s probably a good thing for my waistline that these cookies are Italian and not so easy to find here! But then again, could I bring myself to take a bite out of something so cute?
(first photo by Flickr user Boli and Xie)
I think we need a full investigation into the matter of these mysterious footprints. I might even need to reproduce the scene of the crime at home. Just to see how it plays out. (via reddit)
Looking for some adorable baking ideas for Thanksgiving? Here are a ten absolute gems that I found. They like lots of fun to make with kids or, heck, have fun making them all by yourself!
1. Nutter Butter Turkey Cupcakes
In my mind these are winners of most ingenious use of nutter butters cookies. Oh and let’s not overlook the clever use of colorful fruit roll-ups for the feathers. Find this recipe and instructions at familyfun.go.com.
2. Nutter Butter Turkey Pops
Not to be outdone by this clever use nutter butters cookies, we have turkey pops! Find the instructions for these cuties at thepartyanimal-blog.org.
3. Realistic Turkey Cupcakes
OK, let’s just come right out and say it… These are both creepily realistic and awesome! I included a closeup because the use of tiny green nonpareils as peas is just plain genius. These pictures are from a great tutorial at saucysprinkles.com and the original idea came from the cookbook What’s New, Cupcake?.
4. Simple Candy Corn Turkey Cupcakes
I love how devilishly simple and yet very cute these candy-corn-encrusted cupcakes are. The creator of these cupcakes says that the sugar “eyes” are from a local bake shop but I bet there are lots of fun things you could substitute in if you can’t find them. Find the instructions at cookingwithmykids.com.
5. Candy Corn Turkey Sugar Cookies
And if the idea of packing away en entire cupcake after your Thanksgiving meal is just too daunting, these sugar cookies are just as sweet. Read how to make them at thetribunenews.com or where the recipe originally came from at pillsbury.com.
6. Miniature Single Serving Pies in a Jar
Single serving pies in a jar. Need I say more? You can find great instructions at inchmark.squarespace.com and at ourbestbites.com. Now excuse me while I try to insert my spoon right into the screen so I can take a bite of that whip cream-topped pumpkin pie.
7. Cherry Pie Cupcakes
Just to throw your Thanksgiving guests for a loop, confuse them with some cupcakes that look like miniature cherry pies. These might look complicated but you’ll be surprised at how simple they are to make when you read the instructions at cake-decorating-corner.com.
8. Oreo and Peanut Butter Cup Turkeys
How can you go wrong with a dessert made from oreos and peanut butter cups? You pretty much can’t. Read the instructions for these by Flickr user Coopet Photography.
9. A Slice of Pumpkin Pie on a Cupcake
This cute cupcake requires you to use fondant icing but it looks well worth it. It’s adorable and beautiful. Read the instructions at thefrostedcakencookie.blogspot.com.
10. Sweet Potato Casserole Cupcake
A cupcake that tastes and looks like sweet potato casserole complete with toasted marshmallows? Yes please. Find this recipe at ironcupcakemilwaukee.com.
Jeez, that Domo-Kun is everywhere! (Via MyFoodLooksFunny.com)
Be still my beating heart. This is a baking kit which helps you to make French-style macaroons. But of course in adorable shapes!
The kit comes with a special hot pink mixer contraption and molds for the cookies. I believe it also comes with the ingredients but I couldn’t quite tell from the description. Needless to say you’d eventually want to be able to supply your own ingredients so you can make these over and over.
You can find this at from-japan-with-love.com.