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    Updated on Jan 30, 2019. Posted on Aug 7, 2018

    24 Products For Anyone Who Could Always Go For A Cookie

    Having any of these items makes you one smart cookie.

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    1. ~The Dipr~, a tool specifically designed to dunk your favorite sandwich cookie into milk *without* losing it into the abyss. No one wants a soggy Oreo.

    amazon.com

    Get a set of five from Amazon for $10.

    Promising review: "This is a great product to make your life easier, if you like Oreos with milk. Putting the cookie on a fork sometimes makes the cookie fall apart. With this cookie spoon this never happens." —Dan & Jen

    2. A sturdy pre-seasoned cast iron skillet you can make hot, gooey, Instagram-worthy skillet chocolate chip cookies in.

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    Get the recipe for the chocolate chip skillet cookie pictured above (which you can make in a 10-inch cast iron skillet) at The Kitchn.

    Get a 10.25" top-rated Lodge cast iron skillet from Amazon for $14.88 (also available in seven other sizes; the 3.5" size is perfect for individual cookie skillets!).

    Promising review: "I love, love, love it. I'm not new to baking and have made some killer desserts in it, too (like a one-pan skillet cookie). I can't imagine not having this in my kitchen." —Emily Boyle

    3. And a skillet cookie recipe book so you can quickly branch out to new flavors and combos without a ton of effort.

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    Get it from Amazon for $6.01, Barnes and Noble for $10.19, or a local bookseller through IndieBound.

    4. A set of macaron containers to store all your sweetest stuff in (think rings or on-the-go medication for the small ones, and earbuds, coins, and larger portables for the bigger size).

    Get them from Amazon: a set of six small ones for $5.99 or two large ones for $7.99.

    Promising review (for the mini size): "Very cute containers. Not big but perfect for pills, chain necklace, or earrings. They look very real and are absolutely adorable. The seal is perfect. Not too hard or too easy to open." —Lalure

    5. Samoa stud earrings that'll be a ~badge of honor~ for your lobes.

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    Who else thinks Girl Scout cookie season should be year-round?

    Get them from Lollie and Park on Etsy for $18.

    6. A Silpat baking sheet liner for cookies that NEVER stick to the pan, because scrubbing off burnt bits is never a ~treat~.

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    I love to bake cookies, and these liners make every batch consistent — and they never stick!

    Get a half-sheet size from Williams Sonoma for $26.95.

    Promising review: "This product will make your life so much easier. It cuts the amount of time spent making pie crust and cut out cookies in half! Treat yourself, your time is worth something." —Sassy Sue

    If you're like ~nah~ to the name brands, you can also get a highly rated generic version of these baking mats from Amazon — a set of two for $7.99.

    Or a similar silicone liner with perfectly sized circles so you can pipe precise macarons right at home.

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    Get a set of two from Amazon for $13.95.

    Promising review: "These mats made it so easy. The macaroons didn't stick at all and clean up was easy. I'll definitely be using them regularly now." —H. Gesner

    7. A ravenous pair of undies, because ~underneath it all~, you're truly a Cookie Monster.

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    Get them from Target for $5.99 (available in sizes XS–XL).

    8. A box of Quaker oatmeal chocolate chip breakfast cookies that'll prove to all your haters that your policy of cookies for breakfast is a REAL THING.

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    Definitely not speaking from experience here.

    Get six boxes with six cookies each from Amazon for $19.20 (also available in oatmeal raisin and a variety box of both flavors).

    Promising review: "I can't find these at my local Kroger any more, so I bought them here bulk for cheaper. One of these is all I eat in the morning when I'm ready to head out the door, they keep me feeling full for hours. They taste great! I've been eating them for almost a decade. I really hope Quaker isn't discontinuing them or phasing them out, it will be hard to find a replacement for these delicious breakfast cookies." —Tala

    9. A molded pan for making cookie spoons you can use for a nibble alongside your morning coffee or use as an ice cream shoveling device.

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    How many foods can you eat with a cookie spoon? Let's find out!

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $18.

    10. A dozen (or a dozen dozen) cut-out butter cookies from William Greenberg; you can order them for any holiday! Or just to celebrate the holiday that is eating an iced butter cookie.

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    William Greenberg is best known for their black and white cookies (which you can also order online), but these are my personal fave. I've tried a whole lot of cut-out cookies over the years, but these ones are the very very best (even better than the ones I bake myself).

    Get a dozen from William Greenberg for $30+ (price per dozen depends on the size of the cookie; available holiday shapes include Easter, St Patrick's Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and Valentine's Day).

    I personally think that the heart-shaped ones are a great year-round choice.

    11. A pair of Biscoff cookie butter jars (one crunchy, one creamy), because if you haven't tried it yet, are you even a cookie person?

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    Get the set of two jars from Amazon for $14.09.

    Promising review: "Go to the store. Get some Honeycrisp apples. Slice them up. Spread some of this on them. Eat it. Realize life is no longer worth living since it is all downhill from that point. This stuff will change your life." —B. Ginkel

    12. A scented candle with notes of cinnamon, sugar cookie, and Tonka bean designed to evoke memories of a kitchen filled with baked goods.

