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No Bake Grinch Cookies

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Are you a Christmas movie fan and love the Grinch? Then, I have a great recipe for you to make for you and your family. These amazing No Bake Grinch Cookies are just the cutest recipe and you can even bake these with your children!

Grinch No Bake Cookies stacked on a serving platter.

No-Bake Grinch Cookies

These No-Bake Cookies are so easy to make! This recipe is so simple to make and follow along with, with a small number of ingredients. You will have a cute cookie in no time. It so delicious and has a beautiful display of green with a bit of drizzle with the Grinch’s small heart on top. Make these cookies with these Grinch Brownies  and The Grinch Pretzels for a fun themed party table.

Ingredients

  • Almond bark- You will be able to use bark or white chocolate for this recipe.
  • Coconut oil- Using coconut oil will cut out the use of butter in the recipe.
  • Golden Double Stuff Oreos- You will need to buy a Family sized package of Oreos.
  • Green food coloring- This is going to give the glaze on top of the cookies that green Grinch color.
  • Heart sprinkles- One of each heart will be placed on top to act like the Grinch’s small heart.

How to Make No-Bake Grinch Cookies

Add the almond bark or white chocolate with the coconut oil into a microwave-safe bowl and cook in 30- second intervals until fully melted.

Melting the coconut oil and butter in a bowl.

When fully melted and creamy, add 3-4 drops of food coloring and add more drops to get your desired green color.

Adding the green food coloring into the batter.

Coat your Oreos in the melted bark or chocolate using a fork, and lift to let excess drip.

Coating the Oreos into the green batter.

Place on a parchment paper-lined sheet to cool.

Placing the coated Oreos on to the cookie sheet.

Then, use the rest of the melted bark or chocolate to drizzle on top of the cooled Oreos and add one single heart to the oreo before the bark becomes dry and is still wet enough to stick.

Adding more drizzle of the frosting on top and adding the small hearts on top.

I like to make half of the recipe at a time so that the almond bark doesn’t get too hard and sticky during the process. When it comes time to drizzle the extra almond bark over the cookies (optional), only do 3-4 cookies at a time and then put the heart sprinkle on so that the almond bark doesn’t dry too quickly and the heart will stick and stay. 

A hand holding up a Grinch No Bake Cookie.

Do You Have to Refrigerate No-Bake Cookies?

You can leave these No-bake cookies at room temperature. This will keep the chocolate from becoming too harden in the fridge. Keep the Oreos stored in an airtight container to keep moisture locked in and help with the shelf life.

How to Dye Cookies Green?

So, for this No-bake cookie recipe, it is fairly easy to dye the cookies a certain color. Instead of trying to dye the actual oreo, you will add a few drops of food coloring into the frosting. Then, the Oreos will be dipped into the melted chocolate and you will have your green cookies.

The Grinch No Bake Cookies in a gift bag.

More Grinch Desserts

Grinch Christmas No Bake Cookies

Published By Jill
Are you a Christmas movie fan and love the Grinch? Then, I have a great recipe for you to make for you and your family. These amazing Grinch Christmas No-bake Cookies are just the cutest recipe and you can even bake these with your children!
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Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 1 batch

Ingredients
  

  • 24 oz almond bark or white chocolate
  • 1/2 teaspoon coconut oil
  • 1 family-sized package Golden Double Stuf Oreos
  • Green food coloring
  • Heart sprinkles

Instructions
 

  • In a microwave-safe bowl, melt the almond bark and coconut oil in 30-second increments until melted.
  • Once melted and smooth, put 3-4 drops of green food coloring in the almond bark at a time until you get the shade of green you desire (I used 8 drops total).
  • Using a fork, Coat Oreos in almond bark and let the excess drip off before putting them on a baking sheet that has been lined with parchment paper to dry/cool completely.
  • Drizzle remaining almond bark over Oreos and put a heart sprinkle on each cookie.
  • Let cool completely.

Notes

I like to make half of the recipe at a time so that the almond bark doesn’t get too hard and sticky during the process. When it comes time to drizzle the extra almond bark over the cookies (optional), only do 3-4 cookies at a time and then put the heart sprinkle on so that the almond bark doesn’t dry too quickly and the heart will stick and stay. 
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I am a mom of 3 awesome boys that love to get crafty with me in the kitchen. Our blog is full of all sorts creative food ideas for the Holidays, Party Ideas, Free Printables, Featured DIY Ideas, Recipes, & Kids Craft Ideas! Read more...

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