It’s Dr. Seuss’s Birthday today!
And what better way than to celebrate with green eggs (and ham)?
Okay, first a little funny from The Argyle Sweater. Because…bwahahahaha.
Anyhow, I love Dr. Seuss books. They are so fun to read out loud to kids! We have quite a few in our home library (yes library, the children’s book collection is extensive).
Plus Green Eggs & Ham is kind of a foodie book, because…um green eggs & ham. It’s one of my favorites!
I made these goodies for a Dr. Seuss themed Kindergarten Roundup (because my baby is going to Kindergarten in the fall you guys----wahhhhhh!!!!!)
At the school, these were served over Sun Chips to represent the ham (but I didn’t get a picture of that).
Anyway, these are fun and easy to make. You can make as few or many as you’d like (I made an entire package of regular Single Stuff Oreos and a package of Mint Oreos). Lucky for me, I had some Christmas Mint M&Ms squirreled away, so I had an abundance of green M&Ms!
Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!
Green Eggs (and Ham)
Almond Bark, melted
Dip the Oreos in the melted almond bark, allowing excess bark to drip off. Place on a waxed paper lined tray. Immediately press a green M&M into the center of the wet cookie. Cool until the bark is hardened. Serve over Sun Chips, if desired.
Love! When my girls were growing up we made green eggs and ham...I never could get over green eggs! Your cookies look much, much better!ReplyDelete