Oreo Mice Cookies {No-Bake} Tutorial

I guest posted over at Tater Tots and Jello last week!
Today I’m showing you how to make the NO BAKE Oreo Mice Cookies I showed over at TT & J!
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Recipe adapted by Taste of Home

What you’ll need
(Makes about 18 Cookies)
– 2 Cups of Oreo Crumbs w/out the CREME
– 2/3 Cup of Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
– 1/3 of Sour Cream
– Black Licorie Candies for tail
– Red nonpareils for eyes
-Sliced Almonds
– Melt chocolate chips on a small bowl on microwave or a double boiler
– Crush about 12 OREOS w/out the frosting until finely crumbs to make 1 cup
– Add sour cream, and 1 cup of oreo crumbs to melted chocolate
– Refrigerate for 1hr
– Make small balls and refrigirate for another 10 minutes
– Cut licorices candies into thin strings for the tails
– Shape balls into a mice
– Roll balls into the other cup of Oreo crumbs
-Decorate and VIOLA!
I really hoped you enjoyed my little mice cookies tutorial!! 

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  • so cute! I will have to try these : )ReplyCancel

  • Very interesting! Stumbled it!ReplyCancel

  • Hehe no problem Ramona! Thanks for stopping by!

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  • polkadotpretties

    Love this …
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  • Messforless

    These are the cutest things ever! I am pinning this! I am a new Twitter and FB fan visiting from Sew Crafty Tuesday and am LOVING your page. Vicky from Mess For LessReplyCancel

  • Sara Southard

    These are soooo cute!!! And Oreos? How can I resist?ReplyCancel

  • Rachel

    so cute! my kids would love making (and eating) these! thanks for the tutorial!ReplyCancel

  • alisa

    these are adorable and they look so simple! hopefully i can try this out someday!ReplyCancel

  • Thank you so much I have used this for shaping deco pieces for B-day cakes ie; Harry Potter witch hat, wand etcReplyCancel