Chevron is still a thing, right? If you’ve ever tried to make chevron cookies, you might know the drama of trying to pipe perfect angles. I’m loving this chevron cookie cutter. It rids you of the need for precision. Just cut out the chevron shape, decorate in a solid color (or with sprinkles as I did here, even easier), and arrange. Easy peasy.
I got this chevron cookie cutter from Ann Clark. I’ve been a fan of theirs for ages. I even recommended them in this ancient post on cookie cutters and in my book. Foxes, mason jars, octopus (octopi?), unicorns, mustaches. They have tons of great shapes. I’ve also been a fan of discounts for ages.
And you can get a 10 percent discount at Ann Clark cookie cutters if you use this code: USAcutters15.
How to make chevron cookies.
You will need:
*You can use any color icing or sprinkles you like. Here, I used white icing (tinted with Bright White Americolor Soft Gel Paste) and sprinkles in pink, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. For tips on finding cookie decorating supplies, CLICK HERE.
step one: bake your cookies. Prepare cookie dough according to recipe. Chill, roll out, cut out chevron shapes and bake. Let cool.
step two: prepare your icing. Prepare royal icing according to the recipe. Tint the icing white (or any preferred color). Prepare a decorating bag with coupler and tip. Fill with white icing and close tightly with a rubber band.
step three: decorate your cookies. Pipe an outline on the cookies and let set about 10 minutes. Pipe to fill with white icing and immediately coat in any color sprinkles. Let the cookies dry for several hours or overnight.