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Fred and Friends Gingerdead Men Cookie Cutter/Stamps

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  • Double sided cookie cutter
  • Cuts and stamps 5-1/2-inch tall cookies
  • Heavy, durable food-safe plastic
  • Perfect for Halloween
  • Fun and easy to use
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 0.8 x 4.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005LGUWUQ
  • Item model number: GDEAD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,687 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Fred and friends gingerdead men: cookie cutter/stamps.


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Customer Reviews

This is a really cute cookie cutter!!
Karen B
I used royal icing for the first time when I made Halloween gingerbread, and Gingerdead Men look amazing decorated.
Samantha
The same great quality as the other Fred cookie cutters and such a fun idea for kids and the kid in all of us!
Suzanne

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Harrys_mom on December 16, 2011
When I saw these cookie cutters... I just had to have them. How cute (and funny)!!!

I used regular rolled sugar cookie dough, rolled to 1/4" thickness. Stamp the design first, then flip the cookie stamp over and use the cutter side to cut out the little man shape. I was able to fit about 6 cookies per cookie sheet.

Use a thin powdered sugar icing to pipe the skeletal design onto the cookie once cooled... (I put the icing into a ziploc bag, then cut off a very small corner of the bag to make an easy disposable piping bag/tip).

I really like that the cookie cutter and stamper are in one piece - less pieces to store (and lose).
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By LauraLynn128 on October 28, 2012
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I had a hard time at first with this cookie cutter. After baking the cookies the bone shapes would become distorted. After trial and error I found the best way to get a good cut is to use the cookie cutter (without stamping the bone shapes) and then bake the cookies. Right after the cookies are done I pulled them out the oven and stamped the shape into them. This provided the best cut and made it easy to fill the bones with royal icing.

I also used sugar cookies instead of gingerbread and I used royal icing with neon green food coloring. Came out great. See photo.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By G.M. on May 13, 2012
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Just as you see. You can make the skeletons for Halloween as well as regular gingers for Christmas. One suggestions about stamping & cutting out the skeleton, you may want to stamp a light outline of the gingerbread shape on the dough first, then stamp in the skeleton, then go back & use the light outline so you know where to line up the cutter for the final cutout.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matt on October 30, 2012
I loved this concept when I saw it online. Very unique and "cool". I was slightly disappointed. As a previous reviewer wrote, the finished product looked almost nothing like the picture on the box - that is, the box picture is absolutely perfect-looking finished product. The biggest issue I had (besides the imprint difficulties, and cookie puffing out and distorting the imprint) was trying to figure out an efficient way to get the icing into the bone imprint. I tried using an unused medicine syringe, but only ended up with a thread of icing - no obvious bone design. I settled on spreading the icing INTO the bones using a straight icing spatula. Fairly effective, however I ended up with a thin white coating of icing on the entire cookie. Ultimately still a neat, unique product, and a decently cool-looking cookie. Just can be a bit tricky to get it "just right".
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chef Calder on November 5, 2013
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It is indeed a very funny little gadget, however it has a couple of flaws that can ruin your cookies; Whwn cutting the primal shape, there's no air release, so when you lift up the cutter, a vacuum can deform the cookie, you can solve this by making a tiny hole in the cutter to let air in. The second flay is also related to air, parts like the eyes, teeth and the little holes in the hips don't allow you to stamp a clear design to follow after baking for decoration, it can be fixed as well by making a tiny hole in the parts that won't allow a good stamp.
I really liked the cutter, however I had to make the corrections so it can work properly, and at the end we baked the most amazing cookies.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By mercifulmaenad on December 25, 2012
I got this as an impulse buy one day at Target and was wary that the mold wouldn't release or stamp right but it's perfect. I live at high altitude and make gingerbread cookies (formerly Christmas Stegosaurus cookies with red noses) often between Thanksgiving and Christmas. I do have a macabre streak, though, and when I found this I just thought it was hilarious and fantastic. The cutter is large--a very respectable sized gingerbread man. And, if you aren't into skeleton Christmases, you don't have to stamp the skeleton design, just use the gingerbread man side. They're about five inches tall. It took a little practice for my first few and then they came out beautifully. the cutter is totally enclosed, so you'll have to smack it on your hand or use a toothpick to start prying out your cutout but once you get the hang of it it's a breeze. I can't wait to try with a sugar cookie recipe. Just make sure to flour your skeleton and press with gusto, firmly and consistently.

When it came to icing, I used a small tip in a piping bag with some royal icing. Takes a while, but if you have a steady hand, it's pretty easy to fill in the skeleton shape. The only tricky parts are the teeth and the hip bones but with practice you can make them look just like the image on the box. ThinkGeek also sells this cutter and has a lot of customer pics for great decorating ideas that go beyond the simple skeleton fill-in including zombie skeletons and bow-bedecked skeletons for an adorable boy/girl look. My gingerbread recipe yielded about 18 5" skeleton men.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By kyla on October 20, 2013
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These make cute salt dough Halloween ornaments. I am planning on making some gingerbread cookies for Halloween as well. Fun!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Karl on October 12, 2012
Wife loves Halloween so this was an easy surprise gift. She and my son have made these a few times and they turn out looking great (hard to imagine a good tasting gingerbread cookie but that's a different issue).
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