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Everyone remembers certain shows that they watched growing up during their childhood years. Whether they are Disney, Nickelodeon or movies involving ET and Jaws. One show that comes to mind was the Peanuts TV show. I mean who doesn’t love Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Woodstock, Marcie, Patty and Lucy. Classic characters and just good TV.
I’m sharing these easy and fun Snoopy Cookies with you today in honor of the release of the new Peanuts Movie coming out November 6th. In fact I’m not sure who is more excited the kids or my husband and I.
Now on to these special Snoopy Cookies. I’m typically not a crafty baker or decorator so I bought a couple of simple ingredients from my local Market Street United Store. I laid everything out and we had a Snoopy decorating competition on who made the best Snoopy. In simple terms, which cookie actually resembled the dog. After about 6 designs we finally decided on this final cookie piece.
It’s the addition of two cookies merged together and then covered with white icing and decorated with black icing. It doesn’t get much easier than that.
I’ll spare you the photos of the other Snoopy Cookie decorations but the kids definitely enjoyed eating the bad ones or getting rid of the evidence.
You can head into participating Market Street stores for a FREE Peanuts Trick or Treat Bag before they run out.
Place one Nilla waffer on the top part of the Nutter Butter. Use frosting to cover up the tops of both pieces.
Turn the cookie side ways and place a mini chocolate morsel for the nose. Using the black icing create ears, eyes, mouth and eyebrows.
*See pictures above.
Enter for a chance to win a trip to California to visit Snoopy’s home!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons Safeway. The opinions and text are all mine.