(Inside: If I could make 10 snacks for my kids’ holiday parties at school, the top of the list would be these simple Grinch Nutter Butters. Fast, easy, and so tasty I have to say, I may have eaten more than my share.)
Let’s get nasty.
The Grinch is a jerk.
And I get that he has this whole turn-around and his heart grows a billion sizes and all that, but he was still green.
I mean, all the other Whos in Whoville were all, well, not green. Or hairy. Or living alone in a cave–something was wrong with that dude on a level I can’t quite understand.
But, regardless, these amazingly tasty (and surprisingly easy) Grinch Nutter Butters have now made their way onto my kids’ holiday party snack list.
Dude. They’re amazing.
I think its the chocolate mixed with the peanut butter that really gets me.
Literally, I could eat peanut butter cups all day. Heck, I even made them into a Candy Christmas Tree the other day.
But there’s also something special about Nutter Butters–and your own thick green chocolate.
I’m seriously craving another two (0r five) Grinch Nutter Butters for each hand.
Don’t believe these beauties could be made easily? Well, check out this quick video I made for the Grinch Nutter Butters, then you’ll see. You’ll see…
So, go ahead and pin these Grinch Nutter Butters, then race to the store to get your supplies. Because this is going to be epic.
Grinch Nutter Butters
If I could make 10 snacks for my kids' holiday parties at school, the top of the list would be these simple Grinch Nutter Butters. Fast, easy, and so tasty I have to say, I may have eaten more than my share.
- Nutter Butters
- Light green candy melts
- Cocoa candy melts
- Miniature M&M’s
- Decorating bags
- Parchment paper
- Baking sheet
Line a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper.
In two small microwave safe bowls, melt 2 cups of your green candy melts and one cup of your cocoa candy melts on 50% power for 3 to 4 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds until melted.
Place a cookie into your melted green chocolate, making sure it’s covered and remove with a fork shaking off any excess chocolate.
Place onto your baking sheet and add two yellow M&M’s towards to top for eyes.
Transfer to the freezer for 10 minutes when all your Nutter Butters are covered.
Scoop your melted cocoa melts into a decorating bag and draw a dot on each eye and draw the Grinch’s face like pictured.