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In Crazy Cookie Builds, best friends and baking experts who can make just about anything imaginable out of cookie dough work together at the Baking Hive in Salt Lake City, Utah, where they dream up crazy cookie builds and decadent 'tasting treats' to go along with them for a variety of clients.
Just in time for the holidays, a local zoo asks expert bakers Brenda Nibley and Elisa Barber to create a cookie build that celebrates the arrival of new polar bears. They come up with a whimsical coconut shortbread cookie display surrounded by delicious Mexican wedding cookie "snowballs" for the occasion. Next, they make a detailed citrus gingerbread dollhouse with a vanilla cake "lawn" for a holiday party.
Brenda Nibley and Elisa Barber race toward the holidays after a car-racing team asks them to build a Santa's sleigh racecar made out of chocolate peppermint shortbread surrounded by edible gift boxes. Then the tables are turned as a dad rewards Mr. and Mrs. Claus for speaking to his speech-delayed son in sign language with an edible Christmas tree and cookies from around the world.
A local figure skating team asks Brenda Nibley and Alisha Nuttall to make a giant edible skating rink with fondant figurines for a surprise party for their beloved coach, and the cake artists have to figure out how to make the skaters move on the ice. Later, a nonprofit organization requests a unique way to get kids excited about seasonal fruits and veggies for an upcoming cooking class. Brenda and Alisha create an incredible life-size Thanksgiving turkey and cornucopia with winter produce -- all made from rice cereal.
For their Christmas party, a philanthropic company hires Brenda Nibley and Alisha Nuttall to make a 5-foot-long replica of their local Main Street decked out as a winter wonderland. The bakers and their cookie team work tirelessly to create 14 gingerbread buildings in 1900s Americana style. Then, a touring reptile company wants their company mascot, a 7-foot-long Asian water monitor lizard, in cookie form for their holiday party.
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