DIY Christmas Labbit Cookies Inspired by Frank Kozik
Jessica Day is a little crazy, but the best people are nuts these days. Back in April, I wrote about her labbit-centric blog. It’s part travel journal, part cookbook and all toy love. Last week, she baked Labbit cookies.
Jessica’s Labbit colony, led by Ted, decided to get festive (and Godlike) and bake holiday cookies (in their own image). Since you can’t exactly get cutters for Labbit cookies at your local Bed, Bath and Beyond, Jessica went DIY.
For any men preoccupied with a perceived loss of machismo from baking cookies, let these pictures full of tools, metal and cardboard allay your fears. As for the clip-art bauble borders, I added those to show spirit.
That is some manly epoxy! Chuch.
In any case, the Labbit cookies turned out terrific, and they’re a great example of both edible art and OCD art. If you’d like to make your own Frank Kozik-inspired Labbit cookie cutters (chocolate chip butthole sold separately), follow Jessica’s handy tutorial here. Sweet!
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