    Homesick Candles

    Get it from Homesick Candles or Amazon for $29.95.

    13. A cookbook that'll be great for beginners and master bakers alike; it's filled with recipes, expert tips, and insider tricks to make your results better than ever before.

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    Get it from Amazon for $19.08.

    Promising review: "I was a bit skeptical of this book. How hard can it be to bake cookies? Turns out I and probably most of us have been baking mediocre cookies all our baking lives. If you read the book, including the instruction sections and not just the recipes, and follow the guidance here your cookies will be better. I tested this with the spritz recipe. I have been baking spritz for 40 years, mostly from an old, handed down Swedish recipe. My husband took one bite of the ones made from the guidelines in this book and said, yes, these are better, crisper, tastier. He’s right. They were also easier to shape. So far, I have tried brownies, applesauce cookies and cornmeal-olive oil. They are all winners. I plan to dump all my other cookie cookbooks." —M. Berenson

    14. A cookie press to perfect your recipe for spritz (and any other molded cookie) for a sweet treat that tastes as good as it looks.

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    My great aunt made the best spritz cookies, and all your Swedish relatives can fight me on that.

    Get it from Amazon for $29.95.

    Promising review: "This is best made cookie press that I'm aware of! The toothed post in the center dispenses just the right amount of dough. The rubber ring at the bottom helps keep the press from sliding on the cookie sheet. It comes with a nice variety of disk shapes in a plastic storage case. Overall, this press makes quick work of cookie-making." —Casados61

    15. An adorably realistic cookie you can wear, because your kid is really a ~chip off the old block~.

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    WHY DON'T THEY MAKE THIS IN MY SIZE?? But also if you need to trick-or-treat in colder weather, this is a perfect costume to layer sweaters and warm pants underneath withour sacrificing your ~lewk~.

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99 (toddler size 2T–4T).

    Promising review: "This costume is hilarious and perfect for a toddler. It's so realistic looking too. Will for sure be a hit this Halloween. My 9-month-old is going as a bottle of milk. So simple and too funny." —Myrrh

    16. A pair of boxer briefs printed with the best combination of all time.

    Urban Outfitters

    Get them from Urban Outfitters for $9.99 (originally $12; available in sizes S–L).

    17. Or Oreo and sprinkle–print leggings that'll make you look like a total ~snack~

    anrdoezrs.net

    Get them from Lextor on Society 6 for $39.99 (available in sizes XS–XL).

    18. A compact mirror (and cream-colored comb) inspired by your favorite Hydrox knock-off. If you always keep a treat in your purse, this is for you.

    amazon.com

    Is the comb the highest quality comb you'll ever buy? No. Will you smile every time you pull this out of your purse to check your lipstick? Absolutely.

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    19. A cookie shot–making kit to take your ice cream eating or milk drinking to the next level.

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    It comes with a silicone mold for shaping the "shot glasses," plus an easy-pour mini melting pot to fill them with chocolate.

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $19.99 (originally $29).

    20. Washi tape printed with all your favorite British biscuits so you can decorate your life with sweetness.

    awin1.com

    Get it from Nikki McWilliams on Etsy for $8.07.

    They also sell one printed with just Jammy Dodgers!

    21. Or an enamel pin biscuit tin that'll flip up, revealing all your favo(u)rites inside!

    awin1.com

    Get it from Nikki McWilliams on Etsy for $16.81.

    This Etsy shop also makes the prettiest Custard Cream throw pillows, which I must have for my sofa rn.

    22. An adorable Melissa & Doug playset to keep your tiny tot occupied while you're busy baking the real deal.

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    Get it from Amazon for $16.23.

    Promising review: "We got this for my 2-year-old for her birthday and she's having a blast with it. I love how there's several steps to making the cookies, just like you would in a real kitchen. First, slice the roll of cookie dough into individual cookies, then stick them on the pan and 'bake.' When they come out of the 'oven' you decorate with frosting and then serve them up to your favorite stuffed animal friends. I am very impressed by the quality of all the components. Even the pan is heavy and durable." —Laura I.

    23. A subscription box so your cookie jar never runs dry. From Momofuku Milk Bar's famous compost cookies to millionaire's shortbread to decadent whoopie pies, you'll get the best treat ever with every shipment.

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    Each box of fresh cookies serves six to eight people (or just six to eight yous) — each month's selection is announced on the 15th of the month.

    Subscribe at Goldbely for $39 per month (available in 3, 6, 9, and 12-month options).

    24. A T. Rex cookie jar, because it is truly the only jar you've ever found that accurately represents your never-ending appetite for shortbreads, macaroons, macarons, biscotti, oatmeal raisin, peanut butter no-bakes, chocolate chippers, black & whites, and all the other varieties you know and love.

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    According to reviewers, you can decorate him with dry erase markers — and redo the writing or design whenever you want!

    Get it from Target for $19.99.

    Rawwwrrrrrrr!!!!!!! (That's dino for "Someone get me a cookie right now!")

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