For those of you who are basketball fans, you know that March Madness begins today. Yes, the next few weeks will be filled with more NCAA basketball than you can handle. We’re excited about the tournament, knowing that our team is playing. Fingers crossed that they make it out of the first round. I’ve got a little bet going with my husband and the winner gets a 30 min back rub. Sounds amazing to me, unless of course, I lose. Nevertheless, I’m quite pumped and thought these adorable basketball cookies were the perfect way to kick off March Madness.
Good luck to all of the teams! And good luck to everyone who has entered our Plates & Napkins Giveaway. Remember, today is the last day to enter. We’ll announce our TWO winners tomorrow!
Those cookies are adorable! Such a fun idea for all those cookie and basketball fans out there!
super cute – makes me like basketball 😉
Love these! Very cute!
wow! those are amazing!
Probably still won’t watch…but I can always appreciate a cute cookie! 🙂
Cricut Cartridges says
I adore this time of year. The tournament is the best thing going! If only D1 Football would pay attention!
Carrie Sellman says
Was sad to see my team lose yesterday, but it’s nothing a cookie can’t fix. 😉
I LOVE these! Not so much a basketball fan… but I’m a fan of these cookies. They would be fun for a birthday party.
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Courtney - Pizzazzerie.com says
SO CUTE! I’ll root for the aggies for you since vanderbilt is out 🙂
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