In honor of The Chicago CUBS Winning The 2016 World Series
This week is a big week and one of the biggest parts of history in Chicago! The Cubs end the curse by winning the 2016 World Series. The winning of the first Fall Classic in 108 years, defeating the Cleveland Indians in 10 innings: 8-7 in Game 7 at Progressive Field in Cleveland.
Chicagoans honored the champion Cubs with a parade on Nov 4, 2016. I have never seen so many Cubbies fans in my life! I am so lucky to be here and to witness a part of this big history. I am honored to make this post an extra special one here on my blog this Sunday with this: The Chicago Cubs' World Series Championship Cookies Collection. These are for the CUBS and all the CUBS fans out there! Go Cubs!
This butter cookie recipe satisfies your sweet tooth with the addition of this easy Royal Icing made with Meringue Powder. These adorable decorated cookies are buttery with a fine texture and with a little crunchy from the royal icing when you take each bite. This is perfect to make and share with your friends or someone you care about. You may also choose to decorate as desired.
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