Pokemon Inspired "Poke Ball" Cookies

Pokemon Inspired "Poke Ball" Cookies

Pokemon Inspired Poke Ball Cookies
Pokemon Inspired Poke Ball Cookies
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These delicious Pokemon Inspired "Poke Ball" Cookies will satisfy your craving for sweets while getting you in the mood to hunt Pokemon! Kids and kids at heart will adore this easy sugar cookie recipe, as it gives as an excuse to decorate and eat delicious cookies for no better reason than to celebrate all of our Pokemon-catching efforts. Find your favorite store-bought, sugar cookie dough, a couple tubes of food coloring and a small tub of frosting, and in as little time as it takes to bake the cookies you'll be on your way to eating them. Grab a few of these tasty Poke ball cookies for fuel, and head out on your quest to catch 'em all!

Chilling Time1 hr

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon tube prepared sugar cookie dough, such as Pillsbury
  • 1 tub white frosting
  • food coloring (red and black and red)
  • white chocolate chips to decorate

Instructions

  1. Bake cookies according to package directions and allow to cool completely.

  2. Divide tub of frosting into 3 small bowls as follows: 1/4 tub for black, split remaining into two bowls for white and red.

  3. In the bowl for the black frosting, add black food coloring and mix until the white frosting turns black. Alternately, you can purchase premade black frosting.

  4. For the red, add a generous amount of red food coloring to the white frosting. Mix well.  Adjust color as needed to be as vibrant as you like.

  5. Add frostings to piping bags and snip off the tips. You can use a zip-top bag if you don’t have piping bags.

  6. To begin, make a large black dot in the center of each cookie.  Add a stripe across the middle.  Allow this color to set for about an hour.

  7. Pipe a white ring on around the edge of half the cookie and fill in the space below to the black stripe. Smooth with a toothpick.

  8. Repeat this process with the red frosting on the other side of the cookie.

  9. Finally, press a white chocolate chip into the center of the black dot.

  10. Chill in the fridge for one hour so that frosting can set.  Serve immediately.

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These are really cute. I know a number of our grandchildren are really into Pokemon and they'd get a kick out of helping to make these. I googled the poke balls and was pleased to see the wide variety of designs they have. I can see us spending an afternoon decorating the cookies and munching on them. It's great to have recipes the kids can help with.

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