Step 6: Bake and Enjoy!

Place them on a cookie sheet with at least a half inch between them.
Bake at 375 degrees for about 10 minutes.

Take them out, let them cool a bit, and much away!
<p>This is ridiculously clever!!!</p>
Its fantastic
need alternative to playdough utilities!?!
You could use a clay gun. I'd suggest to use a new one or one only used for baking purposes before. <br>
try dollar stores drug stores and low end stores for knock offs though i did see the original still for sale on amazon
Maybe one of the bags used for icing patterns with a square nozzle?
nice one
You can get the Play Doh Fun Factory at Walgreens if there is one in your area. You can check online to see if the store in your area has it. That's where I got mine. You can go to their website and order it online if you don't have a Walgreens in your area but right now I think they are out of stock online. Hope this helps someone. =)
Awesome! ;-)
Obviously don't use mint-flavored dental floss!
Why not? It could be tasty...
So cute and so cool! I love using different tools to make cookies and other baked goods. ^^
im make nyan cat<br>
You make my mouth water.
awww i have this one <a href="http://www.babyearth.com/images/images_big/10-2042-01.jpg">www.babyearth.com/images/images_big/10-2042-01.jpg</a> instead of that one =(.. wich one of the outputs can i use? t_t<br /> <br /> pd: sorry for my crappy english x_x<br />
You don't HAVE to use a playdough extruder. You could just roll out long pieces of dough, the flatten each side and make less-than-perfect squares.
yea but using the extruder is quicker though i bet if you knew what you were doing you could make a better one out of metal
Amazon sells to old version of the fun factory (several combos sets actually) it's only the 50th birthday version that dosen't have the right shape to make thse
oooooh, looks yummy 5*
Best use of a Play-Do extruder ever! Pixa-liscious!
just fyi you want This version of the fun factory: http://ow.ly/2wrIU cause the 50th Birthday fun factory: http://ow.ly/2wrI8
No Space invaders? Shame on you sir!
that is sooo cool! I'm favoriteing this for sure!
I just made a batch. Everyone is in love with them! Thanks for making me cooler :D
you could add this to the Kids Crafts Contest.
OMG how long did it take you to make all these. I made only one type and it took me about three hours...
Wow! It is so cool! Thanks! You're a Pixel-Cookie Master!
That looks amazing!
Well... Thanks.. Yeah Thanks ALOT! Now i have to go buy a playdough extrutor and make cookie dough and get my food colourings out!
This dough has no binder!!!! It stayed crumbly for me, even after the vanilla and cream cheese. I used one egg as a binder for the dough, and it came out PERFECT!!!
been looking for a playdoh fun factory since i saw this
they look <em>SO GOOD!</em><br/>
Hi, this Instructable is just awesome! I love everything which puts together food and geek things! but I'm French and i'm not sure how much is a "stick of butter" ? In France sticks of butter are 250g (0.551 lb) weight.
The ones I've been using are 8 tablespoons / 1/2 cup / 1/4 pound / 113 grams. have fun!
Love them
love the cookies! for the recipe you have, about how many cookies does it make?
it's pretty hard to say. The original cookie recipe says it makes 36 to 40 cookies. However, there's so many variables for the pixel cookies (how many pixels, how thin you slice them) that it's hard to guess. I think I general end up with two cookie sheets worth of cookies, if that helps.
faved, great idea
Your instructable is going to be added to my cookbook. Honestly. -RA
im going to use this idea for Tetris cookies for my brothers birthday, although i have the playdough extruder thing, i dont have the piece that makes it certain shapes. Would i be able to use some kind of wire mechanisim to make them pixel sized?? Thnx in advanced, -RA
excellent idea 5*'s and a fav...
Play-Doh extruder... GENIUS! I used this technique to make some Legend of Zelda cookis!
Awesome!!! <br/> If you're on flickr, I've started a photo pool of pixel cookies. <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.flickr.com/groups/660246@N23/">http://www.flickr.com/groups/660246@N23/</a><br/> I really appreciate the Link cookies, though. It looks like they came out great, and Legend of Zelda will always have a special place in my heart. <br/>
This is excellent. If you build up the image, how stable is it when you roll the whole block out, like millefliori or sticks of rock? If the image stays clear, you could make loads of bite-size cookies to pile on plates for an Instructables Show and Tell. (Oh, and I wouldn't use dental floss, I'd use a cheesewire.)
Hmm... now I want some <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.evilmadscientist.com/article.php/fimofractals">Sierpinski cookies</a>! :-)<br/>
Awesome! Those are so cool... I'm not sure if the cookies would stretch nearly as well as polymer clay, but there's only one way to find out!
Heh - seems like <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.evilmadscientist.com/article.php/fractalcookies">Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories picked up on the idea</a>! :-)<br/>
OMG I want tetris cookies!!! haha thanks!!! I'mma go make em NOW!!! (okay maybe tomorrow, it's 10:30 :| )
i know i've already thanked you about twice but i thought you deserved another thank you because i gave these cookies to my girlfriend for valentines day and she loved them (even though i complete messed them up)! THANK YOU !

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