You can’t go wrong with these easy, gluten free melted snowman cookies. Easy to make fun to eat, they are the perfect way to celebrate the end of winter!
This post is sponsored by Goodie Girl Cookies. All opinions are my own.
Bye Bye Winter
Winter in Miami has come and gone. Frosty is melting away, but I don’t think anyone minds when they get to eat these melted snowman cookies!
So much fun to make, white chocolate snow, marshmallow snowmen, with candy top hats and scarves. Of course, you can’t forget those chocolate chip eyes!
The Gluten Free Cookies
I’m all for easy when it comes to crafty food projects, so taking little shortcuts, like using Goodie Girls Double Chocolate Chip Cookies for a cookie base are right up my alley, plus we love the Double Chocolate Chip Cookies.
They are one of our favorites and they come in boxes and mini bags which are great for lunches, snacks and general portion control- it’s kinda hard not to eat the whole box! The Double Chocolate Chip Cookies are available on Amazon and the Goodie Girl Website.
Melted Snowman Cookies
To make the melted snowman picture I used fondant for the nose and scarves (I have a little container of white that I dye when I want to make something fun to decorate with), but you can also use starburst like candies.
They are pliable like fondant and can easily be molded.
For the hat’s I used marshmallows and a black food writing pen, but a great alternative would be tootsie rolls. Again they are very pliable, almost playdoughish.
No snowman is complete without buttons and eyes, so of course I used some chocolate chips for the eyes and some candy sprinkles I had on hand for the buttons.
I had so much fun putting these together and they are perfect for winter parties or just a fun activity to do with your kids!
If you love making fun out of the box desserts, you have to check out this cookie monster fudge!
Gluten Free Melted Snowman Cookies
- Goodie Girl Double Chocolate Chip Cookies or Mint Cookies would be great!
- Large Marshmallows cut in half
- Mini Marshmallows one squished and one hole for the hat, I used food coloring to make them black, but you could also use tootsie rolls to make them if you prefer
- Gluten Free Candy or Sprinkles for the buttons
- Gluten Free Fondant or Starburst like candy to make the scarves
- White Chocolate
- Mini Chocolate chips for eyes
- Melt the white chocolate and put in a piping bag or ziploc with the corner cut out.
- Pipe circle of white chocolate for melted “snow”.
- Add half marshmallow for body and use white chocolate to “glue” on the hat.
- Add scarves, buttons, and eyes.