Snowman Treats Recipe
- 9 pieces candy corn
- 1/2 to 3/4 cup creamy peanut butter
- 34 round butter-flavored crackers
- 12 ounces white candy coating, coarsely chopped
- 34 miniature chocolate chips
- 34 milk chocolate M&M's
- Licorice pieces or assorted colors of decorating gel
- 1. Remove yellow ends from candy corn. Cut each candy in half lengthwise; set aside.
- 2. Spread peanut butter over half of the crackers; top with remaining crackers to make sandwiches.
- 3. In a microwave, melt candy coating; stir until smooth. Dip sandwiches in chocolate; allow excess to drip off. Place on waxed paper.
- 4. Immediately position chocolate chips for eyes and mouths and add a reserved candy corn half for nose. For earmuffs, place an M&M on either side of face, connected with a piece of licorice or a strip of decorating gel. Let stand for 30 minutes or until set. Yield: 17 servings.
1 each: 0 calories, 0g fat (0g saturated fat), 0mg cholesterol, 0mg sodium, 0g carbohydrate (0g sugars, 0g fiber), 0g protein
Reviews for Snowman Treats
"Great cookie to make with children !!!!!"
"I had a cookie exchange to go to and thought these would be cute to bring. I used Ritz brand crackers and they were great! I couldn't find candy corn this time of year so used orange frosting for the nose and red decorator frosting for the top of the ear muffs. A little messy and time consuming but the results are worth the effort. My final recommendation would be to use almond bark instead of chips for the coating. I have used both and the almond bark is much easier to melt and doesn't get "globby" after being over the double boiler for awhile like the white chocolate chips did. Kids love these!"
"These are just too cute! The taste great too. You could make these all during the winter and not just for the holidays."
"My entire family had a blast making these treats. An added plus they taste great. We will be adding this to our cookie list. (We used small pieces of starburst warmed and shaped into cones for the noses. )"
"i made these but i put peanutbutter on one side and marshmellow cream on the other side very good"
"I love these, but I stood the nose straight up. It looked better to me. The white looks like snow on the carrot. Great Idea!"
"my mom has been making these for years, they are really good."
"I used oreo cookies and they look wonderful. Children will love them. Thank you for this easy cooking giving idea."
"I use Oreo's white chocolate dipped cookies and decorate them like snowmant. huge hit. easy for the grandkids to help with the decorating."
"I love this recipe and have tried it before with just milk choc. but now I really like this better! SO GOOD!"
"I agree, it is an odd combo but tastes delicious!!"
"To TrickyTray7 - It might sound like an odd combo, but it's always the first to be eaten on our cookie tray, young and old alike. Give it a try! :)"
"I think white chocolate and oreos sounds like a much more delicious pairing."
"These are sooo cute! I can't wait to make them! It's the right amount of sweet and salty."
"I think white fudge dipped oreo's already exist. You can then just decorate them.Melanie, Swansea IL"
"A great idea for these cookies would be to dip a oreo in white choc. im not a fan of any peanut butter.Karen, NY"
"Re: Snowman TreatsAnother idea is to use store bought shortbread cookies and put peanut butter between two and dip in melted chocolate.Pam, Ohio"
"Another idea is to put peanut butter between two Wheat Thins. Dip in melted chocolate. They taste like Butterfingers. YumConniec16@tampabay.rr.com"
"Coat them in chocolate and they taste like Tag-a-longs. (The pb and choc Girl Scout cookies. I think that's what they're called.)"
"This would work great with oreo'sdont like peanut butter &crackers"