Kelowna company makes creepy, freaky, awesome Halloween cookies
Zombie hand cookies, freaky eyeball cake-pops and voodoo doll cookies are only a few creepy creations a Kelowna-based baker and designer is bringing to the Halloween season.
Kasey Sorsby bakes and designs cookies year-round for all seasons and themes, but she said Halloween has always been her favourite time of year.
“I’ve loved everything spooky since I was a kid,” she said. “I love monsters and listen to creepy podcasts and ghost stories while I'm designing and decorating."
Sorsby said she works a regular job during the day, but the creative fun begins when she puts on her apron and heads to the kitchen in the evening.
“I moonlight as a cookie designer,” Sorsby said. “When everyone is asleep, I am up baking and decorating. I have three or four hundred cookies ready to decorate right now."
Sorsby said she and her husband make their own cookie cutters using a 3D printer and it takes about five hours to print one out. They recently printed out a voodoo doll cutter.
“The voodoo doll cookies come in two sizes,” she said. “Some are six inches tall, which is a big cookie, and the smaller ones come in a box set with a boy, a girl and a voodoo heart. I would love to make voodoo cookies for Valentine’s Day to put a funny, spooky twist on it.”
Sorsby sells her cookies out of her home-based business called Rainbow Hill Creative and has a background in interior design. She is currently working on making Squid Game cookie cutters.
“I am at the East Kelowna Market once or twice per month depending on how fast I can bake and if the season is fun,” she said.
To order cookies you can find Rainbow Hill Creative on Facebook.
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