Thursday, August 29, 2013

Gameday Fudgy Cookies

You may (or may not) have seen the Mickey Cookies that I posted 2 years ago (wow... 2 years ago! yikes!). Well I used the family's "Andy's Button Cookie" recipe; Andy is my brother, and apparently since he's the oldest, he's the first to decide that these were his favorite cookie... therefore, they were named after him.

Well, for the months of September through December (or February if you follow professional ball), I'd like to dub these cookies, Gameday Fudgy Cookies because you can make them for ANY team color! Especially for Clemson!!

Gameday Fudgy Cookies
12 oz. pkg semisweet chocolate chips
4 T. butter or margarine
14 oz. can Eagle Brand
1 c. all-purpose flour
1 c. chopped pecans
1 t. vanilla

GREASE COOKIE SHEETS. Melt chocolate and butter in microwave. Add Eagle Brand, flour, pecans and vanilla. Stir well. 

Here is where it may get confusing for some. I mean, it's not THAT confusing... but pictures always help, right?
Drop by rounded teaspoon balls. 

Here is where you customize it to your team! Clearly it works with ANY colors!

I chose orange and purple and mixed them in a bowl.

Flatten slightly with glass. 

1. First dip your glass in the cookie dough to make it sticky on the bottom
2. dip glass into the sprinkles

... see, the sprinkles are stuck to your glass

Flatten cookie  slightly

Sprinkles transfer to your cookie and Voila

Bake at 325 deg. for 8 to 10 min. They should be chewy like fudge.

** you will know they are done when you check the bottom and it is shiny; mine took 9 min **


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