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These cute & easy to make Pencil Cookies are a perfect back to school snack idea!
Pencil Cookies

Pencil Cookies

The Back to School Season will be in full swing soon, and I have another very cute & easy idea for parents to make with children or Teachers/PTO members to make for Meet the Teacher Days! Like the Apple Cookie Pops I shared earlier this week, these Pencil Cookies require just a few ingredients to create!

Pencil CookiesPencil Cookies Ingredients

Ingredients:

Wafer Cookies

White melting chocolate

Pink melting chocolate

Chocolate chips (Use mini chocolate chips for smaller cookies)

Other Materials:

Sandwich bags

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Using a serrated knife, carefully cut the squared corners off of one side of each wafer cookie so they are in the shape of a point at one end.

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Melt the white and pink chocolate according to package directions.

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Use the white melting chocolate to draw around the edge of the triangle tip of each wafer cookie to create the “pencil tip”. Fill in the triangle in with the chocolate. Place a chocolate chip on the very end (point facing out).

Use the pink melting chocolate to trace around the opposite squared end of the wafer cookie, and completely fill in a rectangular shape to create the “eraser”.

Complete this process for all cookies. Allow melting chocolate to completely cool before enjoying.

Yield: 24

Pencil Cookies

Pencil Cookies
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • Ingredients:
  • Wafer Cookies
  • White melting chocolate
  • Pink melting chocolate
  • Chocolate chips (Use mini chocolate chips for smaller cookies)
  • Other Materials:
  • Sandwich bags

Instructions

Using a serrated knife, carefully cut the squared corners off of one side of each wafer cookie so they are in the shape of a point at one end.

Melt the white and pink chocolate according to package directions.

Scoop each color of melting chocolate into its own sandwich bag. Press the chocolate all the way until it reaches the bottom of one corner of the bag. Use scissors to snip off a very small tip to allow the chocolate to slowly flow through.

Use the white melting chocolate to draw around the edge of the triangle tip of each wafer cookie to create the “pencil tip”. Fill in the triangle in with the chocolate. Place a chocolate chip on the very end (point facing out).

Use the pink melting chocolate to trace around the opposite squared end of the wafer cookie, and completely fill in a rectangular shape to create the “eraser”.

Complete this process for all cookies. Allow melting chocolate to completely cool before enjoying.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

24

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 24Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 18mgCarbohydrates: 4gFiber: 0gSugar: 2gProtein: 0g

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These are a few items I find helpful when crafting these Pencil Cookies:

Keebler Sugar Wafer Vanilla, 2.75-Ounce Packages (Pack of 12)Keebler Sugar Wafer Vanilla, 2.75-Ounce Packages (Pack of 12)Wilton 1911-13 Candy Melts, Bright WhiteWilton 1911-13 Candy Melts, Bright WhiteWilton 1911-424 Candy Melts, 12-Ounce, Bright PinkWilton 1911-424 Candy Melts, 12-Ounce, Bright PinkNESTLE TOLL HOUSE Real Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels 12 oz. BagNESTLE TOLL HOUSE Real Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels 12 oz. BagZiploc Sandwich Bags - 125-CountZiploc Sandwich Bags – 125-CountOXO Good Grips Pro 5OXO Good Grips Pro 5

 

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Elizabeth Tarlow

Tuesday 18th of September 2018

I LOVE these Cookies!! They are almost too cute to eat :) Thanks for sharing!!

Maureen

Monday 17th of September 2018

What a great treat for a child to have in their lunchbox at school. Getting ready for the start of the school year.

Kristen

Sunday 16th of September 2018

Cute, simple idea :)

Abigail Gibson

Friday 14th of September 2018

My nephew would love to make these. Thanks for sharing.

Cali W.

Thursday 13th of September 2018

Really cute back to school treat. :)

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