Are you ready for some Football? Hi, it's Kim, The Partiologist, back with a simple cookie for your football gathering, the play offs are here! And because I don't want to show favorites, I decided upon a cookie suitable for any team... Yard Line OREO'S.
Basically, dip them in green, add a few white accents and you've got yourself the entire field. Make these now and you can keep them until the super bowl! Whenever I can, I make things ahead of time.
Okay team, let's get started.
Grab a bag of OREO cookies, double stuff would work too!
Green candy melts and lollipop sticks.
Melt the green candy melts (I like to use a mason jar and seal it up when I finished).
Open the Oreo, dip the cookie stick in the candy melt and close the lid, or should I say cookie?
This really seals the deal!
Roll out a piece of white fondant.
Using tappit's, cut all the numbers for the yard lines, one 50, two 40's, two 30's, two 20's and two 10's.
Let the number set until firm.
Next dip all the Oreo's in the green candy melts, completely coating them. Let dry.
Roll and cut white fondant using a No. 2 strip cutter. Do not let the strips dry, or they will break when wrapping them around the Oreo.
Cut each strip to size and wrap around the center of each cookie.
Press the end of the fondant on the back of the cookie to stick.
Add the number of the yard line to each cookie.
Looks like you're ready to play some ball, or maybe just eat a cookie?
I'm happy you're on my team!
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be sure to check out my Football Party Food ideas.
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What do you use for the black stripe on the sticks? Thanks!
Those are black and white striped paper straws. You can find them on amazon (affiliate link) - https://amzn.to/2oSXfn6
These are awesome! Store in air tight container? No need to refrigerate, right? Like the idea of using mason jars, great idea, thanks for sharing!
Thanks. No need to refrigerate, just keep the sealed in an airtight container and they'll stay fresh for several weeks.
Marilyn *Pink Martinis and Pearls*
Very cute. Love love using tappits but there certainly is a trick to it. 🙂
Thank you Marilyn, I think the real trick is to keep practicing! I do let the fondant set a bit before I cut the letters out and sometimes need to dust with cornstarch or powdered sugar.
Too cute! Pinned for later.