No Bake Referee Cookies

February 2, 2018

Have you ever wanted to bite a referee's head off?  Well now you can!  These delicious, easy-to-make Referee Cookies are perfect for the big game!

 

 

Hey, y'all!   In case you couldn't gather from my previous football post, I'm not happy with referees lately.  I thought it would be fun to create a cookie where I could "bite their head off" but figuratively and literally.  I transformed my most popular no-bake cookie from a totally sweet and adorable "baby" to a "referee" simply be changing out the colors I used and switching up the details.

 


This "recipe" couldn't be any easier!  You simply take a few Nutter Butter cookies and dip them in melted white chocolate, only about halfway.  Once the chocolate sets, use a narrow tipped black gel icing to create vertical stripes on top of the chocolate.  Apply a little dab of white icing to the backside of candy eyes and place them on the refs "face" and voila!  A super simple no-bake cookie recipe that is perfect for pretty much all sports!  
 

 

 

Ingredients:

 

Nutter Butter Cookies

White melting chocolate

White Icing (small tipped)

Black gel icing (small tipped)

Candy eyes

 

Instructions:

 

1.  Melt the white melting chocolate according to the package directions.

 

2.  Dip each of your Nutter Butters into the melted chocolate, about half way up.  Place the cookies on a piece of wax paper, aluminum foil or a cutting board.

 

3.  Once the chocolate sets, use a black gel icing to create vertical stripes on the melted chocolate.

 

4.  Place a dot of white icing on the back of candy eyes and stick them on the Nutter Butter.  You can also use a bit of the melted chocolate to do this ;) 

 

 

The girls and I had so much fun making these cookies!  We made some super silly looking refs!  I can't wait to bite their heads off come game time!   Be sure to pin this recipe for later!  Give me a like on Facebook or follow me on Instagram and Twitter for more fun recipes like this one.  See you next time!

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