Now that Easter is right around the corner, it’s time to pull out your favorite Easter cookie recipe. One of my favorites is this baby chicks Easter cookie recipe.
Of course baby chicks are an Easter staple and they’re everywhere this time of year.
Whether you’re filling your Easter basket with them, buying peeps in different colors, or creating a recipe like ours they are just too cute to resist.
I love passing along special holiday recipes that are easy for kids to make and that I know they’ll enjoy.
For a fun treat this Easter here is an adorable baby chick cookie recipe everyone will love.
It uses easy ingredients and it is something you can make with the kids and create lasting memories.
They’ll be the perfect treat to pass out after a fun Easter egg hunt!
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Baby chick Easter cookies recipe
- 1 package of Nutter Butter cookies
- 1 bag of yellow candy melts
- 1 bag of white candy melts
- coconut oil
- small edible eyes
- 1 bag of M&Ms (orange M&Ms separated)
- 2 piping bags
- 1 cookie sheet, fitted with parchment paper
Makes 12 chicks
- Melt yellow candy melts in a double boiler.
- Once melted, add 2-4 tablespoons of coconut oil to thing the chocolate.
- Dip cookie into melted candy.
- Use a fork to flip the cookie over until completely coated.
- Pick up the coated cookie and tap to remove excess chocolate.
- Place the coated cookie onto a baking sheet.
- Repeat steps with 11 more Nutter Butter cookies.
- Let chocolate harden.
- While the yellow is hardening, scoop the rest of the yellow chocolate into a piping bag and clean out the pot.
- Melt the while candy melt.
- Repeat step with coconut oil.
- Scoop some of the white chocolate into a piping bag and cut off tip of bag.
- Pipe on the lines for the cracked egg on the top and bottom of the Nutter Butter.
- Fill in the white lines.
- Add a small dollop of white chocolate into the back of the eyes.
- Place eyes on the yellow part of the cookie.
- Dip the orange M&M into the melted yellow chocolate and place in the middle below the eyes.
- Don’t forget to let the chocolate completely harden before eating!
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Looking for more Easter recipes to make with kids? Try my yummy chocolaty Easter bunny brownies!