Nutter Butter Owls

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Woodland creatures are a lovely sign of Fall. These adorable nutter butter owls are the perfect fall treat. With a few ingredients and a lot of fun these owls are simple to make.

Nutter Butter Owls on a white plate on a plaid napkin with concrete backdrop

Make your next Autumn snack amazing. With some nutter butter cookies, candy corn, black sparkle gel, and candy eyes. These cookies come together in just minutes.

Nutter Butter Owls on a white plate on a plaid napkin with concrete backdrop

Start with the basic nutter butter cookie. These don’t work with the wafer nutter butters. Please use the original nutter butters. Place some freezer paper on the shiny side up.

Nutter butter cookies, candy corn, candy eyes

I like to tape my freezer paper to the counter as it helps keep the edges from curling into my project. Next lay out all the pieces needed to make the owls.

Nutter butter cookies, candy corn, candy eyes, and black sparkle gel on parchment paper.

First using the black gel place some on the nose and add it to the nutter butter. Add more black gel to the back of the candy eyes. Place them onto the nutter butter cookie.

Nutter butter cookies, candy corn, candy eyes, and black sparkle gel on parchment paper.

Let the eyes and the candy corn dry. Carefully add swirls to the side of each cookie in order to make it look like wings. Let the gel dry but don’t stack these even when dried since the gel is still sticky.

Nutter Butter Owls on a white plate on a plaid napkin with concrete backdrop

Make a Halloween Charcuterie Board

Nutter Butter Owls are perfect to make for Fall gatherings, pumpkin carving parties, or fun Halloween cookie platters. I do love a good Halloween charcuterie board.

Nutter Butter Owls on a white plate on a plaid napkin with concrete backdrop

Add these owl cookies to a charcuterie board as a sweet treat. Pair with some candy corn, salami, and cheese cut into the shape of bats for tons of Halloween fun.

Nutter Butter Owls on a white plate on a plaid napkin with concrete backdrop

Stay tuned for more nutter butter cookie designs. We will have a few really adorable variations coming. We will have a bunch of Fall recipes coming to the blog this week.

Fantastic Fall Recipes:

Nutter Butter Owls on a white plate on a plaid napkin with concrete backdrop

Nutter Butter Owls

Yield: 10 Cookies
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Nutter butter cookies with eyes, candy corn, and black sparkle gel to make owls.

Ingredients

  • 20 large candy eyeballs
  • 10 candy corns
  • 10 nutter butters
  • black sparkle gel

Instructions

  1. Place the nutter butters on a plate or freezer paper with the shiny side up. Take the gel and add some to the back of each eye. Add it to the top of the nutter butter to make the eyes. Repeat with all the nutter butter cookies.
  2. Take the candy corn and place some gel on the back and press it just below the eyes as the owl's nose. Repeat with all the nutter butter cookies.
  3. Draw with the black sparkle gel three half moons on each side of the nutter butter cookies. Do this on all the cookies. Let dry and serve!
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 10 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 522Total Fat: 12gSaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 31mgSodium: 107mgCarbohydrates: 105gFiber: 0gSugar: 96gProtein: 0g

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