Super Bowl Cookies
We all know that the Super Bowl and food go hand in hand with
each other. Along with chips and salsa, cookies are an easy
finger food to add to your Super Bowl table spread this year.
You can serve anything from plain
chocolate chip cookies to more elaborately
decorated sugar cookies.
Football cookies Cookies cut and baked in the shape of
footballs are very popular. Just frost the cookies with brown
frosting, and use a tube of white frosting to draw the laces on your
footballs. You can serve these cookies in a football shaped
serving tray for an added festive touch.
If you have some time for decorating sugar
cookies, make football player cookies by cutting teddy bears
from your dough. Cut the ears off the teddy bears and you have
helmet shaped heads for your football player cookies. I like
decorating my football player cookies like the starting lineup for
each team. These are really spectacular if you serve them on a
"playing field" that you make using a small board covered with a
green vinyl tablecloth. Use white tape to make the lines on
You can always decorate any round shaped cookie like a football
helmet. Regular chocolate chip,
peanut butter cookies, and even
gingerbread cookies work well for
Bar cookies are easy to serve at Super Bowl parties, and they are
easy to make. Just spread almost any dough in a pan until it's
1/4 to 1/2 inch thick. Bake approximately 20 minutes.
Cut into squares when they are completely cooled.
Chocolate drop cookie dough works
very nicely for making bar cookies with this method.
If you're squeezed for time, there are several varieties of store
bought cookie dough that you can use to make cookies. Just
buy, cut, and bake. To save even more time, you can just buy
pre-made cookies, but it definitely is not as much fu as making your
Have fun eating your favorite cookies at your Super Bowl party.
I hope your team wins! If they do, have a cookie to celebrate.
If your team happens to lose, you can eat a cookie to help cheer you