And, if you’re feeling daring with your baking, there’s a few more system fonts to choose from. Whether it’s a batch of Garamond, Futura, or Baskerville cookies — just make sure to kern them correctly for the upcoming bake sale.
New York-based pastry chef, Amber Spiegel, makes beautiful cookies. And not just beautifully-shaped, or having the perfect cookie-to-chocolate chip ratio — but rather, each cookie being a true work of art.
See the cookie artist in action below. Keeping in mind that each one takes up to 45 minutes to create, and will probably take about 3.2 seconds to consume.
Churros, seldom needing any help to be awesome, or requiring any type of ridiculous food mash-up, has teamed up with Oreo.
Oreo Churros, brought to us by J&J Snack Foods Corporation, brings the awesome sticks of fried dough together with America’s favorite cookie. Perfect for dipping into milk or the included creme dipping sauce. They can also be used to make your traditional churro-eating friends jealous.
OK, people… Try to remain calm. It’s all been leading up to this, and this is what you’ve been trained for.
Photos of Red Velvet Oreos have surfaced. Although, Nabisco is being rather cryptic about the cookie’s actual existence, their official comments have left the door open for an eventual mass production.
Either way, based on the attention this apparent hoax has already received, we believe that Nabisco will eventually do the right thing. That is, to start making some Red Velvet Oreos, pronto. Then, take Candy Corn Oreos out back and have them shot.
Because Girl Scouts can’t be camped out in front of the post office year-round, we need to come up with creative ways to get our cookie fix. Enter Girl Scout cookie-flavored Nesquik.
Available in Thin Mints and Caramel Coconut, the ‘milk’ will help get us through the year, albeit in liquid form. Look for it terrorizing your local beverage fridge, and let us know if you indulge. Good luck.