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Snowman Cookies

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Snowman cookies are a fun way to celebrate all winter long. These chocolate-covered Oreo snowman cookies will be the hit of every party or gathering this winter. 

Snowman Cookies

I am always looking for fun ways to get the kids in the kitchen with me and these Snowman cookies are the perfect way to involve them this winter! These are super simple to make and your kids can be as creative as they want to as they make their snowman cookie to enjoy. 

Snowman Cookies

I love these cookies for so many reasons, the biggest one is everyone can express their own creativity as they make their cookies. My kids love making entire snowman cookie families! Pair these with our fun snowman donuts and your kids will be in winter wonderland heaven! 

Snowman Cookies

How to Make Snowman Cookies

  • Break each of the pretzel sticks in half, and stick two of the halves into each marshmallow at an angle to make the arms for the snowmen. Place them on a plate or serving tray.
  • Heat the white candy melts per package instructions. Once melted, and smooth and creamy, open a sandwich bag and drape it over your hand. Fill the bag with the melted candy, and cut the tip with kitchen shears. 
  • Pipe some of the melted candy onto the top of the marshmallow, and immediately place a White Fudge Covered Oreo Bite on top. You will need to hold the oreo for about 30-45 seconds to make sure it sets and hardens a bit before you place it back on the plate/tray. Repeat this process for all of the marshmallows. 
  • Next, pipe some melted candy onto the bottom of the marshmallow, and attach a White Fudge Covered Oreo. Again, you will need to hold it for about 30-45 seconds to set. If it doesn’t feel set, you can add some additional melted candy around the Oreo. 
  • Pipe tiny dots on the face of the Oreo Bite, and attach the black pearl sprinkles to be the mouth and eyes, and a carrot sprinkle to be the nose. Next, pipe three dots down the middle of the marshmallow, and add more black pearl sprinkles for the buttons. 
Snowman Cookies
  • Last, melt the blue candy melts per package instructions. Repeat step 2 with the blue candy melts. Pipe a blue collar around the top of the marshmallow, and then add two lines coming down the marshmallow to create a scarf. Let sit for 1 minute for the candy to harden, and then they are ready to be enjoyed. 
Snowman Cookies
Snowman Cookies

Tips Tricks and FAQs

  • If your melting chocolate seems a little bit thicker than you would like, stir in a little bit of coconut oil to thin it out a bit. 
  • Be as creative as you want with these. I found the perfect set of sprinkles for the black pearls and the nose, but you can use anything you would like. Try using mini chocolate chips for the eyes. You can even use mini chocolate covered candies (you can find these in the baking isle). We always have lots of icing options on hand so the kids can pipe on their snowman faces if they want to go that route. 
Snowman Cookies
  • If you are going to involve the kids you will want to pre dip the cookies in the melting chocolate to prevent unwanted burns. 
  • Get creative with your scarf. You could change the colors for each snowman, or add a few colors to make a striped scarf. You can even use mini licorice for the scarf. 
  • For a fun way to enjoy these, skewer your Oreo, marshmallow, and mini Oreo. 
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Storage

You will want to store your cookies at room temperature in an airtight container for up to 1 week. 

Snowman Cookies

Snowman Cookies

Snowman cookies are a fun way to celebrate all winter long. These chocolate-covered Oreo snowman cookies will be the hit of every party or gathering this winter.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Break each of the pretzel sticks in half, and stick two of the halves into each marshmallow at an angle to make the arms for the snowmen. Place them on a plate or serving tray.
  2. Heat the white candy melts per package instructions. Once melted, and smooth and creamy, open a sandwich bag and drape it over your hand. Fill the bag with the melted candy, and cut the tip with kitchen shears. 
  3. Pipe some of the melted candy onto the top of the marshmallow, and immediately place a White Fudge Covered Oreo Bite on top. You will need to hold the oreo for about 30-45 seconds to make sure it sets and hardens a bit before you place it back on the plate/tray. Repeat this process for all of the marshmallows. 
  4. Next, pipe some melted candy onto the bottom of the marshmallow, and attach a White Fudge Covered Oreo. Again, you will need to hold it for about 30-45 seconds to set. If it doesn’t feel set, you can add some additional melted candy around the Oreo. 
  5. Pipe tiny dots on the face of the Oreo Bite, and attach the black pearl sprinkles to be the mouth and eyes, and a carrot sprinkle to be the nose. Next, pipe three dots down the middle of the marshmallow, and add more black pearl sprinkles for the buttons. 
  6. Last, melt the blue candy melts per package instructions. Repeat step 2 with the blue candy melts. Pipe a blue collar around the top of the marshmallow, and then add two lines coming down the marshmallow to create a scarf. Let sit for 1 minute for the candy to harden, and then they are ready to be enjoyed.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

6

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 618Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 5mgSodium: 503mgCarbohydrates: 135gFiber: 4gSugar: 91gProtein: 6g

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