Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Matryoshka Doll Cookies

Look what I found at the Russian Market, Matryoshka Doll Cookies!

20 comments:

Oiyi said...

Omg!! They are awesome.

G.R. said...

So cute! If only I could get my hands on a mould to make them...

Liz said...

I've never seen those before - perhaps becasue I've never been to a Russian Market. :)

Cami said...

You have a Russian Market?! How fun! The cookies are wonderful ;)

mushroommeadows said...

I would totally eat those! Cute! :)

I found some matryoshka doll stickers that are really cute just yesterday and I saw some dolls in the boss' office. They're everywhere!!!

macati said...

will you invite me for a tea?
;)

Mama Urchin said...

Would you mind sending me some specifics about a brand on the package or even the market name. My daughter would love these.

Michelle said...

Yum!

alexander said...

Interesting cookies. Great when taken with a cup of tea. :)

Have a well deserved weekend!

Alexander
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

Nan said...

Just the picture is a work of art as is the cookie itself!

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Indigo Blue said...

These are really cute.

Momo Fali said...

Those are adorable! I'd almost hate to eat them. Almost.

jen b said...

those are awesome!!!!

Julie at Virtual Voyage said...

It would be possible to bake shaped shortbread, ice it with royal icing, and then paint a doll design with food colour for Christmas - I've done something similar before. The biscuits freeze, but the icing doesn't.

kawaii crafter said...

good idea Julie, thanks for sharing

Mel said...

You can find a mould here http://www.cookiemold.com/ Saddly I'm in the UK so can't get one :(

Mel said...

Cookiemold have sold out so I made my own, not as good as yours but on :) (for a first go)

kawaii crafter said...

thanks Mel for the info :)

Anonymous said...

I have just now discovered the matryoshka doll cookies! They are so adorable. Where can I get some or the cookie press to make them myself? Thanks for any help you can provide.

kawaii crafter said...

I actually purchased the cookies at a Russian Market in town. However, someone mentioned in the comments that they saw a mold at www.cookiemold.com Hope this helps :)

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