Cookie Logo Ideas:
The color palette of gold, brown, and beige produces a logo with luxurious natural undertones, while a classical Cardo typeface adds a traditional element reminiscent of beloved cookie recipes passed down from one generation to the next. The laurel wreaths and stars in the logo suggest excellence.
The Gochi Hand font adds a delightful down-to-earth element to this logo, while the crumbs emphasize the messy aspect of eating cookies. An icon fashioned to look like a broken heart-shaped cookie adds a touch of pathos, hinting at how sad customers will be once they've finished the last crumbs.
This logo has the perfect shape for running down the length of cookie packets, and the crown atop the round cookie icon tells the audience that this brand is royalty compared to others. The rounded edges of the Baloo Bhai 2 font may indicate cookies with a soft, moist center.
A lovingly crafted icon that resembles a cookie with cinnamon glaze and tiny frosted hearts. A dash of yellow adds a playful touch, suggesting treats that bring joy. The icon pairs well with the brush script Pacifico Regular font, creating a logo that hints at freshly-prepared, handmade cookies.
The icon used here, simple in its design, actually communicates a lot. A steaming cup of joe, flanked by stars, with a rolling pin at the base of the circular icon, tell the audience this is a top-notch place to enjoy a good coffee and some rolled cookies. A vintage typeface may attract creatives.
A bold logo well-suited to a cookie chainstore or a bulk supplier of cookies. The icon of a cookie with a ring around it closely resembles a planet, hinting at a place where a wide range of cookies can be purchased. The dense Alpha Slab One typeface makes the name easy to read and recognize.
Lily Script One is a charming choice for this logo. The curly, connected typeface imbues the logo with flirty, feminine undertones, while the orange swirling circle hints at brightly-colored cookies with ample frosting. A fantastic logo for a cookie brand that caters to kids.
This kid-friendly logo comprises an icon made of what might be two cake pops forming an "X", a mark indicating the perfect cake shop has been located. Subtle sparks above the cake pops suggest the magic of the treats sold here. Great for a place that sells cakes, cookies, and more.
A decidedly feminine variation of a previous logo, the electric pink cookie icon is suggestive of fruity, sugary treats with interesting centers and cotton candy frostings. The Clicker Script typeface is elegant yet playful, making it appealing to a young, discerning female target market.
Similar to an earlier logo design, the pink and gold color scheme coupled with the Pacifico Regular font produces a logo made for little princesses! A fantastic option for a cookie company that specializes in little treats for kids' parties, baby showers, and more.
Where can I find a free cookie logo maker?
Zarla is a cookie logo maker that allows you to design a cookie logo at no cost. If you find a logo you really like, you can pay a one-off fee of $19.00 or $49.00 to download it.
How do you make a cookie logo design?
Think about the type of cookie company you want to start. What kind of cookies will you sell? Who will you cater to? Where will your store be based? Will you deliver? Do customized orders? The answers to these questions will help you choose the most suitable icons, fonts, and logo colors.
What are some creative ideas for cookie logos?
Images of actual cookies can work well as icons in your logo, but they can be a bit unimaginative if you don't add an interesting font, pattern, or motif. The small finishing touches you add to your logos can really help distinguish your brand from existing cookie companies.