Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Chocolate & Peanutbutter Acorns

Chocolate and Peanut Butter; need I say more? These are a perfect project for tiny fingers!
  1. Melt 1/2 bag of Mini-Chips {5 second interval in the microwave, stirring really good each time}
  2. Dip the flat end of the Hershey's Kiss into melted chocolate and top with a bite-size NutterButter.
  3. Dip the flat end of a Mini-Chip into the melted chocolate and stick it to the NutterButter.

If your child has a peanut allergy, substitute the NutterButter for a Ritz Bitz!




~ The Six



Have you seen our Pilgrim Hat Cookies?

27 comments:

  1. I just saw this on Basilmomma's page and these are adorable!

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  2. This is one of the coolest treats I've ever seen. Love it. New follower.

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  3. THESE ARE SO CUTE! I might have to recreate these! :)
    By the way, I'm following you on twitter now. Come follow back @Cookin_Cowgirl
    Thanks!

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  4. Adorable! We'll have to have the kids around here make these. Thanks!

    Laura

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  5. What a genius idea!! Thank you so much for sharing=)

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  6. Wow so adorable and they look delicious! Very creative. I do mosaic art and I just thought of doing an edible mosaic. Much time to have it just be eaten lol. I am new to blogging and I am surfing the net commenting like my son told me lol. He did a lot of the work for my blog. I want to invite everyone to come check out my mosaic art blog. Thanks

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  7. I saw these on Family Fun with mini 'Nilla wafers and yours are much better with the Nutter Butters. Definitely a memory-builder with the little ones.

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  8. Just saw this on Pinterest, and it's absolutely adorable. I'm totally making these for a fall party we're having in a couple of weeks. Thanks for posting it!

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  9. I need to make cookies for an upcoming gathering, and these are perfect!!

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  10. These look wonderful. Just came over from Donna's.

    Carol

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  11. Love this so much! We are going to be featuring it tomorrow on our blog.

    Thanks so much for such a cute idea!

    http://overthebigmoon.blogspot.com/

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  12. love these so much.. I decided to make them.
    Thank you for the inspiration.

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  13. what a fun idea.... This will go great with our Feasty Fun Day for the New Moon on Thursday.

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  14. While I wish I had seen these in time for Thanksgiving, I had to make them to add to the rest of my Christmas cookies.....they are just adorable and so fast and easy to make! Thank you, Six Cousins! :D

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  15. Any idea where to buy the bite-size nutter butters? I can only find the huge ones right now

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  16. What a fun, cute idea! This would be perfect for our fall festival lunch at work! Can't wait to try it, thanks! =D

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  17. Went looking for the bite size nutter butters...unable to find...any suggestions?

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  18. @Jim & Julie Deaton... and for all of those with peanut allergies- you can use mini vanilla wafers if you cannot find the small nutterbutters and so on. Also-- Targets dollar section usually has the nutter butters in a cup for 1$! Might want to try there!

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  19. We just made these for Thanksgiving yesterday.
    Used the entire bag of Nutter Butter Bites and Hershey Kisses, and they were completely gone by the end of Thanksgiving dinner.
    Anyways, I do have one small suggestion: We actually decided we would split the Nutter Butters up (take the top cracker part off), which leaves you with an empty cracker, and the cracker with peanut butter. Then, we just stuck the Hershey Kiss right into the Peanut Butter, and it stuck. That way, we didn't have to worry about using the melted chocolate.
    (We still melted a little bit for the top little chocolate chip though)
    Just an idea. It really helped cut back on time.

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  20. couldn't get the second acorn thing to open...but I am making these for Christmas

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  21. Thank u for adding the part with peanut allergies it means a lot to us i have not seen a lot of people think of that it shows u care about a lot thank u again

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