Charlie Brown Cookies {Easy Chevron Print}

For those of you that think chevron is a new trend…think again.  The always lovable Charlie Brown has been rocking chevron print for over sixty years now.

Chevron Cookie

I’ve made many chevron cookies and it always involves either a kopykake or a template like THIS.  Then a few weeks ago I received these nifty little chevron cutters from Cheap Cookie Cutters and instantly fell in love.

Chevron Cookie Cutter

You can make full chevron cookies of course, {Lizy B has a great tutorial HERE} or you can use them to cookiefy Chuck’s iconic threads.  It’s as simple as using the cutter to lightly mark the dough.

Chevron Cookie 2

A light impression is all you need for the marks to be visible after baking.

Chevron Cookie 3

Once the cookies are cool, simply outline and flood.  They work great as a stand alone design {especially if you’re a beginner} but you also can mix them with the rest of the Peanuts crew.

Charlie Brown Shirt Cookie

For a little more info on how I made Charlie Brown and friends, check out this post on using a Kopykake projector.

Charlie Brown Cookie Platter

If you like these cookies be sure to check out these sweet links!

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    Raquel P. says:

    I was just thinking about the Peanuts gang last night!! How funny! My friend ADORES Snoopy and Woodstock , and I was wondering a way to get them in cookie form since I’m a beginner to cookie-decorating, there are no specific cutters for Snoopy and Woodstock, and I don’t have a fancy Kopycake,

    Thanks for this post and for all that you do. You are a very talented person, and I am in awe of your work!

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      Sweet Sugar Belle says:

      Try Cheap Cookie Cutters or Ebay, they should have a lot. Pre-Kopykake, I made a lot of stencils.

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    Lisa says:

    These are so cute! Just as I clicked on your email to check out the post it came on the news that the guy who voices Charlie Brown is headed to rehab. Sad, but I love the cookies.

  3. 13
    Heather says:

    Oh my goodness! I love Charlie Brown. Thank you for this post. They’re so awesome!

  4. 14

    By golly, I love (and have) this chevron cutter too! You make these cookies look so real, they should start talking at anytime!!

  5. 15

    Too adorable Calye! And absolutely love the chevron cutters!!

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    Cindi says:

    Hi. I love your peanuts cookies. Can you tell me if you flooded the base and then put the character on top of the flooded base let that dry and then piped a black outline? Or, did you out line the character on the cookie and then flood around it? I am making some for a friend and can’t get the process. Thank you. I appreciate your time.


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