Throw a Cookie Party
These cookies are the perfect addition to any kids party. And if there's no kids involved, just think, what is better than snacking on your favorite characters?
Click through to see how to make these Hulk-a-luscious cookies.
Step One: Bake the Cookies
Whip up a batch of your favorite sugar cookie recipe and use a cookie cutter to make character cookies. They make Superhero cookie cutters in the shape of many Avengers heroes. You can also use any oval shaped cookie cutter and instead fill in the details with your decorating. Once your cookies are baked and cooled, you are ready to begin decorating.
Step Two: Make the Icing
You can make your own royal icing (See the next slide for a recipe for royal icing) or use store-bought.
How to Make Your Own Royal Icing
3 egg whites, at room temperature.
4 cups powdered sugar
1/2 tsp cream of tartar
food coloring (optional)
Mix above ingredients with a little warm water until smooth. Add food coloring.
Step Three: Mix Your Paint
Color with food coloring to achieve the various colors you want for decorating. We recommend green, yellow, blue, black, white, and brown. Place each color in a piping bag.
Step Four: Add the Details
Begin by outlining the cookie in your base color. (If you were starting with The Hulk, outline the entire shape in green. Color in your outline with green icing and cover the entire cookie. (You can actually use a paintbrush to “paint” your cookie.) Give the base a few minutes to dry and choose your next color. For The Hulk’s hair, outline his hairline in black and proceed to fill in with black icing. You can continue to draw features in and watch your character come to life.
Step Five: Dig In
After all of your hard work, there's no reason to go easy on eating. Go ahead, dig in.
The highly-anticipated “The Avengers” movie --in theatres May 4 -- is poised to be one of the top movies of the summer season. So what better way to usher in super-cool, super-tough comic book heroes than to make a batch of these equally amazing cookies. Ms. Ricky Eisen, founder and president of Cookie Panache, shares her tips on how to decorate your own superhero cookies.