To the tune of “Sister Christian”:
Hipster Christmas cookies you’re too cool
Making other cookies look like tools, ironically.
My friend asked me last week if I could make some Hipster Christmas cookies. There were no real requirements, other than it had to have a moustache. “Yeah, I think I can do, that!” I responded. I thought for a bit, and then suddenly visions of moustached Christmas trees danced in my head. They were dancing to music you probably haven’t heard of, of course.
I got some Christmas tree-shaped cookie cutters, made some sugar-cookie dough and dyed it green, cut the shapes, and baked. For the ‘stache, I used black fondant. I could not find a moustache cookie cutter in any store and didn’t have time to order anything online, so I had to create my own stencil. It worked great, and now hipsters around the world can celebrate Christmas, ironically.
In other news, I was just looking up the definition of “hipster” and turns out the term was coined in the 1940’s and originally refered to “characters who like hot jazz.” So the hipster is really not so new after all.