Baked an Oreo Cookie on my Glowforge


#1

Made this from a Steve Good pattern. Used 2 pieces of Walnut for the outside cookie & Maple painted white for the frosting.


#2

Sweet!

:slight_smile:


#3

My thoughts exactly! :wink:


#4

Capital idea! (Seriously, people would buy those!) :grinning::+1:


#5

Steve Good is the best :sunglasses::glowforge:


#6

Well crap. Now I want an Oreo.


#7

Huge fan of Steve. His patterns are usually PDFs. Do you use straight pdf or convert to svg first? TIA


#8

I’ve converted a number of his designs to svg with Inkscape. They work great on my glowforge!


#9

Looks kewl ! Does anyone remember when Oreos used to just be black cookies with white cream in between??? (These were at work today)


#10

I haven’t tried any of those, but the red velvet ones are delicious. They have a cream cheese icing in the middle that makes them taste so much better than the standard oreos.


#11

Really? Gonna have to try those. I’ve tried the lemon, they’re pretty tasty.

(I usually knock the filling out though.)


#12

That is so cute! I’m thinking it would be a wonderful wall decoration in an ice cream restaurant, along with similar ones of cones, candy, etc.


#13

Straight PDF


#14

BLASPHEMER ! You can’t improve PERFECTION!:sunglasses:


#15

so cute! how big was it?


#16

5 5/8" in diameter


#17

Yummy!


#18

Beat me to it!

However I was considering a Cherry center.


#19

I still think they need to sell sampler packs. I wanna try all these but I’m not buying my weight in cookies every month to get it. I bet they’d sell like mad.