I love Christmas treats. I love making them, I love eating them and I love sharing them. They are just fun all around! I spied these cuties on Pinterest. If you haven't explored the wonderful world of Pinterest you are missing out and you NEED to go there now.
These are so adorable and so easy. I was intimidated by the looks of them and thought the would be a little bit time consuming but they really weren't at all. Totally worth the time because they are so cute!
I had a little help from my niece Hallie on these and it's a fun activity for kids. She was in charge of the M&M decorating. I love sharing these memories with her. She did look at me half way through our Christmas treat day and inform me, "You know Julie you will have a little munchkin running around next year. How will we do this?" We decided we'd make Daddy take care of the munchkin and still have girls day!
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1 package Nutter Butter Cookies
1 package White Almond Bark
Orange Tic Tacs
Black Decorator Icing
1. Melt almond bark in double boiler. If you don't have a double boiler you can microwave it. I find that melting it in the double boiler always me more time to dip before it hardens again.
2. Dip Nutter Butter Cookies in the almond bark and lay on wax paper. Dip all the cookies. Then put the M&M's on the cookies with the "M" face down. Put one tic tac on the cookie for the nose.
3. Squirt the black decorator icing into a small ziplock and cut a tiny hole in the corner. Place the eyes and mouth on the cookie.
Recipe from: My Pretty Purse