These Oscar Gown Cookies Are Too Pretty to Eat

The International Culinary Center even got Angelina Jolie's leg right.

These Oscar Gown Cookies Are Too Pretty to Eat
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Most of the time a cookie is a cookie, which means you'd want to eat it — but that's not true of these fantastically fashionable confections made by the International Culinary Center. The cookies, made to look like iconic Oscar dresses from over the last few years, are just too pretty to eat. (Plus, they took 64 hours to create, and eating that much hard work just feels wrong.)

The goodies were made by chef Jansen Chan, the director of pastry operations at the ICC, and they include incredibly intricate details — right down to the hairstyle and jewelry that each star actually wore down the red carpet.

Check out the side-by-sides (especially the likeness of Angelina Jolie's right leg!) then watch the treats strut down a cookie runway in the ICC video below.

Reese Witherspoon - 2012

These Oscar Gown Cookies Are Too Pretty to Eat
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Halle Berry - 2002

These Oscar Gown Cookies Are Too Pretty to Eat
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Lupita Nyong'o - 2014

These Oscar Gown Cookies Are Too Pretty to Eat
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Michelle Williams - 2006

These Oscar Gown Cookies Are Too Pretty to Eat
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Angelina Jolie - 2012

These Oscar Gown Cookies Are Too Pretty to Eat
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And see the dresses on the cookie runway right here:



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