SHAMMY OWL COOKIES


Well, here is my other St. Patty's Day creation. If you know me pretty well, you know that I love sweet Owls! And if you know my husband, you know that he loves Nutter Butters! Combine the two and Bam you've got a cute and sweet little treat. I'm not gonna lie, these babies take some time to decorate but your family will love you for it! Because with all the coating, these Nutter butters are extra delicious. I felt bad biting the head off the cute owl, lol. 
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What You'll Need

SHAMMY OWL COOKIES
Ingredients
Nutter butter cookies
1 bag White candy melts
Green food coloring
White & pink heart sprinkles
Shamrock sprinkles
1/4 cup Mini chocolate chips
Pretzel rods
Green sugar
Canned white frosting or a homemade butter frosting with butter, powdered sugar and a little milk.

Directions
I do the pretzel logs first. Take out a few of the chocolate mini chips for the eyes and melt the rest of chocolate chips in the microwave. Should only take 30 to 60 seconds spread a layer on however many pretzel rods you desire for the logs and sprinkle on green sugar, set aside on waxed paper. Lay down another sheet of waxed paper. Melt the white candy melts in the microwave and add the desired amount of green food coloring. Working quickly, dip your Nutter Butters til covered and place on wax paper. Decorate to resemble owls. Use the frosting in a plastic bag with the tip cut off or .    and place to dollops for eyes and some on the sides to resemble wings. Using your fingers or I used tweezers, take a pink heart for the nose and decorate the ears and bodies as desired with the rest of the embellishments. Store in airtight container for up to a week.




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35 comments:

  1. Those are cute! Tara at Mommy In A Nutshell posted yesterday about Irish potato candies- I had never heard of them for St. Patrick's and the recipe sounds yummy, too!

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  2. How cute are these!!

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  3. Mr. Nine and Mr. Bullard would be fast friends between golf and Nutter Butters. My husband can kill a pack the moment I bring them home. My daughter loves NB's and owls so she would have a hard time deciding on eating it or saving it because its so cute! XOXOXOXO

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  4. So cute!!! I love these!!
    Sarah at MeetTheShaneyfelts

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  5. Officially the cutest cookies! My best friend loves owls so I'll have to make these for her. I love that by changing up the colors these would be great any time of the year. Happy Tuesday gorgeous!
    xoxo,
    Kellyann

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  6. What a cute idea! I love nutter butters too, and dipping them does take them to the next level. Cute as can be!!

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  7. I haven't had a nutterbutter in so long. These are so cute and festive!!

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  8. These are absolutely precious, and I bet they are delicious too! You are so creative in the kitchen.
    xo, Whitney and Blaire
    Peaches In A Pod

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  9. OMG so cute! I wouldn't want to eat them or mess them up but they look so yummy!! These are adorbs!

    Brittany :)
    www.kingdomofsequins.com

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  10. Oh my goodness Andrea :) SUPER CUTE !!!

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  11. Oh my! Those are so cute!!

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  12. How cute are these, and they look DELISH! <3
    Green Fashionista

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  13. I bet its just as fun to make as it is to eat....
    nah... probably better to eat ;) Who doesnt love a good peanut butter cookie?

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  14. Oh my goodness, these are just the cutest things! Anything covered in frosting like that is OK by me!

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  15. These are so cute and so festive for St. Patrick's Day! I love Nutter Butters but have not had them in ages! As soon as this no carbs and no sugar diet is over in two weeks, I'm going to the store and buying some haha!

    xo, Rachel
    A Blonde's Moment

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  16. Cute!! They do look like they would take some time, but I bet with a few little helpers it could be a fun afternoon with a sweet reward at the end! Pinning. Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  17. How cute- and yummy! Happy Tuesday, babe!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  18. Those are so cute and the perfect St. Patrick's Day treat!

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  19. How cute are these! The sound delish, I need to make these with the nieces!

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  20. These sound so yummy and are so cute! You're so creative Andrea. :)

    Brooke
    Pumps and Push-Ups

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  21. Oh my gosh. How cute are these?!

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  22. Owls are everywhere these days. And foxes! These lil babes are almost, ALMOST too cute to eat. But if I closed my eyes, and pretend they aren't adorable, I could eat a dozen. XO

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  23. These are cute!

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  24. Yum, yum! Sound delicious. x Jacqui
    www.mummabstylish.com

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  25. These are too cute and the kids will love them!

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  26. Oh these are adorable!!!!

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  27. I'm a big owl fan too! These are so cute!

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  28. These are too cute! I love using Nutter Butter cookies for holiday themed yumminess and haven't seen anything like this! Thanks for sharing sweet friend!

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  29. These really made me laugh...very cute and whimsical!

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  30. Your Owl Cookies are adorable! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome recipes with us at Full Plate Thursday. Hope you are having a great week and come back to see us real soon!
    Miz Helen

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  31. These are so adorable and I know my kiddos would love these. Thank you for sharing at Dishing it and Digging it link party.

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  32. Oh these owl cookies are just adorable! What a great idea!

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