How to Make Penguin Cookies with Nutter Butters

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If you are a fan of peanut butter, cookies, and penguins then you are going to love today’s tutorial showing how to decorate Nutter Butter cookies to look like cute black and white penguins in two easy steps.


Originally I had planned on melting candy melts, but my kids were in the kitchen with me brainstorming how to make nutter butter penguin cookies and I didn’t want to make them by myself because I love their company. So I came up with a better and more kid friendly idea so they could get crafty with their food too. Since our trip to Walmart to get our supplies they had been begging me to open the Nutter Butters so there was no way of sending them away!

We found the Nutter Butters on the cookie isle.

 

They would be fun to make for a Holiday or Christmas party, give to the neighbors, after reading a penguin book, or to have fun in the kitchen with the kids when you feel like enjoying a little monochromatic treat.

Nutter Butter Penguin Cookies

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Supplies:
Nutter Butters (Use this coupon: Nutter Butter Coupon from Walmart)
Peanut butter, chocolate spread, or frosting
Black food coloring
Orange gummy candy (we used orange taffy)
White candy melts
Candy Eyes
Scissors
Small spatula
Knife (for adults)
Small bowl

Directions:
1.  To prepare, spoon some peanut butter or chocolate spread into your bowl and mix in some black food coloring. Use knife to carefully cut some candy melts in half for the wings. We used white candy melts for them to stand out more, but you could always use black candy melts to look more like a penguin. Some of them cracked when I cut them, I found the best way was to gently saw back and forth until I was completely through the melt. Don’t cut all of them because you need some for the tummy. Cut the orange candy into small triangles for a beak.

2.

Each penguin needs a Nutter Butter, 2 candy eyes, orange beak, 1 candy melt cut in half, one whole candy melt, and peanut butter spread. Give to child and have them spread the peanut butter on the Nutter Butter. Have them decorate their penguin by adding eyes, beak, wings, and tummy and their done. The next part is the best part–to enjoy your tasty treat!

 

Since I know you are a fan of Nutter Butter cookies, you will definitely want to check out all the other cute ideas here: Nutter Butter Recipes for the Holidays
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Thanks for enjoying a treat with us today. If you enjoyed this idea please pin & share it with others so they can enjoy it too! Love, Katie & the Kiddos

One comment

  1. Wow! That look amazing! I love this idea! Thank you for sharing it with us #pintorials Do join us again tomorrow!

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