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Snowman Oreos


I know we've had a lot of snow recently and it has just started to melt. There are others who've had it a lot worse than we have, and it seems like this winter is going to be a very bad one. Old Man Winter is here and I guess he is here to stay whether we want him to or not. One of the things I like to do when the snow is all nice and white, you know that freshly fallen snow, is to make snow angels, and if there's enough, to make a snowman. Since we didn't have enough snow we decided to use, and I call these America's Favorite Cookie, Oreos instead. If there's one cookie that is almost always in the house, it's Oreo's. Remember this post? Who want's an Oreo? Yes they are super awesome and make great snacks with a nice warm cup of milk. So check out our Snowman Oreos and make yourself a batch today.


Here is what you'll need:

Ingredients

1 Package Oreo Cookies

1⁄2 lb. Almond Bark or Candy coating

1⁄4 cup Regular Chocolate Chips

1⁄4 cup Mini Chocolate Chips

1⁄4 cup Candy Corn



Directions

Melt the Almond bark in the microwave in a small bowl. I usually do 60, 30 and then 15 second increments stirring between each until smooth.


Place an Oreo in the melted Almond bark. Flip it using a large fork. Ensure the cookie is completely coated. Keeping the fork tines level, gently tap the handle of the fork on the rim of the bowl. Use a straight up and down motion so the cookie doesn’t slide off of the fork. This will give a nice smooth coating on top of the cookie. Place the cookie on a piece of wax or parchment paper.


To build the face start with the nose. Place a Candy corn right in the middle of the cookie.


Next, two regular Chocolate Chips, pointy end down, for the eyes just above the Candy corn.


Now, place 6 Mini Chocolate Chips beneath the Candy corn to make a smile.

Let cool and set at least 20 minutes.

Store in an airtight container.



It's a new twist on an Oreo cookie and you'll enjoy eating them. I can guarantee it.


Annmarie John
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  1. Ok these are adorable and so going to get made here as the girls would love these, especially that they remind me of Olaf ;)

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  2. Those are SO cute. Anything made with Oreos is a hit in my house!

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  3. Aren't those adorable!! I love it! What a fun treat for a school party!

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  4. Oh man these look too good to eat. I love how they're done but I would probably tell my niece and nephew not to touch lol

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  5. Those are just too cute! They look like something you could make with the kids too.

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  6. Oh my word! These are so adorable! I will have to make these on a snowy day.

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  7. Totally cute. I've been wondering about those Pumpkin Spice flavored candy corn. I don't think I'd turn them down!

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  8. Absolutely adorable! We're totally making these for the holidays.

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  9. Great idea. My girls would love making these with me. Of coarse they would be saying they are making a lot of little Olafs. :-)

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  10. Could they be any cuter if they tried? I think not!

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  11. That is so cute. They would make a great desert for our family Christmas party we have every year, and they look pretty simple to make as well. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. These are so so cute. I want some of these so badly.

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  13. I don't know if my comment went to moderation, I hit publish and it was gone. Nweis, love your recipe completely, we are oreo lovers ourselves.

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  14. Those are so cute! And I bet they'd taste delicious with a big mug of hot chocolate!

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  15. Those are so cute! I love making things like this with my daughter!

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  16. how neat...looks like super easy to make...I love it!

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  17. Adorable and super easy! We will be making these soon!

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  18. Not only do these look like a lot of fun to make, but they look like they are just as fun to eat. My nephew would go wild over these.

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  19. I'm so far behind on checking my friend's BlogLovin' feeds and I'm kind of glad I just saw this. We were 'gifted' some candy corn (which I detest), so I believe this is the best use for it! Love, love, love it!

    Oh and thank you for linking up with us at the Thank Goodness It's Thursday party - pinned! :)

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