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Dominique Ansel Brings Chocolate Chip Cookie Shot Glasses to SXSW

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Well, they do say kids are basically tiny, drunken grown-ups. Exclusive to attendees of the Dominique Ansel Bakery "Cronut at Midnight" event at SXSW Interactive Festival this Sunday night, the cronut creator's latest invention is simple, but crazy smart: a chocolate cookie shaped like a shot glass.

According to Grubstreet, the process involves extra-aerated cookie dough and a cylindrical mold, resulting in perfectly crispy-on-the-outside-gooey-on-the-inside chocolate chip cookies that double as receptacles for ice cold milk. Perfect for keeping your fingers dairy-free, we'd imagine these delectable darlings would also taste great filled with milk stout or even White Russians.

Sleepover, anyone?

You can also learn how to make a DIY gingerbread version here.