Nutter Butter Carrot Cookies
Alert! Alert! Easter is next week! If you are like us, then you are totally not ready. In fact, when Dustin asked me the other day what I wanted to do for Easter dinner my reply was ‘I don’t know. We will figure it out.’ To which he said, ‘You do know Easter is next week right?’
Luckily, these Nutter Butter Carrot cookies are suuuuuuper simple to make. And they are adorable.
Adorable is always important.
To make Nutter Butter Carrot Cookies you will need:
- Nutter Butters
- Vanilla Icing
- Orange Candy Melts
- Sour Punch candies – the green ones!
- Parchment paper
- A bowl
Instructions to make Nutter Butter Carrot Cookies:
Place a piece of parchment paper on a cookie sheet.
Cut a Sour Patch Straw in half and then half again. Trim to the desired length.
Carefully open a Nutter Butter cookie.
Spoon a small amount of frosting on the cookie and press your green topper in.
Put a thin layer of frosting on top and put the top of the cookie back on.
Melt the orange candy melts according to the package instructions.
Coat the Nutter Butters in orange candy melts.
Place on the cookies on the parchment paper and put the cookie sheet in the freezer until it sets (just a few minutes!)
See? Super simple and super cute. And as one of the boys stated, ‘finally a vegetable I like.’ So it must be good right? :) You can package these Carrot Nutter Butter Cookies in treat bags and put in Easter baskets or pass out at church.
Looking for more Easter ideas?
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