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If you have a Hulk fan in your house…
these Hulk Cookies are going to be perfect!
These Hulk Sugar Cookies are cute and easy to make (well- the decorating might not be too easy, but the sugar cookie part certainly is.) Our kids love to take part in play Cake Wars. and decorating them. Sometimes we even play Cake Wars.
You might want to start out with some tools to make the decorating a little bit easier. I’ll include them below with affiliates links to find them easily on Amazon:
Tools you’ll need:
Black Edible Marker
Green Leaf Food Coloring
When Decorating, it’s best to start with your circle:
Next, fill that circle in:
Then add your dots:
Add your black dots next. (It’s easier to do it this way than to try to alternate each time)
Next get started on the face portion, using your marker & icing. When you’re done, it will be wet, so give it about 2 hours to dry.
Hulk Sugar Cookie Ingredients
Makes 24 cookies
1 C unsalted sweet cream butter softened1 1/2 C powder sugar1 egg2 tsp vanilla2 1/2 C flour1 tsp baking soda1 tsp cream of tartar1 3 inch circle cookie cutter1 cookie sheet fitted with parchment paper
ROYAL ICING INGREDIENTS:
3 egg whites1/2 tsp cream of tartar1 tsp vanilla2 1/2 C powder sugarblack gel and leaf green food coloring3 disposable piping bags2 squeeze bottle1 edible black marker
Preheat oven to 350 degreesIn a standing mixer: combine butter, powder sugar, egg and vanilla and mix on medium speed until combined and fluffyIn a large bowl: combine the flour, baking soda, and cream of tartar.Gradually add in the flour to the wet mixture and mix on low speed until combinedOnce all the flour has been combined with the wet ingredients, sprinkle some flour onto a cutting board and knead with your hands till everything is combinedSprinkle flour onto the cutting board and roll out the dough to 2 inches thickUse the cookie cutters and cut your shapes (circles)Bake in the oven for 7-9 minutes or until slightly golden brownPlace onto a wire rack to cool
Royal Icing Directions:
Using the standing mixer, combine the egg whites, cream of tartar, powder sugar and vanilla and mix on medium speed until stiff peaks formSplit the icing into three bowlsIn one bowl, add a few drops of the leaf green food coloring and mix until combined.Scoop some icing into a piping bag and set asideAdd about 2-3 tbsp of cold water to the bowl and mix until combined. This will thin out the icing so that it will be easier to flat ice the cookies.Pour thinned icing into a squeeze bottle and set asideIn another bowl, add a few drops of black food coloring and mix until combined. Add a few more drops of food coloring to get the shade of black that you wantScoop some icing into a piping bag and set asideAdd about 2-3 tbsp of cold water into the remaining black icing and mix until combinedPour into a squeeze bottle and set asideScoop some white icing into a piping bag and set aside
Using the black marker, draw a small circle onto the cookie about 1 centimeter from the edge of the cookie. This is where you will be filling in with your green icing.Using the green piping bag, pipe a line around the smaller circle.Fill in with the thinned icingUsing the green piping bag, pipe dots around the edge of the green circle.Let dry for an hourUsing the black piping bag, pipe dots in between the green dots.Using the black icing, pipe an outline for Hulks face onto the center of the green circleFill in the part for his hair.Using the white piping bag, pipe on dots for the eyes and fill in the small part of the mouth.Using the black piping bag, pipe on smaller dots for the pupils.Let cookies dry for about 2 hours before enjoying!
IF you are still hungry – check out our favorite Chocolate Peppermint Cookies: