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It’s time to get spooky! Halloween is approaching and it is the perfect time to whip up some yummy Monster Oreos with the kiddos! These Oreo based monster cookies are sure to be an instant hit with your little ones, especially if they love Mike Wazoski from Monsters Inc!

The kids will have a blast getting into the kitchen to help you make these adorable monster cookies. They will have so much fun decorating their own monsters and of course eating them when they are finished.

A fun idea would be to make these Monster Oreos with your kids and then sit down to eat them while watching Monsters Inc. with the family.

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No one said Monsters needed to be scary! These treats are great for little ones to be able to do a fun Halloween activity without feeling frightened. Monsters Inc. is also an adorable movie for little ones that will help them to not be afraid of Monsters. They may even start to LOVE monsters and not have any trouble going to bed. Well, maybe just a little bit due to the sugar.

These yummy chocolate covered Oreos call for candy eyes and sprinkles, but you can get creative and go all out! You could try orange candy melts, chocolate candy, and other fun Halloween themed snacks. The possibilities with these dipped Oreos are endless!

Another great thing about this yummy Oreo monsters cookie recipe is that it is easy to make! You simply dip, decorate, and put them on a lined cookie sheet to set. You read that correctly, there is no need to bake!

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How to Make Monster Oreos

Ingredients:

Oreo cookies
Melting Chocolate – Green
Candy Eyes
Sprinkles in your choice of colors
Edible pen or black gel


Additional Tools Needed:
Wax or parchment paper
Glass bowl
Fork and spoon

Monster Oreos Directions:

Place the candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave in 20-30 second increments
until melted, stirring occasionally. The chocolate can sometimes be temperamental watch it carefully for any signs of burning.

Add a small amount of green food color to the melted chocolate. If you’re trying to make Mike Wazowski, use less food coloring and more for a Frankenstein green.

Use a fork to dip each Oreo in the melted chocolate. Gently tap the fork against the side of the
bowl to remove any excess chocolate from the Oreo. You can also use a spoon to spoon melted chocolate over the cookie to make sure all areas of the Oreo are completely coated.

Place the Oreos on a sheet of wax or parchment paper to cool. Place an eye or eyes in the middle
of the Oreo. Add sprinkles to the top of each Oreo or all over depending on the look you
are going trying to achieve.

Let the cookies sit until they are completely dry.

Serve or store in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.

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These monster cookies are so incredibly delicious that your kiddos won’t be the only ones who will gobble them up. The entire family is going to want a bite, or seven! Halloween treats have never tasted so spooktacular!

More Halloween Fun in the Blog:

Halloween Rocks Activity

Disney Halloween Movies

Evil Queen Cocktail

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