I saw these cookies in Blogland recently and knew I had to make them. Sadly, I have no idea which blog the idea came from.
I made plain round sugar cookies. If you don’t bake often, I’m sure those slice and bake cookies would be fine too. There is nothing better than homemade sugar cookies. If you need a great recipe, click here for my favorite sugar cookies.
The thing I loved best about these melting snowmen is that they are supposed to look melty and messy. Messy is perfect for my kids.
After adding some sloppy frosting, it was time for marshmallows. We put some marshmallows on a plate and microwaved them for about 50 seconds. When they were all puffy and smooshy, we sprayed a little Pam Cooking Spray on our fingers and plunked the marshmallows onto the cookies. The Halloween sprinkles came in handy and became eyes, buttons, and a nose.
Super cute and super easy! It’s so nice to make cookies that I’m not stressing about decorating perfectly. Quick, easy, cute, and kid friendly… can’t ask for much more than that!
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Those are really cute!
that is too cute! thanks for sharing
seriously adorable … seriously!!!
Those are so ADORABLE!!!!! =) Wow, I have to make those!!!
Thank You for sharing!!!!!
How cute! Those are perfect for Texas, because we don't get much (ie any) snow here. And the few times we have since I have lived her, that is exactly what a snow man would look like…if you were able to get up enough snow to make a snowman. Our weather goes from one extreme to the other in a 24-48 hour period.
Thanks for sharing! I may make those for my neice and newphews for our holiday party this year.
That is THE CUTEST cookie I have ever seen!! Adorable! I'm going to have to try those!
Carrie @ Dittle Dattle
These cookies are so neat! Thank you for sharing. You "AMAZE ME"! Thank you for linking up to the Monday blog party!!
So cute. I just love these cookies. They are my favorite this year. I love your idea for the marshmallow heads and using sprinkles. Great idea and so easy!
I came across these here:
I absolutely love your version!