You can get customised cookie cutters to make treats that look just like your pet

You can get customised cookie cutters to make treats that look just like your pet

Baker’s Street Cutters give customers the chance to design personalised cookie cutters to look like their favourite animal or human

Mans face cookie
So good you could just eat them up (Image: bakerstreetcutters/Instagram)

If your all-consuming love for your pet is slowly taking over your life, then why not accept defeat and make them part of your diet too?

A customised cookie cutter company offers customers the chance to bake snacks that look juts like their cat or dog – and the results are incredible.

Baker’s Street Cutters also makes cutters to resemble people too, so you can bite the head off your significant other if that’s more up your street.

All you have to do is visit the website and order a ‘custom portrait’, or ‘custom pet portrait’ for furry friends, before uploading a picture and the rest is done for you.

For those concerned about how the finished thing will look, the company will apparently send you a preview to make sure you’re happy with the design, as reported by UniLad.

Cookies made to look like pet dog
The results are amazing (Image: bakerstreetcutters/Instagram)

Custom cookie makers will set you back about £20, with shipping about £4.60.

Other cutter options include custom names, maps, Christmas editions and famous faces such as Freddie Mercury, David Bowie and Frida Kahlo.

The custom designs have already received flowing reviews online as one wrote: “This looks SO perfectly like my boyfriend.

“It’s a gorgeous product and the results are so personal. My only caution is that it can be time consuming to cut out each cookie, the sugar cookie recipe I used seems to be too sticky so it often got stuck, particularly in the smaller portions such as the nose and mouth.

“Totally workable with the use of a toothpick, and the results are worth it!”

What better way to show your pet (or human) how much you love them than baking them for 20 minutes at 180C?

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