Ninja Bread Men for #SundaySupper

Let’s face it – Gingerbread Men look kind of sissy. But Ninja Bread Men? Completely different story.

Ninja Bread Men

I found these cookie cutters last summer at one of my favorite kitchen stores. (By the way, if you are ever in the Bar Harbor, Maine area, you must visit Rooster Brother, the store for cooks, in Ellsworth.) Last Christmas, my nephews and I made our first Ninja Bread Men using the Real Simple recipe for Old-Fashioned Gingerbread Men.

Ninja Bread Men cookie cutters

When I found out the #SundaySupper gang was doing a cookie exchange, I knew immediately I wanted to bring the Ninja Bread Men. I asked my nephews if they wanted to help decorate again this year, fully expecting they’d be way too cool for such things. Surprisingly, they gave an enthusiastic “yes.” Nobody is too cool for these cookies.

Decorate some Ninja Bread Men with your favorite kitchen helpers, but keep a few unfrosted for yourself. The gingerbread itself is addictive.

Niece eating Ninja Bread Men

Cookie eater

Nephew decorating Ninja Bread Men

Cookie decorator #1

Nephew decorating Ninja Bread Men

Cookie decorator #2


The #SundaySupper gang will be sharing favorite cookie recipes all afternoon on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram on Sunday, December 9, 2012. We will also have a live chat at 7 p.m. EST on Twitter and will be using the hashtag #SundaySupper. We look forward to answering questions, giving tips and inspiring you to spend more time Around the Family Table with those you love! Thanks to Isabel of Family Foodie for hosting this event.

As a special bonus this week, Janet Keeler, Food and Travel Editor for the Tampa Bay Times and author of Cookielicious, will be joining our chat. Ask her a baking question and you’ll be eligible to win a copy of her book. We’ll be giving away a total of 5 books during the chat.

The Sunday Supper Favorite Cookie Exchange Cookies

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