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Moshi Monster Cookie Kit


We were recently asked to review the Moshi Monster Cookie Kit, my boys love any type of biscuit and I'm known to eat one or two custard creams with a cup of tea once in a while, so we thought we'd give them a try. The kit is priced around £5.

Everything you need comes in the tub, inside there is:
  • 2 x Moshling cookie cutters - there are 6 to collect
  • 2 x decorating gel tubes - we had purple and orange in our kit
  • 450g of Cookie mix which is enough to make 24 cookies
  • Free Rox code inside pack to be used om moshimonsters.com
  • Full instructions included

To make the cookie dough all you need to do is add 65ml of cold water, stir it and then knead it into a ball. Once this is done you can roll it out and use the cutters to make the Moshi Monsters. The cutters are easy to use. Once you have cut the cookie out you need to turn the cutter over and press it into the cookie shape so you can see the monster design on the cookie.




Once the cookies had been cooked in the oven for 12 minutes we let them cool down, then came the really fun bit of decorating them. Callum decided that he wanted some funky looking Moshi Monsters and decided to use both lots of the icing on his monsters. Here are his master pieces.




The boys said they were really yummy and had a great time making the cookies. You can buy this kit for around £5, it is great value for money and will keep little Moshi Monster fans busy especially now the weather is turning colder and they can't play outside so much. 

2 comments

  1. Thanks. My daughter had lost the instructions and your guide was just the thing I needed to find out how much water was needed.

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