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These Santa Belly Oreos are adorable! Easy to make and great for a last-minute item to make for Christmas too! If you are in a bind and need to hurry then this is a great idea. Not only is it great when in a bind, but they are adorable. They will be the talk of the party.
My grand baby loves these and kept saying “banta, banta.” when they were done. She is the sweetest. Her eyes lit up like no other. I told her that we would make some for Santa too on Christmas Eve. She was all excited about that.
I, myself, was excited to make these Santa Belly Oreos for the family. They are too cute. It is always a fun time in the kitchen with the littles. Seeing them so happy and helping makes me overjoyed.
These are going to be a great hit this Christmas!
The Recipe Card is below for you:
- 1 package of double stuffed oreos
- 2 Bags of red candy melts
- 4 tsp coconut oil
- 3 egg whites
- 1/2 tsp cream of tarter
- 4 C powder sugar
- red, ivory, black, and golden yellow food coloring
- 5 disposable piping bags, fitted with a number 2 tip
- 1 cookie sheet fitted with parchment paper
- Using a double boiler, melt the candy melts until smooth
- Mix in the coconut oil to thin out the candy melts
- Using a fork, dip in the oreos until fully coated
- Place oreos onto a cookie sheet and let dry for an hour
- While oreos are drying, using a standing mixer, combine egg whites, cream of tarter, and powder sugar and mix on medium speed until stiff peaks form about 7 minutes
- Split the icing into 5 bowls
- Leaving one of the bowls white, add in a color to the remaining 3 bowls
- Scoop frosting into each bags
- Once oreos are dry, using the ivory icing pipe santa's belly and fill in
- Using the red icing, pipe a line around the edge of the oreo and around the belly of the oreo and fill in
- Using the black icing, pipe on a thick line above santa's belly from the belt of santa's suit
- Using the yellow icing, pipe on a yellow square in the center of the black line
- Using the ivory icing, add a dot in the middle of the belly for the belly button
- Using the white icing, add white dots above santa's belly for the fur on his suit
- Let stand for another hour for the icing to dry before enjoying.
I hope that you will make these Santa Belly Oreos and take them to your family gathering this year. The family will think they are the cutest ever and of course delicious too!
Santa Belly Oreos
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