These whimsical and delicious frog cookies made with Oreos and pretzels are almost too cute to eat! These are the perfect Princess and the Frog Cookies or a snack for a frog-themed unit study or even Saint Patrick’s Day!
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Whether you’re studying frogs, like we are this month, or if your little one is yearning for a Princess and the Frog-themed birthday party, these delightful and delectable frog shaped cookies make for the ultimate indulgence! We love frogs around here, and I love making fun treats like these for them to enjoy! Bonus: they get to help make them since these adorable cookies are no-bake!
There are only 5 ingredients necessary to make these cute frog cookies, but some might not be available at your local grocery store. I suggest checking Amazon or a local craft store that has a baking section such as Michael’s for a few of these items.
Green Candy Melts – You can find these at most craft stores that have a baking section as well as on Amazon. However, if you can’t find green candy melts, you can melt white almond bark and add green food coloring.
Large Candy Eyes – You might find large candy eyes at your local craft store that has a good baking section, especially around Halloween. However, you can also find them anytime on Amazon.
Pretzel Twists – These are easily found in your local grocery store snack aisle.
Oreos – Just the classic ones, no double stuffed or thin cookies.
Edible Pink Grass – Okay, another tough one to find, but you can order it on Amazon or check a specialty store. It is also known as edible Easter grass.
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How to Make Frog Cookies
For best results, I suggest making each frog one at a time or a couple at a time. This is a great recipe to cook with kids too!
Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper to put your cookies on as they dry.
Prepare the green candy melts as instructed on the package.
Dip the pretzels one at a time into the green candy melts and shake off the excess. Place each pretzel onto the parchment-lined cookie sheet with the pretzels opposite each other as pictured below to make the legs of the frog.
Dip the Oreos one at a time into the green candy melts and shake off the excess.
Then place one dipped Oreo on top of the two dipped pretzel “legs.”
Carefully dip one side of the candy eyes into the melted green candies and place them on top of the Oreo standing up while the candy melts are still wet. Then place a small piece of edible pink grass in the mouth as a tongue.
Make sure to allow your frog cookies to fully dry before serving or storing them for later. Enjoy!
- Melt the green candy melts as directed on the package.
- Dip the pretzels into the melted green candy and shake off the excess.
- Place on a parchment-lined cookie sheet with the pretzels facing opposite each other.
- Dip the Oreos into the melted green candy melts and shake off the excess.
- Place the dipped Oreo on top of the two dipped pretzel "legs."
- Dip the bottom of the eye candies into the melted green candy and attach them to the top standing up while the candy melts are still wet.
- Place a small piece of pink edible grass in the mouth as a tongue.
- Allow to dry and serve!
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 377Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 718mgCarbohydrates: 85gFiber: 2gSugar: 27gProtein: 6g
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What if I can’t find green candy melts?
If you can’t find green candy melts, substitute white almond bark or white melting chocolate and use green food coloring to color.
How do I store my cookies?
To store your cookies, place them in a single layer in an airtight container for 4–5 days. Be sure to follow the USDA guidelines for storing leftovers.
Frog cookies are a fun and tasty treat that can make any occasion a little more special. They’re an easy frog themed dessert that never fails to bring a smile to kids’ faces! Whether you’re making them for yourself or as a gift, try out this unique twist on a no-bake Oreo cookie recipe. You won’t regret it!