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Instagram Cookies From 'Baking For Good' Get A Bit Meta

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Calling all Instagram fiends! We've found the perfect dessert for you technophile shutterbugs -- cookies imprinted with edible versions of your favorite snapshots.

Emily Dubner, owner of New York-based online bakery Baking for Good, sprays the images onto fondant-topped sugar cookies with soy ink.

The Washington Post recently spoke with Dubner, who explained how the idea came about:

"We had already been doing cookies with logos on them, so I combined the two ideas and started making cookies with images from my Instagram account.”

The sugar cookie dough is chock full of cinnamon, giving them graham-like features; Dubner calls them "Instagrahams." A box of a dozen cookies features one to six images, and 15 percent of the net proceeds from each purchase goes to a cause of the customer's choice.

We have a feeling that whoever is so moved to put their Instagram pictures on cookies is the type of person who will, in turn, Instagram their Instagram cookies -- pictures that they can put on more cookies. So meta!

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