Chewy Cookie Footballs (Free of Top 8 Allergens)

Chewy Cookie Footballs, free of the top 8 allergens (milk, egg, soy, wheat, peanut, tree nuts, fish and shellfish)

It's almost Super Bowl Sunday, which is a very big food holiday. This recipe will help you create a fun treat for those with food allergy diet restrictions so that everyone can enjoy the game.

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These were created by Meg:

Make Chewy Cookies recipe from KFA's recipes, and pat into a foil lined, greased cookie sheet-type baking pan (with sides). Bake at temperature specified in recipe for 12 minutes and allow to cool completely. Gently slide foil from pan on to a flat surface.

Cut out using a football shaped cutter. If you don't have a football cookie cutter, use a biscuit cutter (or other round item, like a glass) to cut circles of cookie. Try to place the cuts as close together as possible to get the maximum number of cookies. (How many you get will depend on how large your cutter is.) To make football shapes, go back and re-cut, placing SAME cutting instrument about 1/4-1/2" from top of circle. (Adjust as necessary, depending on how big your circle is.

To put seams/lacing on football, place 1/2 cup Decorator Icing in KFA's recipes into a zip-top bag. Snip off (at a 45° angle) 1/8" of the bag's bottom corner (the larger the cut, the thicker the line, so cut carefully). Pipe on two side seams, the seam across, and the laces.



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