Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Sticky Cookies

Cookies with sticky pectin on them for kids play
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The cookie that's fun to eat with friends. It comes in a variety of shapes but has the added bonus of fruit pectin on the back so kids can stick them to their skin for more fun.

Cookies are envisioned in the shapes of fangs, mustaches, eye brows or cartoon shapes. They could even have messages on them like the Valentine hearts. The pectin is fruit flavored but clear so as not to stain walls or clothes.

sartep, May 05 2003

She can just wash them out later. http://www.promadvi...ages/model1hair.gif
[Amos Kito, Oct 05 2004]


       Could definitely be messy. Creative, though. Can't decide on a vote.
Eugene, May 05 2003

       Yes! It's a keeper.
thecat, May 06 2003

       If they're like the kids I know, they'll be sticking sticky cookies in each other's hair, setting them sticky-side up on the chair just as I sit down, sticking them to the cat, and causing all manner of mischief. And then they'll eat 'em. So, croissant! +
Amos Kito, May 06 2003

       That sounds really messy. I'd love to chase my dad around with one. He hates sticky things ;)
mandy, May 06 2003

       A pain to get off the cookie tray after baking.
Cedar Park, May 06 2003

       That's what wax paper's for, silly
thumbwax, May 06 2003

       Not after that paper's been on your thumbs! (Now, go wash your hands!)   

       BTW: Wax paper can't be used for cookies. It melts.
Cedar Park, May 06 2003

       So wrong it's right. +
k_sra, May 06 2003

       Can I get it with Custard ? + !
mahatma, May 06 2003

       I guess you never ate flapjacks, huh?   

       However successful the product, you will not survive the angry mob of parents who roust you from your house with flaming torches and pitchforks.
DrCurry, May 06 2003

       The pectin can be applied to the cookie after baking and then be placed in the package cookie side down. Teflon coated plastic or wax paper can then go over them.
sartep, May 06 2003

       Yuk! Sticky stuff!
snarfyguy, May 06 2003

       I'm not sure we really need further incentives to get kids to eat cookies. Any chance you can change it to sticky vegetables?
Worldgineer, May 06 2003

       //sticky vegetables//
Ah, you seek okra!
Amos Kito, May 06 2003


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