Coffee Cup Cookie Cutters

Coffee Cup Cookie Cutters

Cookies and milk go together like, well, cookies and milk. Even though they “go together,” I tend to keep the elements separate – drink in a glass, cookies on a plate – as long as you don’t count any crumbs floating in the mug after an extended dunk! This set of Coffee Cup Cookie Cutters has given me some new perspective on how the two elements can pair up. The cookie cutters are designed to give each cookie a small cutout so that they fit over the rim of the a mug or glass. It’s basically using a cookie as edible garnish for your drink!

The cutters are sturdy and each has a rounded handle, making them easy to use for even the smallest hands. They’re sold in a set of four with one each of four different cutout designs: flower, heart, star and tree. The tree is a pine tree shape and would be great for the holidays. While I’m not going to start doing all my drinks, these would be a great addition to a dinner party or even a family get-together, just to make sitting around chatting over coffee a little bit more fun.

14 comments

  1. Very cute idea!! I want some!

  2. These are super cute. My boyfriend loves sugar cookies with his coffee. I may have to get these to use just for him.

  3. These cookie cutters definitely come in handy when making gifts. Or if you own a coffee shop, you could offer some sort of coffee and cookie special.

  4. Just thought of something – what kind of cookie dough would you use so the cookie doesn’t fall apart while hanging? Would sugar be strong enough?

  5. Very cute idea!! I want some!
    P.S.: Forgot to mention good post!

  6. These are so extremely cute!

  7. I saw something similar at Williams Sonoma. They were called “Edge of the Cup Cookie Cutters” and I immediately thought, “How clever” and “Why didn’t I think of that?” Seeing them here makes me want to make a run to pick them and give them a try.

  8. When will these be available – if they are already where can they be purchased.

  9. What a great idea! Cute, simple, and you can use it when it’s not Christmas season.

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