Chevron pattern seems to be still very popular. I had my eye on it for a while but didn't have time to actually play with it. During the Summer I'm so preoccupied with garden, canning and things around the house that I hardly make any cookies. Hopefully with cooler season on the horizon this will change. Because I miss cookies. I really do.
Chevron pattern on cookies is really easy to make.
Print a chevron pattern.
Then trace the line onto a stencil blank and cut it out.
Use food coloring pen to draw the guide using the template and then pipe and flood. It is that easy.
I didn't make a tutorial on how to make the chevron pattern on cookies.It's been done many times and if you are looking for a tutorial you can visit Sweet Sugarbelle, Callye posted a nice chevron cookies tutorial while back.
To make my cookies a bit more Halloween-ish I added a black cat silhouette. You can either make royal icing transfers and use dry(royal icing transfer) on wet technique(freshly flooded cookie) or simply make a stencil and draw an outline of the cat directly onto the cookie, using a food coloring pen. Follow with piping the outline with black icing and flooding the area with black icing.
More Chevron Cookies
Chevron Valentine's Day Cookies by The Baked Equation
Colorful Painted Pumpkin Cookies by Glorious Treats
Aztec Chevron Cookies by Happy Loris Baking
Chevron Cookie by Sugarbelle
Apple Chevron Cookies by Whip It Good Cookies
Chevron Pumpkins(wet toothpick technique)- LizzyB Bakes