Witches Hats by kids – for kids
Ok…the Witches Hats were chosen by two of my grandkids to make COMPLETELY on their own. They told me what to buy and when they came over this last weekend, they made them. They wanted to help me make my Coconut Cupcakes and then the next weekend, one of them helped with my Easy White Chocolate Fudge.
One is 6 and the other one is 8 years old. I think it’s cool that they want to help, much less create their own masterpieces. They looked through magazines and cookbooks and then we went online. This is what they decided on. They may have some off colors, but they taste great. I didn’t want to sway their creativity any. Made it more special for them.
The Oreos they chose were the mint ones, they wanted the mix bag of kisses – regular and hugs and then they wanted orange frosting, duh, because that’s one of their favorite colors. They were so proud of them! And yes, they got to take them home.
They didn’t like the look of the Hugs, so they just stuck with the Kisses.
Have your kids or grandkids made any special treat for Halloween or any other Holiday?
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Witches Hats by kids - for kids
- 1 Pkg Oreo Cookies Your choice
- 1 Tub Frosting Your choice of color
- 1 Bag Hershey Kisses Your choice
- Unwrap Hershey Kisses and place on a plate/dish/in a bowl.
- Make a smiley face using the kisses on your plate.
- Add a small amount of frosting right in the middle of the top of the Oreo Cookie. You can use a baggie with the bottom corner cut off to squeeze the frosting out.
- Place an unwrapped kiss on top of the frosting and push down.
- Place on a cookie sheet and wait for the frosting to set. Or eat one now.