I sell delicious custom cookies for any event!
Thank you to everyone who visited me today!! I had a blast meeting other cookie-lovers. If you weren't able to make it out but would still like some Halloween goodies, you can order using this link:
We can coordinate a pickup time that works for you 😊
My mom said I was "bursting her childhood bubble" when I told her that this little green guy is Frankenstein's monster, not Frankenstein himself! Either way, he's adorable and delicious 👻
Join me on Saturday for my 3rd annual Halloween cookie pop-up! This has been on my mind for weeks but I've just gotten around to posting because I've been so busy making cookies 🤪
When your best friend quotes SpongeBob regularly it's pretty easy to come up with a cookie theme for her birthday! 16 icing colors made worth it by the look on her face 😂
I loved these colors! I've also been getting more comfortable with my airbrush thanks to my tutorial from The Cookie Countess herself at CookieCon!
White, gold, and greenery 🌿
I call these...PumpkinPalooza Snickerdoodles! These snix are packed with pumpkin puree and fall spices 😋
The Amazing Trey! What a perfect theme for this 7-year-old 🕷️
Been meaning to post these close-ups but had to edit them first...which took 10 minutes but apparently took 2 weeks to actually sit down and do 😂 If anyone wants to be my photo editor I'll pay you in mess-up cookies 🍪
What a fun way to honor your tennis buddy on his 80th birthday!
Always love a sleepy themed baby shower ☁️💤
These little astronauts were so fun to make as icing transfers and I may or may not still be snacking on the extras...
Created these beauties under the guidance of Renee from during her CookieCon class! Thank you Renee for imparting all your cookie wisdom to us!
Hi, I'm Michelle! I bake, decorate, and eat sugar cookies. Here I am at CookieCon Orlando with my entry into the Sugar Show that at least one person voted for. Say hello to Robbie! And welcome to my page 😊
How does a former teacher celebrate back-to-school? With cookies, of course!
Thank you for these adorable cutters 😊
The 8 designs in all their glory 😄 This set was a blast. I used many new techniques, challenged myself, and mixed so. many. icing colors. Can't wait to continue my cookie journey at in Orlando this week!
Japanese Cookie Series Design 8: Ramen!
This is the last cookie design and it's my favorite! I had a ton of fun allowing the icing noodles to fall where they may and using icing transfers for the nitamago (egg), chashu (pork), and naruto (fish cake), with a dusting of icing "scallions" on top. We had ramen 4 times during our 2-week trip and my husband's favorite was the tomato-and-cheese ramen; mine was, and always is, miso ramen 🥰🍜
JCS Design 7: Kushikatsu!
Kushikatsu is fried meat and vegetables on sticks, typically dipped in a sweet soy sauce. We had kushikatsu on our first and last days in Japan 🥰 The fried texture here was achieved using toasted rice krispies!
Marble plate inspired by
JCS Design #6: Okonomiyaki
Okonomiyaki, another Osakan food, is a Japanese cabbage pancake often filled with pickled ginger, meat, and seafood. It's grilled on a flat grill and drizzled with mayo and okonomiyaki sauce, then topped with scallions, nori, and bonito! We've made our own version a few times since being back but nothing quite beats the okonomiyaki we had in Dotonbori 🥲
JCS Design 5: Takoyaki
Takoyaki are fried balls of dough with diced octopus mixed in, and they're typically topped with sauce, scallions, and bonito flakes. In the Osakan area of Dotonbori you can find Takoyaki stands every few feet! To get the right texture for bonito flakes, I used 😋
JCS Design 4: Sushi!
My husband and I have broadened our sushi palettes together over the last 10 years, and we even had .merrifield cater our small wedding! In college we used to have "Sushi Sundays" at Asahi in Yorktown, which is where he proposed 😋 Needless to say, sushi is a special food for us and I couldn't have made this birthday set without a sushi cookie!
Japanese Cookie Series Design 3: Onigiri
Onigiri are a great Japanese snack! They're made from white rice and often filled with pickled vegetables or various types of fish, then wrapped with seaweed. It's not uncommon to see onigiri with cute seaweed faces!
Japanese Cookie Series Design 2 : Gyoza!
This actually looks more like a Chinese dumplings, but we like those too! Fun fact: Gyoza originated in Japan when soldiers were stationed in China and ate Chinese dumplings (jiaozi) during World War II. They liked them so much they wanted to recreate them back home in Japan, and thus, the gyoza was born!
As many know, I recently visited Japan for two weeks in the spring. For my husband's summer birthday, I made him cookies showcasing all the Japanese foods we love and had the pleasure of enjoying on our trip! I'll be sharing photos of each, but for now please enjoy this cherry blossom - we were lucky enough to see them in full bloom in Tokyo and Kyoto!
Fun fact: Those are the notes for "Happy birthday to you" 😄
My first woodland set 🦊🌲
Love the bright colors in this set!
🪄 I solemnly swear that I am up to no good ✨
🏡 Happy for the new homeowners! Congratulations .marie91 & Drew!
🍦 Sweet One 🍦
🚀 To infinity and beyond! 🛸
Japanese wagashi are traditional desserts made with sweet bean paste and typically served with green tea (often matcha). They come in a variety of colors and designs and different prefectures have their own conventional types. Pictured here are a few sakura-themed wagashi I made during my visit to Kyoto in the spring!
I'm loving this embossed parchment paper from - the perfect way to get that added texture!
Pretty & pink
A little cutie is on the way 🍊
The perfect touch of sweetness for magical moments 🌟✨
I had bought these cutters about a year ago, hoping I'd have the chance to do a fiesta theme! The little jalapeños are my favorite touch 🪅🌵
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