Santa Claus Oreo Cookies

On this page I’m telling you all about these Santa Claus Oreo Cookies. Aren’t they the cutest? And they’re super easy to make! It’s a great activity to do with the kids, and I’m sure they’ll love eating them too! Or make them yourself and surprise the kids with your home made Santa Clause Oreo Cookies!

Kids proof cookies

When they days are grey and rainy; a great way to entertain children is to make something edible with them. I think it’s great quality time to prepare food together. These Santa Claus Oreo Cookies are super easy to decorate, so they’re great to make with the kids! Kids will love to help make these cookies. They can dip them in the chocolate and put the nose on top. Because there’s no oven needed, they won’t burn their fingers and it’s a safe proces to let them help with every step. And I’m sure they’ll love eating them as well!

These Santa Hat Christmas Muffins are also a great idea to make with the kids.

Oreo Golden

Oreo Golden, a delightful variation of the classic Oreo cookie. The original Oreo cookie is black/dark brown, but this Oreo is golden. Not really sparkly golden, but much lighter than the original Oreo cookie. The Oreo Golden has a vanilla flavor. Oreo Golden cookies are a favorite among those who prefer a milder, less chocolatey taste. And I love using Oreo Golden in recipes.

You might also like to make these cookies to put in a Christmas Cookie Box to give as a gift to a friend, family member or loved one.

Quickly scroll down for my recipe for these Santa Claus Oreo Cookies.

Recipe Santa Claus Oreo Cookies

Ingredients (10 pieces):
50 grams white chocolate
50 grams red candy melts
10 Oreo Cookies (for example Oreo Golden)
10 red M&M’s
Edible black marker
10 white mints
Parchment paper

Line a chopping board with parchment paper.
Break the white chocolate in cubes and put them in a small bowl. Melt them au-bain-marie or in 30 second intervals in the microwave.
Dip half of a Oreo cookie in the melted white chocolate. Lay them on the parchment paper and press the red M&M as a nose. Let them lay on the parchment paper so that they can set. This proces goes faster in the fridge.
Melt the red candy melts au-bain-marie or in 30 second intervals in the microwave. Dip the other side of the cookies in the melted red candy melts for Santa’s hat. Let them also set on the parchment paper.
Use the edible marker to make the eyes and put a dot on the right side of the hat, press a mint on it to recreate the white boll at the end.

Store your cookies in an airtight container or eat them straight away!

You might also like my recipe for Christmas Light Cookies.

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