Yogi Bear Cookies

Yogi Bear Cookies

These award winning Yogi Bear Cookies were made by New Orleans Cookie Company. They were award first place at CookieCon 2018 Sugar Show.

 

Yogi Bear Cookies

These wonderful cookies feature:

Yogi Bear – Yogi is running and sticking his tongue out at Ranger Smith. He has a stolen picnic basket under one arm and a sandwich, that he has bitten into, in his other hand.

Boo-Boo Bear: Boo-Boo is also running from Ranger Smith. He has cupcake in his hands and is almost drooling over it.

Ranger Smith – As always, the poor ranger is chasing Yogi and Boo-Boo.

Cindy Bear – Cindy is standing to one side holding her parasol.

There is also a cookie which looks like a wooden frame with the Yogi Bear cartoon logo in it.

 

Picnic Cookies

As my much as I adore the Yogi Bear Cookies, these picnic cookie take the cake.

The detail on all of the tiny items is absolutely amazing. There is a picnic basket, a cake, a bag of potato chips with potato chips to the side of it, a few different types of cookies, a sandwich, a chicken leg, a donut, a pizza, an apple, a green apple and a banana. Lots and lots of yummy treats for somebody who is smarter then the average bear. 

 

Yogi Bear Cookie Collage

Here is a collage of these great cookies.

Planning a Yogi Bear Party? Check out these amazing cakes and cookies feature Yogi and his friends.

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Attack on Titan Cookies

Attack on Titan Cookies

These amazing Attack on Titan Cookies were made by sveta_kim84. The characters on these cookies are Eren Jaeger, Mikasa Ackerman and Levi Ackerman. The detail on these cookies is absolutely amazing.

I’ve never seen Attack on Titan, so I’m using the description of these three characters from Wikipedia.

Eren Jaeger:  The main protagonist of the series who, after witnessing his mother being devoured by a Titan, dedicates his life to their eradication. After graduating fifth in his cadet class, he is swallowed by a bearded Titan during his first mission in Trost.[vol. 1] However, he soon reappears as a 15-meter (49 ft) Titan who fights other Titans on equal ground.[vol. 1][vol. 2] His ability as a Titan makes him the target of multiple parties that include those who see him as a tool to eradicate the Titans, other humans who can become Titans, and those who perceive Eren as a rebellion-inducing threat to the status quo.[vol. 2,3] Placed into the Survey Corps’ Special Operations Squad, he attempts to control his Titan-changing ability and discovers he has other abilities as well. In the final arc, Eren becomes the main antagonist,[1] believing that obliterating the nations outside the island is the only solution for the survival of Paradis and its people. Author Hajime Isayama stated that Eren’s Titan form’s physique was modeled after middleweight mixed martial artist Yushin Okami.[2] [3]

Eren is voiced by Yuki Kaji in Japanese,[GB p.19] he is voiced by Bryce Papenbrook in the English dub.[4] In the live-action film, Eren is portrayed by Haruma Miura.[5]

Mikasa Ackerman: Mikasa is Eren’s childhood friend who was taken in by his family. Though she was never officially adopted by the Jaeger family, she felt a strong sense of gratitude toward Eren’s parents, though she never thought of them as her own. After she was orphaned by slave traders, Eren saved her life and gave her her iconic scarf. A normally quiet and withdrawn girl, she maintains a stoic expression except when it comes to Eren and her friends.[GB p. 36] As later revealed, Mikasa’s father was a descendant of an Eldian bloodline that was modified to create super soldiers equal to a Titan in strength. When under duress, these genetically inherited abilities may allow a descendant access to their ancestors’ battle experience. After Eren and his father discover The Ackermans’ deaths during a routine doctor’s visit, Eren tracks Mikasa to the trader’s cabin. Mikasa’s instincts are awakened when Eren urges her to ‘fight back and live’.[ch. 6][ep 6] Because of this, and because of Eren’s kindness in giving her a black (dark red in the anime) scarf which Mikasa treasures and wears her entire life, she feels compelled to protect and follow him at all costs, including joining him in the Survey Corps. She graduates from the Training Corps top of her class,[ch. 2] and is regarded by officers as an unprecedented genius and prodigy, easily worth a hundred men in battle.[vol. 3,4] Though technically half-blooded, she is the last known person of Asian descent residing in the Walls. A wrist tattoo inherited from her mother (which she keeps hidden from everyone except Eren) indicates that she is descended from the prominent Azumabito family (アズマビト家Azumabito-ke), a cadet Shogun branch from the Oriental nation of Hizuru (ヒィズルHizuru), whose ancestors migrated from their native land to Paradis as honored ambassadors.[ch. 6][ep 6][GB p.39] While investigating the Volunteers alongside the Survey Corps, Eren tells Mikasa that he has always hated her for being a slave to her Ackerman blood. In turn, she becomes despondent and removes the black scarf off her neck. While still invested in Eren, Mikasa decides to join the alliance to stop Eren’s planned genocide on the Marleyan enemies.

