Great Gift Idea: New Stoneware Unicorn Cookie Mold. Newest item in ZANDA PANDA’s Etsy Shop!

Stoneware Unicorn Cookie Mold

Also Great for Arts & Crafts!

Make adorable treats and crafts with my stoneware cookie molds.  The newest mold in my Etsy shop in this cute unicorn.  It’s about 3.75″ tall by about 3″ wide (9.53 cm x 7.62 cm ) and is handmade in my studio in Connecticut.   I form the clay over my original sculpture and then it is kiln-fired twice to produce this food-safe, stoneware mold.  Check out this item and my other molds and soaps if you’re looking for unique, handmade holiday gifts!

Unicorn Cookie made with Stoneware Unicorn Cookie Mold from ZANDA PANDA

Unicorn Cookie made with ZANDA PANDA's Stoneware Unicorn Cookie Mold

This was a spicy cookie with lots of cinnamon, cardamom and other spices.  I love how the flecks of spices give the cookie a homey, old world charm 🙂

Stoneware Unicorn Cookie Mold from ZANDA PANDA

Stoneware Unicorn Cookie Mold from ZANDA PANDA

My stoneware molds are very easy to use.  Check out this video that demonstrates how, using my Halloween Molds.

I’ll be adding more designs, so please check back often!

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How to make Cute Dalamatian Puppy Cookies – Recipe

Dalmatian Puppy Cookies

These seem to be everyone’s favorite yummy thing made from the Puppy mold.
The recipe is also on the back of the Puppy Mold’s box.

Dalmatian Puppy Cookie made with ZANDA PANDA's Puppy Mold!

Dalmatian Puppy Cookie made with ZANDA PANDA's Puppy Mold!

 

 

DALMATIAN PUPPY COOKIES

No-spread cookie dough:

  • 6 cups flour
  • 1 Tablespoon baking powder
  • 2 cups unsalted butter
  • 2 cups superfine sugar (not powdered)
  • 2 large eggs, slightly beaten
  • 3 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp. almond extract
  • 1 tsp. fine grain (table) salt
  • Red gel food coloring (optional)

Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add eggs, vanilla and almond extracts. Mix well.

Mix dry ingredients together and add gradually to egg mixture. Mix until flour is completely incorporated. Chill for 1 to 2 hours.

Lightly dust Puppy Mold with flour. For one big, round cookie, roll cookie dough into a 9” circle, then press into the mold.

For individual Puppy Cookies, dust mold with flour and press dough into the puppy shape of the mold.

For best detail, bake right in the mold, but cookies can also be baked on a cookie sheet. Bake 7-12 minutes, depending on thickness, until edges are golden brown.

To make a Dalmatian Puppy Cookie: Paint melted chocolate directly into the mold for eyes, nose and spots. For a pink tongue, add a tiny bit of red gel food coloring (use a toothpick) to a small amount of dough, blend and press into the mold.  Then gently press cookie dough into just the puppy shape of the mold.   Bake at 350 degrees F for 8-12 minutes, depending on thickness.  Melted chocolate can also be painted on the cookie after baking, using a small artist’s brush.

Recipe adapted from: Capitts at BakeSpace


Next, I’d like to try making border collie puppy cookies using a little cocoa in half the cookie dough…

 


BTW, we’re taking reservations on the first shipment of Puppy molds.  Also, when you join the ZP mailing list, we’ll send you a coupon code for a discount on your Puppy mold!

 


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