Penguin and Polar Bear Nutter Butter Cookies

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Nutter Butter Winter Treats

Penguin and Polar Bear Nutter Butter Cookies are a fun way to celebrate the colder weather. Make a batch for your Thanksgiving table or an upcoming holiday party!

One of my favorite way to add some fun to a table is with cute holiday food. And it doesn’t have to be complicated! I love taking plain ol’ Nutter Butter cookies and adding candy melts and accessories to turn them into something fun.

I love that you can make these with little mess in the kitchen and they take just a bit of time.

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Penguin Nutter Butter Cookies

Penguin Nutter Butter Cookies

 

Here’s what you need to make Penguin Nutter Butter Cookies:

  1. Nutter Butter cookies
  2. Black Candy Melts
  3. White Candy Melts
  4. Wax Paper
  5. Mini Chocolate candies (orange)
  6. Milk Chocolate candies (orange)
  7. Candy Eyes
  8. Candy Piping Bag

Start by melting the black candy melts according to package directions. Dip each Nutter Butter cookie into the black candy melts, making sure to coat it completely on both sides. Tap to remove excess candy and place on a sheet of wax paper to harden.

Add candy eyes and mini candies for beaks while the candy is still wet. Press two of the milk chocolate candies onto the bottom of the cookie for feet. Allow to harden completely.

Add a few pieces of white candy melts to your candy piping bag and heat according to package instructions. Snip off the end with scissors and pipe a white circle onto the belly of each penguin cookie.

Once they are hardened, they’re ready to serve!

Polar Bear Nutter Butter Cookies

Polar Bear Nutter Butter Cookies

 

Here’s what you need to make Polar Bear Nutter Butter Cookies:

  1. Nutter Butter Cookies
  2. White Candy Melts
  3. Black Candy Melts
  4. Wax Paper
  5. Mini marshmallows
  6. Candy Eyes
  7. Candy Piping Bag

Heat the white candy melts according to package directions. Add two marshmallows to the tops of each cookie for ears by dipping one side in the candy melts and then pressing onto the cookie. Allow to harden.

Dip each Nutter Butter cookie into the white candy melts, making sure to coat it completely on both sides. Tap to remove excess candy and place on a sheet of wax paper to harden.

Add the candy eyes while the candy is still wet.

Add a few pieces of black candy melts to the candy piping bag and heat according to package directions. Snip off the end and pipe a nose and mouth onto the cookies and allow to set.

Serve when ready!

Nutter Butter Cookies Winter Treats Penguin Nutter Butter Cookies Polar Bear Nutter Butter Cookies

What are your favorite winter treats to serve?

Comments

  1. Maison S. says:

    These are adorable! I plan on making these for a Christmas party, but have to ask-how do the candy melts taste? Do the black melts stain the teeth? Thanks for the tutorial :) !

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