In the author’s blog, Isayama notes that her name comes from the Mikasa, a famous pre-dreadnought battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. [6]

Mikasa is voiced by Yui Ishikawa in Japanese,[GB p.20] and Trina Nishimura in English dub.[7][8] In the live-action film, she is portrayed by Kiko Mizuhara.[5] Ishikawa says that Mikasa cares mainly about Eren, and keeps a distance from the rest of the world. She says that “While she might seem like a character with so few emotional levels, there are actually many feelings that swirl around her heart.”[GB p.20]

Levi Ackerman: He is known as humanity’s most powerful soldier and head of an elite squad in the Survey Corps. Hange remarks that he is a bit of a “clean freak”.[26] While it is said that he is blunt and unapproachable, it is noted that he has a strong respect for authority, structure and discipline.[volume & issue needed] The side story Attack on Titan: No Regrets focuses on Levi’s origins, revealing that he was part of a band of thieves using the Vertical Maneuvering Equipment to commit crimes before he is scouted by Erwin to join the army. Captain Kenny Ackerman later notes that the capture of Eren and Historia has to do with Levi, whom he refers to as “Levi Ackerman”.[ch. 56] Kenny is later revealed to be Levi’s maternal uncle, who raised him after his mother Kuchel’s death. Lately, in the Attack On Titan manga, Levi is said to be a victim of an explosion engineered by Zeke Yeager (brother of Eren Jaeger). He was in a near-death state until Hange Zoe found him and escaped with his body later to make an alliance with Commander Theo Magath and Pieck Finger in order to take down Eren Jaeger. Eventually, Levi recovers and joins the others in battle, managing to kill Zeke, fulfilling his promise to Erwin in killing the Beast Titan. Levi was modeled after the Watchmen character Rorschach[27] and is named after a child Isayama noticed in the documentary Jesus Camp.[28] Levi is voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya[12] and by Matthew Mercer in the English dub.[24]

Attack on Titan just wrapped up its 11 year run in Bessatsu Shonen Magazine and the final episodes of the anime television series are scheduled to air in 2022. 

 

Attack on Titan Cookies

Here is another set of these amazing cookies with Eren Jaeger and Levi Ackerman.

Blues Clues Cookies

Blues Clues cookies

These adorable Blues Clues cookies feature Steve, Blue, Mailbox, Handy Dandy Notebook, and Pail.

These wonderful cookies were made by Jennifer Rose Custom Cookies

The Mailbox cookie reminds me of the song Steve used to sing on every episode: ‘We just got a letter.  We just got a letter.  We just got a letter. Wonder who it’s from?’

 

Blues Clues Cookies

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Blues Clues Cookies

This Handy Dandy notebook cookie is terrific. My daughter used to love to watch Blue’s Clues.  Blue and Steve and his Handy Dandy Notebook entertained her with every show.  She even had her own Handy Dandy Notebook that she would store in her own Sidetable drawer.

Furthermore, Blue is on the number one cookies for this 1st birthday party. Other cookies have Blue in various poses.

In addition, a red Pail cookie is in the set.  I wonder where Shovel is? 

Another cookie shows Steve in his red chair with Blue behind him.

These cookies are terrific for any Blues Clues birthday party.

Also, check out these splendid Pop Culture Cookies.

 

Bewitched Macarons

Bewitched Macarons

These wonderful Bewitched Macarons were made by petite meringue. They were made for Mother’s Day.

 

Bewitched Macarons

These magical macarons feature Samantha Stephens dressed as a witch. She is sitting with her legs underneath her and her arms behind her. This is from the classic animated opening sequence where Samantha is dressed as witch and riding a broom. As she flies through the air, she skywrites the word Bewitched.

Bewitched Macarons

I can’t recall if I watched Bewitched when it first aired, but I know I watched it regularly when it was in syndication. The whole idea of a housewife secretly being a witch and having to deal with her magical mother and other relations was so much fun. 

Elizabeth Montgomery was absolutely wonderful as Samantha. Agnes Moorehead was terrific as Endora. I’m a big fan of classic movies and I remember my surprise seeing Agnes in movies like Citizen Kane. She was such an amazing actress. While he wasn’t in as many episodes (18 episodes total), I also really liked Bernard Fox as the witch doctor Dr. Bombay.

 

Bewitched Macarons

If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time, you probably know that I’m a big fan of The Flintstones. So I had to mention my favorite appearance of Samantha and Darrin outside of Bewitched. In the Flintstones episode, “Samantha”, the Flintstones get new neighbors – Samantha and Darrin Stephens. What really makes this episode fun is that Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York provide the voices for their characters.  

Love classic television? These posts will bring a smile to your face.