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Winter Delight: Easy Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Melted Snowman Cookies



Melted Snowman Cookies


Are you ready to indulge in a winter delight that will melt your heart? Look no further than our easy step-by-step guide to creating adorable melted snowman cookies! Whether you're a baking enthusiast or just looking for a fun activity to do with the kids, these delightful treats are guaranteed to bring warmth and joy to even the chilliest of days. So grab your apron, put on some festive music, and let's dive into this whimsical world of cookie creation!


Introduction to the Winter Delight: Melted Snowman Cookies


Winter is a magical time of year, filled with snow-covered landscapes, cozy evenings by the fireplace, and delicious treats. One popular winter treat that is loved by both kids and adults alike are melted snowman cookies. These cute and whimsical cookies not only bring joy to your taste buds but also add a touch of festive fun to any gathering.


What Makes Melted Snowman Cookies Unique?


Melted snowman cookies are more than just your average cookie. They have a unique design that mimics a melting snowman - with his hat askew and buttons falling off. This playful design adds an element of whimsy and fun to these delicious treats. Whether you’re hosting a holiday party or simply looking for a fun baking project with your family, melted snowman cookies are sure to be a hit.


Melted Snowman Cookies Recipes

Baking these Melted Snowman Cookies is a breeze, making it a perfect activity for family gatherings, cookie exchanges, or a cozy afternoon indoors. Whether you're a seasoned baker or a novice in the kitchen, these cookies are sure to warm your heart and add a touch of winter wonder to your celebrations.


Difficulty: Easy

Prep time: 10 minutes

Bake time: 13-18 minutes

Servings: 24 cookies


Ingredients:


1 package premade sugar cookies

24 large marshmallows

¼ c dark chocolate chips

¼ c milk chocolate chips

¼ c orange candy melts

4 c powdered sugar, divided

2 T. corn syrup

2 t. Vanilla, divided

1 T. meringue powder









Directions:


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line your baking sheet(s) with parchment, set aside.

  2. Unwrap the premade cookies and place on the baking sheets at least 2 inches apart.

  3. Bake in the preheated oven for 13-18 minutes or until just slightly golden brown around the edges. Allow to cool.

  4. In the bowl of a stand mixer, combine 2 cups of powdered sugar, the meringue power, 1 t of vanilla and 3 T. of water. With the paddle attachment, mix on low speed until combined. Bump up the speed to med/high and mix for an additional 5-7 minutes or until the mixture is smooth and lighter in color - should still be a stiff consistency. Transfer to another bowl.

  5. Using the first stand mixer bowl, combine the remaining powdered sugar, corn syrup, vanilla and 2 tablespoons of water. Mix until combined with the whisk attachment.

  6. Combine the two icing mixtures into one mixing bowl. Mix on low speed until combined. Stop the machine, scrape the sides and mix again. Bump up the speed to medium for an additional 2-3 minutes of mixing time. If needed to thin the icing, add additional water to the icing one teaspoon at a time until it is thin and a drizzling consistency. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap until ready to decorate.

  7. Melt the dark chocolate in a microwave safe bowl, heating in 15 second increments and stirring until smooth. Transfer to a piping bag, set aside.

  8. Melt the milk chocolate in a microwave safe bowl, heating in 15 second increments and stirring until smooth. Transfer to a piping bag, set aside.


  1. Melt the orange candy melts in a microwave safe bowl, heating in 15 second increments and stirring until smooth. Transfer to a piping bag, set aside.

  2. Cut a small hole in the end of the dark chocolate bag and carefully pipe two eyes on a marshmallow followed by five smaller circles to shape the mouth. Repeat with remaining marshmallows.

  3. Cut a small hole in the end of the orange candy melt bag and carefully pipe a triangular nose in between the eyes and the mouth on each marshmallow. Set aside.

  4. Scoop out a spoonful of icing and spread it on each cookie. Get it close to the edge so occasionally, some icing will spill over but not in excess. Use the back of the spoon to spread where it’s needed. Immediately place your marshmallow head toward the back of the cookie so that the icing is considered the body of the snowman. Repeat with remaining cookies.

  5. Cut a small hole in the end of the milk chocolate bag and pipe the stick arms on either side of the marshmallow head on each cookie. Repeat with remaining cookies.

  6. Using the dark chocolate bag again, pipe the coal buttons down the front of the body toward the middle of the cookie. If desired, scatter the “buttons” to reiterate that the snowman is melting and the buttons are askew.

  7. Allow the icing to set overnight before stacking.


Storage: Cookies can be stored in an airtight container up to 3 days.


As the cold winter weather sets in, what better way to warm up than by indulging in some tasty and adorable melted snowman cookies? By following these simple steps, you can create a delicious treat that is sure to put a smile on everyone's face. Whether it's for a holiday gathering or just a cozy night at home, these cookies are the perfect winter delight. So gather your ingredients and get ready to impress with your baking skills! Happy cookie decorating!



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trlove13
Dec 03, 2023

⛄️ are my fav! I love that these are easy to make, but don’t look it! ♥️

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