Nutter Butter Ice Cream Cone Treats
I’ve kind of been on a Nutter Butter binge lately. And it’s sort of strange because I really don’t even like peanut butter very much.
I know, I know, I need to be tarred & feathered, but it is what it is… I don’t care for peanut butter. I will once in a (very) rare while eat a peanut butter sandwich, but only if it’s crunchy peanut butter and only if it’s grape jelly. But if there are other options, I’ll skip the PB altogether.
As for other peanut butter desserts or candies – they’re aren’t many I like either. I don’t like peanut butter cookies (the homemade kind) or peanut butter pie or ice cream… or even Reese’s cups, unless they’re dark chocolate and with those, I can’t eat them often.
There are a few exceptions though… Nutter Butter cookies (as stated), Reese’s Pieces are a favorite of mine, and the occassional Dark Chocolate Reese’s cups. But besides that, I can’t really think of much.
Anywho… a couple of weeks ago I had a craving for Nutter Butter cookies, so I had the hubby pick some up for me. In the meantime, I have been working on ideas for an Ice Cream Birthday party that is on my schedule. And then the two came together.
I remembered seeing an idea on Pinterest for Nutter Butter Ice Cream Cones, so I decided to give them a try!
Well, I must say, they’re super easy and delicious and a perfect addition to a dessert table for an Ice Cream themed party!
Then dip half the cookie in the melted chocolate. Lay onto wax paper.
Sprinkle with any sprinkles that you like.
Top with an M&M or I used some candy coated chocolate mints. Let them harden (or stick them in the frig for a few minutes) and your done!!
A super cute, easy treat! They’re so easy – you could even let the kids help and decorate their own!!
Oh, and do you have any questions about these fun Nutter Butter Cookie Snacks? Please leave them in the comments and I’ll do my best to answer!
Here’s a printable tutorial:
- 1 package of Nutter Butter Cookies
- 1 package of white chocolate chips, white almond bark, or white candy melts
- M&M's or other colored candies
- Wax Paper
- Melt white almond bark, white candy melts or white chocolate chips in the microwave. I usually do about 4-6 oz. at a time in a small narrow jar or small bowl.
- Then dip half the cookie in the melted chocolate. Lay onto wax paper.
- Sprinkle with any sprinkles that you like. Top with an M&M or I used some candy coated chocolate mints. Let them harden (or stick them in the frig for a few minutes) and your done!!
- A super cute, easy treat!
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