Saturday, October 29, 2016

Autumn Eats - A Review of Seasonal Cookie Cutters


Autumn Woodland Theme Cookie Cutters
Creative Fall Cookie Cutter Set


Use this unique and colorful set of Autumn Woodland cookie cutters to make Fall and Thanksgiving sugar cookies! This 5-piece set can be used as Fondant Cutters / Fall Cake Decoration / Plastic Cookie Cutters / Thanksgiving Baking Tools.


These seasonal cookie cutters can be found in the Etsy Shop called ShapemComThis shop is run by Nadia of Miami, who makes silicone & plastic molds for your favorite hobbies.


Christmas Cookie Cutters




Santa Cookie Cutter

The Fall season also includes the holiday of Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Shapem has just the right cookie cutters for Christmas, such as this Santa Cookie Cutter.  The shop also has snowball and a mitten cookie cutter perfect for your Christmas themed cookies.

 Zombie Gingerbread Men Cookie Cutters


From Unique and Funky Gifts
For more fun Autumn/Fall/Seasonal cookie cutters, check out the Top Gift Ideas for Women from Fred & Friends in the article Top Gift Ideas for Women by Louanne Cox. Nothing like Zombie style (Already Been Chewed) gingerbread MAN cookie CUTTERS to generate some interesting party-time conversation!


 

 

A Handy Sugar Cookie Recipe


Source: AllRecipes!
Use these and other seasonal cookie cutters with a sugar cookie recipe, such as this one for The Best Rolled Sugar Cookies which can be found online at AllRecipes!  

Your cookie jar (and your family) will be happy you did.



 

 

Cookies Throughout the Autumn Season


With the wide variety of cookie cutters available in fun shapes, your cookie jar will be filled with sugar cookies for every occasion throughout the Fall season, including Halloween and Thanksgiving, and even into Christmas. 


Happy Baking!


National Cookie Cutter Week is
The First Week in December

Written by (c) Wednesday Elf on 10/29/2016.  Updated 12/1/2020.




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9 comments:

  1. Oh, my! You may not know it, but I have a collection of cookie cutters that I am constantly adding to. I use my cookie cutters when crafting too. Since I can't draw at all, cookie cutters give me a wonderful "template" for outlines. So, I love cookie cutters! Now, I think that squirrel in the intro photo is calling my name. Wonder if they offer him separately. Going to look!

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    1. I see they have a Squirrel and acorn set that looks perfect for you, Mouse. I can see you enjoy your cookie cutters in more ways then just baking cookies!

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  2. You brought back some good memories for me, Elf! My boys and I used to bake and decorate autumn leaves and other seasonal cookies. Love the cookie cutters, especially the squirrel and the acorn which I'm not sure I've ever seen before. What a great time of year!

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    1. What fun. Glad you have such nice memories of baking and decorating Autumn leaves cookies with your boys, Susan.

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  3. I love the look of the autumn cookie cutters, I don't have any like that. I have to be very sneaky if I want to buy any more cookie cutters as my hubby realized recently that I have twice as many as he thought (I've got them in two different cupboards in the kitchen) - I think it's an addiction!

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    1. Louanne, I was amazed when I found out there were so many different cookie cutters. I have always been used to Christmas cookie cutters for holiday cookies in December, but didn't realize until now that there are cookie cutters for any season and occasion!

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  4. I have not made cookie cutter cookies since I was very young. I should try it again. I like these cookie cutters alot.

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  5. We have have so much fun with our grandchildren every Holiday season making cookies with our collection of cookie cutters. I really like the Zombie gingerbread cutters!!!

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  6. Long ago I had a collection of cookie cutters I inherited from my mom. I had added to it. We had mostly Christmas and Valentine cookie cutters, since those are the only seasons when I made sugar cookies. Lazy cook that I am, I made bar cookies or drop cookies most of the time. Using cookie cutters was a shared activity with either my mom or my kids.

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