Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Sanrio Cookies....again!

I know I have posted this blog post last month, but this time I am sending this 'Sanrio Cookies' post to Sugar High Fridays (SHF) #69 Bite-Sized Desserts hosted by Aparna of My Diverse Kitchen for a sweet round-up:).





Sanrio is a Japanese company that produces kawaii (cute) merchandises aimed for young girls. The most famous character from Sanrio is "Hello Kitty" - I am sure most of you have heard or seen "Hello Kitty" somewhere. Growing up, I loved buying and collecting Sanrio stationary products and accessories, from cute notebooks, stickers, pencil cases, rulers, letter-sets, well, you name it! I still love them, but there's not much choice around here in Germany, just Diddl, Nici and Hello Kitty in a few stores. I was never that fond of "Hello Kitty" anyway. I prefer other characters from Sanrio like "Badzt-Maru" the penguin, "Keroppi" the frog or "Monkichi" the monkey ;). I was inspired to make some cookies using these characters from Sanrio, even though I finally didn't make "Keroppi" because my green food colouring's gone! Anyway, here they are...


"Welcome to my house," said Jacque the bear. "You can also have some Badtz-Maru cookies with milk :)!"

Do you see the character sketches behind the cookies :)?

Which character do you like best?


Chococat the Cat?


Kuririn the Hamster?

Badtz-Maru the Penguin?



Or, Monkichi the Monkey?

I personally like "Kuririn" the Hamster the best, because the Kuririn cookies have the least flaws I think. Anyway, it was a quite fun project with a lot of drawing and painting :)! I used marshmallow fondant to decorate the cookies, click here if you want to see the recipe. I used food colourings to paint the characters and Food marker pens to outline them. I used some sugar sprinkles for the general decoration like the hearts, pink balls and pink glitters on Kuririn's head.


Sugar sprinkles I used.

I made the cookies using Peggy Porschen's recipe from her wonderful book: Simply Spectacular Cakes. Very simple and easy to remember: 200 g butter, 200 g sugar, 400 g flour and 1 egg. That's it!


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52 comments:

  1. Hello Kitty was a Japanese character that I grew up with. I recalled when I was on grade 2, I was begging for a hello kitty bag :)))

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  2. @ Pepy - Haha, yes, the good old time...! I used to love Keroppi and Monkichi the most. I liked Hello Kitty but it was never really my favourite...

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  3. These cookies are super cute! I like hello kitty, does that make me a YOUNG girl again? Lol. If only age was that easy huh? All their characters are super cute. I don't know if these are the same creators of Ding Dong (Doraemon), but he's alway been my favorite. Your cookies look so professionally done!

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  4. Woow...they look gorgeous..so cute looking cookies!!! Am stop staring at them, praying they pop out of the screen into my mouth :D First time here, u got a lovely space..happy to follow u..:)

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  5. Eres toda una artista con las galletas. Preciosas.

    Saludos

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  6. They look abosolutely mindblowing.....I can't imagine that these cute cookies can be made at home.....just awesome.....

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  7. They are adorable!! What work you must have put into them! They are real eye candy :D

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  8. omg!!!! i'm a sucker for anyting hello kitty. the cookies are soooo adorable!

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  9. still so cute no matter how many times I see the cookies :)

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  10. Sin demen de g liat foodphotography n masakan/kue yg lo bikin kebayang enaknya , jg lo pinter menata nya jadi terlihat menarik n cakep .
    itu yg Chilli's Dumpling maren g minta ijin posted that picture di twitter ya ? gregetan g mo kasih liat yg laen itu menggiurkan banget dumplingnya . boleh ya ? he22

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  11. That's very lovely cookies! It must have lots of passion and time to made up.

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  12. So cute! I can't believe you painstakingly drew those characters - great work! Could you make me some My Melody ones? hehe :P

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  13. Cookies look so cute. Especially loved the monkey designed ones. Very nicely baked.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. wow so cute my daughter would love these

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  15. Hi Cuties,
    You all are so adorable!

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  16. They looks so good! I like all of them, but my favourites would have to be either the Kuririn or the Chococat ones =) They all look exactly like the original characters- I could never do such a great job.....

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  17. itu mug nya lucu bangett!:D

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  18. Soooooo cute! I love them all. I'll check with our local specialty store if they've the colouring marker available there. Thanks for sharing such beautiful post. Have a great day!
    Kristy

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  19. Ohmygoodness, those are just soooo CUTE!

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  20. These are real treat to the eye and stomach, looks great dear..

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  21. They are so pretty! I wish I know how to make those beautiful cartoon images.

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  22. Oh! These cookies are SO SO cute...I don't think I'd be able to eat them :-)

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  23. Perfect entry for the event...They look cute(I have to say it again! )

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  24. oh man - dont think I'm ever so talented to make these cookies. you must of spent so much time on them eh? I wish I had that much time lah. you are very talented girl. keep up the good work!!

    have a lovely tuesday love.
    jen @ www.passion4food.ca

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  25. These are adorable! You're so creative and talented!!

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  26. These cookies look so pretty! I love them :D

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  27. These cookies are absolutely darling. I love Hello Kitty. Kuromi is my favorite character.

    Great job! I'm sure these will make a wonderful entry to Sugar High Friday's. ~>^..^<

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  28. They are too cute! Awesome job!

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  29. Those are real cute cookies! Love them all! A beautiful job done!

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  30. These are the cutest cookies I have seen!! Very nicely done!

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  31. YOur cookies are absolutely gorgeous! They look like they've been embroidered. Wow!
    Thanks for sending them in for SHF: Bite Size Desserts.

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  32. ...and they're SO cute, again.

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  33. As a kid, the only Sanrio characters I grew up with were Hello Kitty, My Melody and Little Twin Stars. But till today, Hello Kitty managed to stay more famous than the others. ;p

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  34. These cookies look so cute!

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    Have a wonderful and fabulous weekend !!
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  37. These are adorable! I like chococat the best!

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  38. oh you are genius!!! You should be hired by Sanrio :D

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  39. Every one of them looks so neatly done! Lovely!

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  40. oh.... they are really adorable! I couldn't eat them because everyone is so cute :-)))) I really hope you can do a bit tutorial on your blog - I am really amazed by what you made and always want to see how you did that!

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  41. All very pretty but ...no Hello Kitty...:(

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  42. Your cookies look almost too good to eat! I just signed up to follow your blog and I look forward to reading your posts!

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  43. The cookies look cute with those lovely characters on. Yeah, most young girls would love them.

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  44. you are so creative!!! these are just too cute!! i can't bear to eat them. only wanna look at them!

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  45. very cute... i wanna make some, too

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