Think Spring with these super fun Oreo Froggie cookies! These fun cookies can be made to taste like girl scout cookie thin mints… and the kids will adore them.
We first saw these as a Facebook share photo on our page from a member and we quickly figured out how they were made by simply looking at the photo. Well, due to popular demand, we decided to recreate the yummy adorableness ourselves!
How to Make Oreo Frog Cookies
You’ll need oreo cookies, mini pretzels, white chocolate chips, a few drops of green food coloring and a kid to help you. In a chocolate warmer or double boiler, combine chocolate and coconut oil together. Melt them together, stirring often.
Once the chocolate is melted, add a few drops of green food coloring and a dash of peppermint extract, if desired.
Next, dip the pretzels and place them down in the following position:
Dip the oreo cookie and place it on top of the pretzel feet:
The eyes were made using leftover easter egg Wilton candies and edible markers.
Alternatively, you can purchase candy eyeballs too.
Add a few green sprinkles and some small round green candies for “warts” and a piece of red gummy candy for a tongue and you have an instant Adorable (yummy) Froggie!
MYO Oreo Froggie Cookies
1/2 pkg Oreo-type Cookies
1 bag White chocolate chips
1 Tbs Coconut Oil (or solid shortening, such as Crisco)
1/2 tsp Peppermint Extract (optional)
6 drops Green Food Coloring
Green Sugar Crystals
Red candies (such as gummy fish)
- In a double boiler, combine chocolate and coconut oil together. Melt them together, stirring often, until the mixture is smooth.
- Add 6 drops of green food coloring and peppermint extract, if desired.
- In pairs, dip the pretzels and place them down on parchment paper.
- Immediately dip the cookie and place it on top of the pretzel feet.
- Finish decorating the frog by adding candy eyes, a few green sprinkles and some small round green candies for “warts”. Finally, finish it off with a piece of red gummy candy for the tongue.
These take about half an hour to set, but you can “rush it” by placing them in the freezer for about 5 minutes. The use of the coconut oil is to thin the chocolate lightly to make the pieces coat evenly.