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Squishmallow Cookies: Using One Cutter to Make Multiple Shapes

Anyone with a child in their house probably also has an army of soft, cuddly, and brightly-colored Squishmallow stuffed animals hanging around. These adorable stuffies come in all different shapes and colors, ranging from a cute axolotl to a hot pink boba drink with a sweet smile. As a cookier, it's almost inevitable that you might get asked to make cookies based on this theme, but having to buy multiple cutters to accommodate the almost unending number of designs is just not always doable.

Introducing the Cookie Countess Marshmallow Plushie Cookie Cutter. This cutter was designed with many of the various characteristics of these stuffies in mind--arms, horns, wings, ears, eyes, etc. When designing your cookies, this one cutter can be used to cut all of your various shapes, with some easy modifications. 

Making a cute frog Squishmallow? It's as easy as slicing off the extra dough of the horn and the wings. A boba cookie? Leave one ear to accommodate the straw, and cut off the other ear, the horn, and the wings. An adorable bee? Snip off just the horn and leave the rest of the cookie as-is to accommodate wings and antennae. Pop your modified cookies into the oven to bake, and you are good to go!

No matter how you slice it (pun intended), these cookies are sure to be a hit!

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