/ / Melted Snowman Cookies

Melted Snowman Cookies

| | | |

Sharing is caring!

Melted Snowman cookies

Oh man..Don’t you love these
They are just too cute. I have to tell you that these cookies didn’t last too long in my house.
The cookies were seriously gone in just a few hours.
I spotted these adorable cookies in Parents magazine, and we got right on it to give it a try. I did not completely follow the original recipe, but they turned out perfect the way I made them. I used meringue made from egg whites instead of icing, to top the cookies.
One of my favorite things in the kitchen is to make a mess with my boys. They are always up for it..haha. And now that Christmas is just right around a corner we will have lots of messy kitchen days:-)
I used store bought sugar cookies this time { I usually don’t buy refrigerated cookies }. So if you have your favorite sugar cookie recipe, just make a dozen of cookies start with.

You will only need a few ingredients to make these super cute cookies.

These Snowman cookies will be great desserts for your Christmas party.

My boys loved the meringue on the top of the cookies.
They totally thought its whipped cream:-)

 Snowman cookies

Ready to bite your monitor..? I am..

Melted Snowman cookies

 Such cute little snowman cookies!!

I hope you will give these cookies a try.
I t was a big hit at my house, and it was a fun family time while making them.
Before you leave, check out
my polka dots wreath that I shared last week

Polka dot Christmas wreath

How about some fabulous and easy gift ideas?




DIY Drop cloth pillow covers ! Ahmazing project for the Holidays!

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Have a fantastic day!
 photo EF115F2DC23BDCEF2836A0DC4259602E_zps46160045.png

Melted Snowman Cookies
Author: Aniko
  • 1 package refrigerated sugar cookies or a homemade sugar cookies
  • Meringue:
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 4 egg whites
  • Icing to decorate:
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 1/2 tbsp. cup warm water
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • Food coloring
  • Medium size Marshmallows
  • Semisweet Chocolate Chips
  1. Preheat oven for 350 F
  2. Bake Cookies according to package directions. Let it cool completely.
  3. In a large bowl Beat egg whites until frothy.
  4. Gradually add sugar
  5. Spread the meringue over cookies, place one marshmallow on each cookie and put it in the oven for 3 minutes, until the top of the marshmallow will turn golden brown
  6. Make your icing { stir together sugar, water, and vanilla extract }with food coloring and decorate as you wish.

Similar Posts


  1. Hello,

    I came across your recipe. I am wondering how long the meringue lasts as I would like to make these for a cookie exchange!

    1. Hello! Ours did not last long as it was too cute to leave it on the kitchen table for long-haha. But really, the meringue will shrink a bit after you take it out of the oven but it would definitely hold up for you to take it to a cookie exchange. Let me know how it works for ya if you are going to make it! Have a wonderful day!

    1. How do you get your meringue so fluffy? I used the egg whites that are already separated out, maybe that's my problem? My meringue just gets to be the consistency of thick icing…. 🙁 The marshmallow heads are currently browning as I type! 🙂 thanks for the recipe

    2. Jenn, I hope your meringue turned out just right. Make sure you use your electric mixer on the highest speed and there is no egg yolk mixed into your whites. It's also important not to add the powdered sugar until soft peak stage.Have fun baking and Merry Christmas to you!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *