Minion Cookies DIY. I'm no cookie decorator, but I can do these! https://fantabulosity.com
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Minion Cookies DIY

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So as you can probably tell from my photo of the DIY Minion cookies below, I’m no professional cookie decorator. That’s for SURE. BUT… according to my 4 and 1 year old toddlers, they are the best thing ever.

I was sitting in my counselors waiting room the other day {Yes, I go to counseling about once a month for a little mental maintenance. Even if I don’t have a stressful thing going on in my life… I still go. Being able to sit and talk with someone about “life,” is so refreshing. Ok back to Minion cookies…}, and I saw this idea on I Heart Naptime.  I thought, “The boys and I, can DEFINITELY do this!” So we did…

Minion Cookies DIY. I'm no cookie decorator, but I can do these! https://fantabulosity.com

Minion Cookies DIY

Minion Cookies DIY. I'm no cookie decorator, but I can do these! https://fantabulosity.com

We started by grabbing all of the goodies.
{To make it easy on you, I gave you the links below so you can buy them all in one place and have it shipped right to your door!}

Ingredients:

• OREO’s

• Yellow Candy Melts

•Black Decorating Gel

•Candy Eye Balls

Minion Cookies DIY. I'm no cookie decorator, but I can do these! https://fantabulosity.com

I put the candy melts in a glass bowl, and microwaved them on the “defrost,” setting to melt them gently. I followed the directions on the candy melts bag. Minion Cookies DIY. I'm no cookie decorator, but I can do these! https://fantabulosity.com

When they were all melted, I stirred them, and it was ready for the Oreo’s!

Minion Cookies DIY. I'm no cookie decorator, but I can do these! https://fantabulosity.com

My boys had a blast throwing the cookies into the yellow sea of chocolate. But the hardest part was keeping them from eating the Oreo’s before putting them in. 😉

Minion Cookies DIY. I'm no cookie decorator, but I can do these! https://fantabulosity.com

Toss the Oreo’s around in the yellow chocolate, until fully covered and place them on wax paper. This part wasn’t too pretty, since the boys were helping… but who cares, right? They had fun with it!

Minion Cookies DIY. I'm no cookie decorator, but I can do these! https://fantabulosity.com  Before the chocolate starts to harden, start applying the candy eyeballs.

Then, when the chocolate hardens a little more, start applying the black gel. Circling around the eyeballs, and creating the “glasses,” and then get creative with the mouths.

Minion Cookies DIY. I'm no cookie decorator, but I can do these! https://fantabulosity.com

When the chocolate hardens completely, you’re ready to enjoy the Minion Cookies!

Delicious and Cute!

My boys are already begging to make them again!

Minion Cookies DIY. I'm no cookie decorator, but I can do these! https://fantabulosity.com

 Have fun, and good luck!!! 

Tomorrow… it just so happens we have another fun Minion treat for your kiddos. And guess what… it’s easy too! Yippee!!!

Until next time…

XO!

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Minion Oreo Cookies

These Minon cookies are super fun to make and kids LOVE THEM. This is the perfect dessert recipe to make with kids and are perfect for kid parties. 
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword dessert for kids, easy dessert recipe, minion dessert
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 22 minutes
Servings 12 Oreos
Calories 118kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 package yellow candy melts
  • 12 Oreos
  • black decorating gel
  • candy eyes

Instructions

  • Place the candy melts in a glass bowl and microwave them on the "defrost" setting to melt them gently.
  • Once melted, stir candy melts until smooth.
  • Coat Oreos in candy melts and place on wax paper to harden.
  • Before yellow candy hardens, place candy eyes on Oreos. Let dry for at least 10 minutes
  • Once the yellow candy is hardened, decorate with black gel.

Nutrition

Serving: 1Oreo | Calories: 118kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Fat: 5g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Sodium: 67mg | Potassium: 25mg | Sugar: 12g | Calcium: 0.3% | Iron: 5.8%

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