Football Cookies

Are you a football fan?! These cookies are SO EASY to make and are sure to be a hit at your Super Bowl Party.

Start with some chocolate roll out cookie dough, I used the same dough as I did for these Valentine’s cookies. Simply cut out the footballs using a round cookie cutter. One circle can make two footballs. You can also make a lot of footballs by going around the outside of your dough with your cutter (I should have taken a picture of that too).

Once the cookies are baked (according to your recipe directions) and cooled. Decorate with royal icing or this fabulous cream cheese icing. I used a small round tip (#2). Also, you will see that I have a few little peaks on my detailing. I was in a hurry to finish these cookies, so I didn’t take as much time as I normally do. You can easily smooth out the peaks by slightly moistening you fingertip with a tiny, tiny bit of water and tapping down each peak.

Are you going to be watching the Super Bowl? What are your favorite game day snacks?

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5 Responses to Football Cookies

  1. cute! i’ll actually be traveling back to Nashville on superbowl sunday after 2 days in DC for work, so i’ll make it home just about an hour before the game. might have just enough time to make a batch of these! =)

  2. These are adorable–you know we love football around my house! =) I’m not partial to either team this year, but game-watching is always a good excuse to make some good food. We tend to make a lot of finger foods, and cookies almost always make this list. These would be perfect!

  3. Très gourmand
    Je te souhaite une bonne soirée, chez moi il fait -5°C avec la bise et petite neige en prime.

  4. These are super cute!!! I am going to make these when the next football season comes!

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