Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Frog Oreos

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Your kiddos are going to love these Frog Oreos. They are so cute with edible eyes, pink heart tongues and pretzel legs! These are perfect to make with your kids in the kitchen for a fun treat or a birthday party.

Frog Oreos

makes 18 Oreos

Ingredients

  • 1 package of double stuffed Oreos
  • 1 bag of Green candy melts
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 container of small edible eyes
  • 1 container of wilton confetti sprinkles quins, green ones only
  • 1 container of wilton confetti sprinkles hearts, reds only
  • 36 mini pretzel twist
  • 1 cookie sheet fitted with parchment paper



Frog Oreos

Directions

  1. Using a double boiler, melt the green candy melts
  2. Once the candy melts is fully melted and smooth, add in the coconut oil and mix until combined and smooth
  3. Carefully place the Oreo into the candy melt
  4. Using a fork, flip over theOreo so that its completely coated
  5. Carefully pick it up with the fork and lightly tap the edge of the pot to get excess candy melt off the Oreos
  6. Place Oreo onto the cookie sheet
  7. Repeat step with remaining Oreo
  8. Carefully and slowly, place the eyes, standing up towards the front on the top part of the Oreo
  9. Slowly place a red heart into the crease of the Oreo for his tongue
  10. Place a few green confetti sprinkles around the top for the spots on a frog.
  11. Repeat steps with remaining Oreos
  12. Place Oreo aside to allow the chocolate to harden for an hour
  13. Once Oreo are hard, remelt the chocolate
  14. Once chocolate is melted, dip the pretzel, two at a time, into the chocolate
  15. Pick up pretzels using a fork, and lightly tap the edge of the pot to get the excess chocolate off
  16. Place onto the cookie sheet, with the bottoms touching each other
  17. Place the top Oreo on top of the freshly dipped pretzels
  18. Let chocolate harden before picking up the whole “frog”
  19. Enjoy your Frog Oreos!

Frog Oreos

Frog Oreos

Frog Oreos

Published By Jill
Your kiddos are going to love these Frog Oreos. They are so cute with edible eyes, pink heart tongues and pretzel legs! 
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Prep Time 1 hr
Total Time 1 hr
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 18 oreos
Calories 149 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 1 package double stuffed Oreos
  • 1 bag Green candy melts
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 container of small edible eyes
  • 1 container of wilton confetti sprinkles quins green ones only
  • 1 container of wilton confetti sprinkles hearts reds only
  • 36 mini pretzel twist

Instructions
 

  • Using a double boiler, melt the green candy melts
  • Once the candy melts is fully melted and smooth, add in the coconut oil and mix until combined and smooth
  • Carefully place the oreo into the candy melt
  • Using a fork, flip over the oreo so that its completely coated
  • Carefully pick it up with the fork and lightly tap the edge of the pot to get excess candy melt off the oreos
  • Place oreo onto the cookie sheet
  • Repeat step with remaining oreos
  • Carefully and slowly, place the eyes, standing up towards the front on the top part of the oreo
  • Slowly place a red heart into the crease of the oreo for his tongue
  • Place a few green confetti sprinkles around the top for the spots on a frog.
  • Repeat steps with remaining oreos
  • Place oreos aside to allow the chocolate to harden for an hour
  • Once oreos are hard, remelt the chocolate
  • Once chocolate is melted, dip the pretzel, two at a time, into the chocolate
  • Pick up pretzels using a fork, and lightly tap the edge of the pot to get the excess chocolate off
  • Place onto the cookie sheet, with the bottoms touching each other
  • Place the top oreo on top of the freshly dipped pretzels
  • Let chocolate harden before picking up the whole "frog"

Nutrition

Calories: 149kcalCarbohydrates: 22gProtein: 1gFat: 6gSaturated Fat: 3gSodium: 214mgPotassium: 42mgSugar: 9gCalcium: 5mgIron: 1.7mg
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We have coconut allergies in our family. What could we use in place of the coconut oil?

you can use shortening

What are green candy melts?

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