Hairdo Cookie Cutter Lets You Make Cookies That You Can “Hairstyle”


If you’re going to bake cookies for your kids, might as well make them more fun than what you can get from the grocery. And while those cute animal shapes are pretty fun, the Hairdo Cookie Cutter turns wolfing down crispy cakes into a game of amateur hairstyling.

Designed by Avihai Shurin for Monkey Business, it’s a cookie cutter for creating square-shaped cookies with a face marked on the bottom edge of each piece. When eating, your kids can nibble off the area surrounding the head, fashioning the cookie’s square-shaped locks into a brand new hairdo to give the character a fresh, new look.


According to the Hairdo Cookie Cutter’s product page, the figure in the cake is called “Sam.” Yes, we’re not sure if that makes it a boy, a girl, or one of the many genders people make up at social media these days, but we guess that means it can be whatever you want it to be. You can make it a hipster and give it a man-bun; shape it into a female model and give it that Karlie Kloss bob; or reincarnate Elvis and form it into a greasy pompadour (you can probably lather on some butter using your awesome heated butter knife for the grease). Bad haircuts aren’t a problem, either, since you can just wolf down the whole thing and leave no traces of your hairstyling disaster. Made from plastic, the dishwasher-safe cookie cutter measures 8 x 8 x 1.8 cm.


Available now, the Hairdo Cookie Cutter is priced at $11.

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