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Easy Oreo Penguin Cookies for Valentines!

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I love creating fun and unique desserts and snacks for my family from ordinary food. For example, there are so many things that you can make from Oreos. These adorable Oreo Penguin Cookies are fun, tasty, and so easy to make. Our Penguin cookies are made with Oreos, fondant, and edible pink dust.

Penguin Heart Oreo Cookies

OREO PENGUIN COOKIES 

Recently when I was searching the internet for some Penguin cookie inspiration, I came across the cutest Penguin cookies ever on Michaels Art & Crafts site! I mean, what’s better for Valentines Day then pink cookies? Once I saw them I knew I had to make them for my kids! I mean there is no cuter animal then a penguin! At least I think so! Add a Pink Penguin with a heart face for Valentines then it is a win-win! 

I love making things out of Oreos. Plus a bonus is you have extra cookies to nosh on after you make the recipe! If your family loves Oreos like I do, I have a few of my family’s favorite recipes to share with you. One of our favorites is my Mickey and Minnie Cookies. Of course, these are more for Christmas, however, they are so good. Have you ever had Oreo Fudge before? If not, it’s a definite must! Of course, our absolute favorite is my decadent Chocolate Lasagna

Before you get started making these Penguin Cookies, here are a few helpful tips and suggestions.

WHAT CAN I DO WITH OREOS?

The sky is the limit! You can use Oreos to make fudge, pies, cakes, cake balls, cupcakes and of course cookies. They also work great as a crust for cheesecakes and other sweet desserts. You can also crush them and mix them into ice cream for a yummy treat. 

WHAT INGREDIENTS ARE NEEDED?

Golden Oreo cookies – you will need two for each penguin
White fondant – don’t be intimidated with this ingredient. It’s easier to use than you think.
Red fondant – or if you prefer you can use orange.
Orchid Pink petal dust – this ingredient is totally edible.
Black sprinkles – or you can use non-parelis. 

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LOOKING FOR EASY VALENTINES DESSERTS?

Here are a few of my recipes for Valentines that I thought you might enjoy. 

Chocolate Heart Box

Love Bug Cupcakes

Red Velvet Bundt Cake

Rice Krispie Heart Treats

Chocolate Strawberry Cupcakes

Valentine’s Day Puppy Chow

WHAT SUPPLIES WILL I NEED TO MAKE THESE PENGUIN COOKIES OUT OF OREOS?

Disposable gloves
Small bowl
Fondant roller
Brushes
2 Circle fondant cutters
1 Small heart cookie cutter
Mat for rolling the fondant

 

READY TO MAKE THESE EASY OREO Penguin Cookies?

The full ingredient list, supplies needed list, as well as directions are in the printable recipe card below. I have included a few photos of the different steps for your reference. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to make Penguin Heart Cookies

 

 

Penguin Heart Oreo Cookies

And there you go! The cutest Penguin Heart Cookies ever!

MORE PENGUIN RECIPES

Penguin Cupcakes

Printable Bingo Cards

 

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Penguin Dessert

Oreo Penguin Cookies

Rhonda
Oreo Penguin Cookies are fun, tasty, and so easy to make. These adorable Penguin cookies are made with Oreos, fondant, and edible pink dust.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 mins
Additional Time 30 mins
Total Time 40 mins
Course Cookies
Cuisine American
Servings 6
Calories 144 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • Golden Oreo cookies – you will need two for each penguin
  • White fondant
  • Red fondant
  • Orchid Pink petal dust
  • Black sprinkles

Instructions
 

  • You will want to paint the cookies with the dust first. That way they can dry completely while you are cutting out the fondant pieces.
  • To make the dust “paint”, mix 1/8 tsp water with 1/4 tsp of dust. You can add just a touch more water if you would like it to be watered down a tad more. Stir it together with one of the brushes.
  • Using a smaller brush, paint each cookie. This mixture will paint two cookies or three if you water the mix down.
  • While the cookies are drying, roll out a handful of the red fondant. Use the tip of the heart cookie cutter to cut out a small beak. You may want to use a pair of kitchen scissors to cut the beak smaller.
  • Next roll out a handful of the white fondant. Using the heart cookie cutter, cut out a heart of each face you will need. To make the white breast, use a small circle cook cutter. Cut out a circle, then use the same cookie cutter and cut half of the circle.
  • To make the penguins arms, use the same cookie cutter and cut out two ovals for each set of arms you will need.
  • While the fondant is still wet, attach the heart to one of the cookies. Then line up the bottom of the heart along the edge of the cookie. Attached 2 black sprinkles for the eyes then add on the red beak.
  • When you attach the white breast to the other cookie, leave a little bit of the fondant over the edge. That will allow the fondant to stick together. Then attach the arms to the back of the cookie.
  • And there you go! The cutest Penguin Heart Cookies ever!

Notes

SUPPLIES NEEDED:
Disposable gloves
Small bowl
Fondant roller
Brushes
2 Circle fondant cutters
1 Small heart cookie cutter
Mat for rolling the fondant
*Pro-tip: If the fondant will not stick together, use one of the of small brushes and dab just a bit of water to one piece of the fondant. Gently press the two pieces of fondant together. If the arms won’t stick to the back, just dab a bit of light corn syrup to the cookie then attach the arms.

Nutrition

Serving: 1gCalories: 144kcalCarbohydrates: 32gFat: 2gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 27mgSugar: 28g
Keyword Oreo Cookies, Oreo Penguin Cookies, Penguin Heart Oreo Cookies, Penguin Oreo Cookies
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