Easy Snowmen Sandwich Cookies
Adorable snowmen sandwich cookies are a cinch to make and will be a hit at any winter party.
Hi, everyone! I’m busy planning N’s first birthday party. CAN YOU BELIEVE IT? I’m having a seriously hard time believing that a whole year has passed since little man came into my life. I mean, really. HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE.
I’m going to blink and he’s going to be 18.
These cookies are a perfect fit for his first birthday party. They’d be great for any winter party! They would be darling on a plate of Christmas cookies, along with Christmas tree Rice Krispie cookies.
And they are really simple to make. It takes a little patience and a bit of a steady hand, but anyone can do it!
(I lack a bit in the steady hand department which is why I’m a physical therapist and not a surgeon. Well, that and I tried to observe surgery twice and both times I nearly passed out before they even really got started.)
To make these snowmen sandwich cookies, dip an E.L. Fudge Cookie by Keebler’s in white chocolate. Use an orange sprinkle for the carrot nose, and two blue sprinkles sprinkles for the eyes. Add a few mini chocolate chips for buttons. I use a Twizzler’s pull-and-peel to make a scarf around each snowman’s neck. Any kind of string licorice would work.
Aren’t they cute little snowmen? Kids would love to make these, too.
PS: None of these brands are paying me — I buy their products on my own free will to make these cuties. If you can’t find Keeblers’ E.L. Fudge cookies, a plain rectangular oval cookie would work well, too.
- 8 ounces white chocolate
- 8 or 10 E.L. Fudge Sandwich Cookies
- about 30 mini chocolate chips (for buttons)
- orange sprinkles (jimmies) — for nose
- blue or green sprinkles (for eyes)
- Twizzlers pull ‘n peel licorice for scarves
- Melt white chocolate in microwave in 30 second intervals in a shallow bowl until melted. Be careful not to overheat.
- Using two forks, coat the cookies in white chocolate. Place on a parchment paper lined baking sheet and immediately position mini chocolate chips as buttons, the orange sprinkles as a nose, and the green or blue sprinkles as eyes.
- Let cool completely and allow chocolate to harden (you may also put it in the fridge to speed up this process).
- Once cooled, take one strand of the licorice and tie it around the neck as a scarf. Make a knot in the front.
- Nutrition information is very roughly calculated. Each E.L. Fudge sandwich cookie is 85 calories, without white chocolate and decorations.
- This recipe would be very easy to double or triple, depending on how many snowmen you want to make!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 10 Serving Size: 1 cookie
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 100Trans Fat: 0gCholesterol: 7mgFiber: 32g
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Husband’s take: He loves these!
Changes I would make: None are necessary.
Difficulty: Requires a little patience, but easy.
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