A Year of Fun with Nutter Butter Cookies

No matter the season, there's always a great occasion for breaking out these versatile cookies and getting creative in the kitchen.

Part of: Kids & Family: Fun Weekend Projects

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Proposal Pie

"OMG — where has this pie been all my life? I am a peanut butter fiend and this is delicious."

-Sassy in da South

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Ice Cream Cones

"These adorable little ice cream cones are really fun to make."

-Kathy at Food.com

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Nutter Bugs

"What a clever idea! I've never been so happy to have bugs on the kitchen counter."

-Kathy at Food.com

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Nutter Butter Babies

"What could be cuter than these little Nutters? Everyone at the baby shower loved them, and so did my husband."

-aeht206

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Easter Bunnies

"These bunnies were so cute, I knew I have to give them a try."

-Kathy at Food.com

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Easter Chicks

"If you make this cute recipe using white chocolate, be sure to add powdered food coloring, found in the cake decorating aisle."

-Grandmabeau10

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Mother's Day Slippers

"I made these for my mother this year and everyone loved them! I substituted almond butter for the peanut butter."

-N.C. Peaches

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Nutter Butter Puppy Dogs

Make these precious puppies for a dog-lover's birthday, or for National Dog Day in August.

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Nutter Butter Acorns

Use Nutter Butter Bites to make these seasonal, adorable acorns all through autumn.

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Monster Toes

"These are creepy and fun for Halloween. I used black gumdrops sliced in half for toenails."

-Kathy at Food.com

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Ghost Cookies

"I've been making these every year for Halloween since our kids were little. Lay them on sheets of waxed paper to make cleanup easy."

-Cheesehead

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Nutter Butter Turkeys

Colorful candy melts are the secret to this turkey's fantastic feathers.

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Candy Cookie Turkeys

"These are so adorable, and they're fun and easy for the kids to help out with in the kitchen."

-Chef #353256

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Nutter Butter Snowmen

"This is a fun, no-bake recipe that is easy for kids to decorate."

-Kathy at Food.com

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Nutter Turkeys

"There's a Nutter Butter marathon going on at my house this fall. These make a great project for preschool kids."

-Kathy at Food.com

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Cookies

"I had fun doing this with the grandkids over the holidays. It's a cooking activity that the little ones can fully participate in."

-Junebug

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Santa Cookies

"I've been making these for my Christmas cookie tray for years now — they are SO cute. They taste good and they're very easy too."

-Mtpockets

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