fudo finds: sunshine bakes snowflake mitten christmas cookies

Sunshine Bakes Cookies

A trio of tempting treats, Fudofinds features three amazing cookie creators and their creations to brighten up every imaginable occasion, from this holiday season, to birthdays, Easter, and even just your ordinary day. Here are cookies that are just too good to resist!

First up we feature SunshineBakes, they specializes in handcrafted and decorated specialty sugar cookies. All cookie designs are originals.

SunshineBakes is owned by Beth Kirby who has had an extensive career as a sales manager for a hotel as well as working part time for a catering company, and is a trained pastry chef. But the call of motherhood has brought her path to a successful specialty baking business and most of all, being a champion parent.

SunshineBakes has been concentrating on wedding favors such as Big Heart Minis, Confetti and Monogram cookies. The business since then has branched out by bringing the business to Etsy and it has opened many doors for opportunities and creativity. It features so many other types of cookie designs for every occasion. Etsy is an online marketplace that is dedicated to the art of handcrafted goods. As Beth says, “If you do not see a design you like listed in my shop, please ask and most likely I can make it for you. I have SO many cookies cutters… The ingredients in my cookies are mostly organic and of the highest quality.

Custom orders and designs are encouraged and appreciated. Photo and logo cookies are available; send me your picture/logo and I can put it on a cookie! If you have any questions at all please ask; I am MORE than happy to help you design the perfect cookie for your wedding, party or special event :)” SunshineBakes is insured and licensed in the state of California. Everyone that comes in contact with the baked goods is a certified Food Safety Manager (ServSafe certified).

Sunshine Bakes Gourmet Cookies

Beth’s cookies are as delicious as they look. Most times they’re just too cute to eat, but who can resist such treats with their intricate and detailed designs. You can’t help but savor both the aesthetic beauty and sublime taste in every bite! For the holiday season, dates are currently booked just until the 20th of December but open after that. You can check out all the delectable creations here.

As the saying goes, “that’s how the cookie crumbles” but for every crumb is worth having!

Photo Credit: Sunshine Bakes

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14 comments

  • December 16, 2011 at 4:53 pm //

    oh my…these cookies are adorable. you find the cutest things. I’m sure they taste every bit as good as they look too.

  • December 16, 2011 at 8:09 pm //

    I love the mitten cookies. So cute.

  • December 17, 2011 at 1:09 am //

    Oh wow these look great!

  • December 17, 2011 at 6:40 am //

    ADORABLE! LOVE THESE!

  • December 17, 2011 at 9:13 am //

    Amazing cookies and the detailing is simply gorgeous. I need to learn to ice properly :D

  • December 18, 2011 at 12:36 pm //

    These cookies are all adorable! I am especially loving the mittens though, so unique!

  • August 28, 2012 at 2:03 pm //

    Hi Andy, I checked you in at the YFC golf ouintg yesterday 8/1 that my husband was running. It wasn’t long before the other 2 ladies and I just had to open a package. We tried the triple chip. WOW. Your cookies were (and still are!) the best I have EVER eaten .and I am a home baker! Jack and my family have nearly devoured the two bags we brought home and I can’t wait to find them in a store near us. Congratulations on a terriffic product and a big THANK YOU for bringing them to Mill River for the golf ouintg. Becky .for the whole Crabtree family!

  • August 28, 2012 at 5:02 pm //

    Mmm, brunch rpicee.Eggs Mille FeuilleServes 4You will need: * 2 sprigs of asparagus * 20ml mint sauce * 3 oxo cubes * 2 eggsInstructions: 1. sift the sprigs of asparagus 2. simmer the sprigs of asparagus gently for 20 minutes 3. add the sprigs of asparagus to the saucepan 4. mix the sprigs of asparagus in 5. whisk the eggs 6. sprinkle the eggs over the top 7. saute9 the mint sauce 8. toast the oxo cubes 9. throw it all away