The first thing that comes to mind with these teardrop cookie cutters is paisley.  I would love to decorate these with a paisley pattern all over.

Or even some fake pearl-like decorations with a glamours white and pink color scheme sound great.

Although teardrop is a common shape, I can't think of anything specific you would use these for besides to just create a pretty design on top.

I would be interested to know if you are looking for something like this, what are your plans for it?
Cream puffs might seem like a daunting recipe to beginner bakers, but they are actually quite easy if you have used similar techniques before.

They are essentially made from the same ingredients as a roux, just with eggs and sugar added.  You can just use whipped cream for the filling.

My go-to easy cream puffs recipe is:

The recipe is straightforward and the video is very informative as well.

I've even made a mistake such as adding in an extra egg before and they still came out pretty tasty, that's why I call these a "no-fail" recipe.

If you've been wanting to try making cream puffs but been putting it off because they are intimidating, give this recipe a try. 
Along with unicorns, mermaids seem to be a big trend recently.

Although, mermaids have pretty much held a constant place in pop culture for many years now.

This mermaid tail cookie cutter is great because it happens to double as a whale tail!

So whether you are looking to decorate a mythical creature or one of the largest fish in the ocean, this cutter is for you.

These sea creature cookie cutters are absolute enchanting.  Whether it's an under the sea or Little Mermaid party, these would be perfect.

I love sets that come with a lot of variation, not just the same thing but in slightly different ways.

This set definitely achieved that with seven very different sea creatures.

There's so much here that you might not even get around to using them all.

I know this is a popular theme for children's birthday parties and I think it would even be fun to let them try their hand at decorating these!
Fishing happens to be another hobby of mine, so I think these fish shaped cookie cutters really fun.

For some reason when I was looking for these, I thought they would all look like the shape of gold fish crackers.  A simple, cartoonish shape.

I was pleasantly surprised to find these semi-realistic shaped ones.

I think these would be fun to decorate in layers, to try and achieve a more realistic effect.
Claiming anything is the "best ever" is audacious of course, but this recipe is really, really good.

It also happens to be super simple and fast, making them even more attractive.

I had been requested to make sugar cookies and went online to search for a quick recipe using melted butter.

I knew most recipes would call for softened butter to be creamed with sugar, but I needed a recipe for on demand sugar cookies.

Luckily I found this small batch "Easy Sugar Cookie Recipe" Christina on her blog Dessert for Two.


They come together super quick and tasted pretty amazing.  They have definitely become my go to recipe.

I even had success doubling the recipe.

I cook them in the air fryer per her directions and am amazed every single time.  They are slightly crispy on the outside, and delicate yet chewy on the inside.  Perfection.

I would definitely recommend giving this recipe a try the next time you have a craving for sugar cookies.
I think seeing the Eiffel tower is on everyone's bucket list.  But when that isn't possible, why not bake an Eiffel tower cookie?

Of course it pales in comparison to the real deal, but it will probably taste yummy nevertheless.

While these happen to be a popular shape for baked goods, I suspect they would be hard to decorate.

It's some incredible architecture to try to mimic.

I would definitely go the "cutesy" route to save face.