Edible Ornamental Designs: Beautiful Cookies by Amber Spiegel

If you see something is eating these beautiful ornament, don’t be too surprised, since they are meant for eating. Created by New York-based pastry chef Amber Spiegel who has taken the artistry of cookie decoration to an entirely new level, these decorative cookies so pretty that makes your feel “guilty” to consume. Covered with flawless details like gold edges, illusions of quilted surfaces, and beautiful florets, each of those cookies needs around 45 minutes to decorate. Spiegel also offers all kinds of tutorials in person or on her website for those who want to make pretty cookies as she does. Don’t miss the video at the bottom, where Spiegel will show you how to decorate the Christmas tree cookie in action.

Edible Ornamental Designs: Beautiful Cookies by Amber Spiegel
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Adorable Hugging Bear Cookies by Maa Tamagosan

This tasty-looking and almost too-cute-to-eat bear cookie is made by Maa Tamagosan a Japanese chief specialized in French cuisine. She made those cute bear with nuts, chocolate or candy then sell them in packages. And now, she generously share her recipe with the world. Follow the instruction, now you can create your own hugging bear. It will be a great exercise to do with the family. And you can change nuts into candies or anything else that won’t melt with your own imagination.

Adorable Hugging Bear Cookies by Maa Tamagosan
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Monster Cookies and Baked Demons by Christine H McConnell

Los Angeles based Christine H McConnell is a multi-talented person. Besides artist, photographer, model, stylist, she is also an excellent baker. She creates terrifying yet delicious pastries, confections and cakes that look like monsters, spiders, snake and even Facehugger. All the pieces are glued together using delicious caramel and other sticky goodies, keeping the pieces 100% edible. Take a look at these terrfic creaations! Not sure who would like to eat them.

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Monster Cookies and Baked Demons by Christine H McConnell
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