Game Day Crafts: Gridiron Cookies

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The Technique 

Gridiron Cookies 

Game day festivities deserve a lovely elevated look when a carefully selected collection of team taunting recipes are on the menu. Handcrafting several numbers & yard lines from cookie dough then finishing them in a bright white chalk colored glaze is guaranteed to add loads of undeniable charm. Prepare them up to two days in advance & organize the yard lines & numbers down the center of the main table to resemble a football field. Tuck in a little bunting for extra spirit to complete the look. Learn how to make this adorable idea for your next football party gathering with friends.

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How To Craft Gridiron Cookies

Pantry staples plus a few essential pieces of equipment are all that is needed to make this fun idea. Reserve a spot on your starting line up for a stand mixer, a rubber spatula, a pastry pin, cookie cutters & a few half sheet pans. When baking cookies, make note that full sheet pans will bake slightly longer than those that are only partially filled. If you will be using cookie sheets or other pans in lieu of the half sheet pans, just know the bake time may vary slightly according to the thickness. Particularly when trying a new recipe for the first time, check the progress halfway through the bake time called for in the recipe. Rotate pans to ensure even browning, if necessary. Lastly, check the low end of the bake time range as oven performance varies from model to model.

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Prepare Classic Sugar Cookie dough as directed.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Roll the dough discs to a 1/8-inch thickness on a lightly floured surface.
Cut 2 1/2-inch numbers from the dough to create a football field design.
Place 1/2-inch apart on parchment paper-lined half sheet pans.
Re-roll the dough scraps as needed.

Cut 5-inch squares from the dough.
Portion into 1/2-inch pieces to create yard lines.
Place onto parchment paper-lined half sheet pans.
Use a bench scraper to straighten the strips, if necessary.
Bake, in batches, 14 to 16 minutes or until the edges are golden.
Cool completely.

Tint Buttermilk-Vanilla Glaze with bright white food coloring & dip the cookies.
Place on wax paper to dry, about two hours.
Trim the cookies using a paring knife to tidy the edges.

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