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These Oreo Frog Cookies are just adorable. They make a nice project to do with the kids and a great snack for the milder days of spring that are approaching. These fun, edible frogs are made with Oreos and pretzels and decorated with melting chocolate and candy accessories.

Oreo Frog Cookies Recipe From Val's Kitchen

Oreo Frog Cookies

Oreos are one of my favorite cookies. Besides putting them into milk, coating them with chocolate is one of my favorite ways to eat them. This recipe show you how to use green chocolate, some candy accessories and mini pretzels, to turn your Oreos into adorable green frogs. This Oreo Frog Cookies recipe makes 18 oreos.

Equipment Needed

  • 1 cookie sheet fitted with parchment paper
  • double boiler

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Ingredients

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

Oreo Frog Cookies Recipe From Val's Kitchen

Instructions

Using a double boiler, melt the green candy melts.

Once the candy melts are fully melted and smooth, add in the coconut oil and mix until combined and smooth.

Carefully place an Oreo into the melted candy.

Using a fork, flip the Oreo over so that its completely coated in candy.

Carefully pick the Oreo up with the fork and lightly tap the edge of the pot to get excess candy melt off of the Oreo.

Place the Oreo onto the cookie sheet.

Repeat the above step with the 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 to create the tongue.

Place a few green confetti sprinkles around the top to create the spots on the frog.

Repeat the steps with remaining Oreos.

Place the Oreos aside for an hour to allow the chocolate to harden.

Once the Oreos are hard, remelt the chocolate.

Once the chocolate is melted, dip the pretzels, two at a time, into the chocolate.

Pick up the 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 the chocolate harden before picking up the whole “frog”.

Enjoy your Oreo Frog Cookies!

If you’re looking for some more no-bake cookie recipes, be sure to check out these Pirate Oreos and No-Bake Burger Cookies.

Oreo Frog Cookies Recipe From Val's Kitchen

Oreo Frog Cookies

Oreo Frog Cookies Recipe From Val's Kitchen

Ingredients

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

Instructions

Using a double boiler, melt the green candy melts. Once the candy melts are fully melted and smooth, add in the coconut oil and mix until combined and smooth. Carefully place an Oreo into the melted candy. Using a fork, flip the Oreo over so that its completely coated in candy. Carefully pick the Oreo up with the fork and lightly tap the edge of the pot to get excess candy melt off of the Oreo. Place the Oreo onto the cookie sheet. Repeat the above step with the 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 to create the tongue. Place a few green confetti sprinkles around the top to create the spots on the frog. Repeat the steps with remaining Oreos. Place the Oreos aside for an hour to allow the chocolate to harden. Once the Oreos are hard, remelt the chocolate. Once the chocolate is melted, dip the pretzels, two at a time, into the chocolate. Pick up the 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 the chocolate harden before picking up the whole "frog". Enjoy!

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    20 comments

    robin rue March 5, 2018 - 6:55 am

    Those are just too cute. What a fun treat. I am sure my kids would devour them if I made a batch of these.

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    candy March 5, 2018 - 8:17 am

    Well those green frogs will certainly make a splash with the family. Easy to make and fun for the kids and everyone to enjoy

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    Amber Myers March 5, 2018 - 8:22 am

    Oh my gosh, these are too cute! My daughter will get a kick out of them. We always have Oreos in the house, so we’ll make these soon.

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    Joanna @ Everyday Made Fresh March 5, 2018 - 10:08 am

    My daughter would love to make these. She has a deep love for frogs. Of course she would probably name them, and not want to eat them. lol

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    Karen Morse March 5, 2018 - 10:40 am

    That’s a pretty awesome treat for the kids! I love the idea and I’m sure I can pull it off. I’d love to give it to my students as a reward!

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    Jeanette March 5, 2018 - 12:15 pm

    Well are those just adorable! We have a Oreos in the house so this might be something to try today since I have the kids home.

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    Tomi C March 5, 2018 - 12:39 pm

    This is just the cutest recipe. My kids would love these and even though I don’t have any green candy melts I have some leftover white ones and some food coloring.

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    Our Family World March 5, 2018 - 3:01 pm

    These are so cute! They’d make great treats for child’s birthday party or even just for a family game/movie night. My kids are a bit older but I am sure they’d feel like they are 6 years old again once I make a batch of these Oreo frog cookies. 🙂

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    Peter March 5, 2018 - 3:59 pm

    IT ain’t easy being green unless you’re these guys! That’s awesome. Love the creativity in this one.

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    Pam Wattenbarger March 5, 2018 - 5:29 pm

    These frog cookies are so cute! I love them as a spring treat idea for a class party.

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    Sarah Bailey March 5, 2018 - 7:02 pm

    Oh my goodness they are absolutely amazing! I would never have thought to make frogs from Oreos I totally need to try this myself!

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    Marysa March 5, 2018 - 9:38 pm

    How adorable are these?! So cute for a spring party or even Earth Day. My kids would love these, and I think they would have fun making them too.

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    Karissa March 5, 2018 - 10:18 pm

    I think these would be a great thing to make for a kids bday party or themed event. I love how they look so real. Next bake sale maybe?

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    Carol Cassara March 5, 2018 - 11:32 pm

    Now those are adorable frogs! Love that it’s not difficult to make at all. Thanks for the awesome idea to make with oreos. I’d love to make this when the kids come visit.

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    Sandy N Vyjay March 6, 2018 - 6:20 am

    These cookies are so cute. The kids are gonna love it. The tongues look so cute. Will try to make this one of these days.

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    chubskulitrose March 6, 2018 - 6:43 am

    You are so creative with these treats! Any child would enjoy to have this, such a fun treat for St. Patrick!

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    pat. March 6, 2018 - 9:32 am

    Adorable. Luckily green does not always equal mint.

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    Kita Bryant March 6, 2018 - 5:04 pm

    That is a really cute idea! I am a huge Oreo fan and could eat these everyday!

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    Stephanie Pass March 6, 2018 - 5:35 pm

    These are so adorable! I just love making themed desserts and these don’t look too difficult!

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    Heather March 6, 2018 - 10:59 pm

    So I have a fear of frogs but these are so cute I may just try to make them. Oreos are my favorite!

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