8 Ways to Eat a Snowman


The holidays just wouldn’t be the same without everyone’s frosty hero, the snowman. How could you possibly improve on winter’s best friend? Three simple words: Make him edible.

Here are eight delectable little snowmen to bring joy to the hearts (and tummies) of your friends and family this year.


Coconut Snowmen via Martha Stewart
Vanilla ice cream rolled in coconut… yummy! This is definitely one of my favorites.

Snowman Macarons via Macaron Fetish
Everything looks better in macaron form. What a happy little treat for the holidays!

Aerial of a Snowman via LilaLoa
Here’s an original take on the snowman cookie that gives you a birds-eye view from above. What’s better than a cookie? Three cookies stacked together!

Gumball Snowmen via Glorious Treats
These cute little gumball snowmen make perfect gift-toppers. Super simple and totally fab!

Winter Sugar Cookies available on Etsy for $20 (five dozen)
No time to make cookies of your own this year? Five dozen of these little beauties will only set you back twenty bucks. Sign me up!

Snowman Cookies via My Pretty Purse
As it turns out, Nutter Butter cookies make perfectly-shaped snowmen. Simply ice them with white frosting and add a few embellishments.

White Chocolate Covered Cherry Snowmen via Blisstree
These cherry snowmen are the perfect embellishment for any holiday treat. So cute!

Snowman Cake Pops via Bakerella
What child wouldn’t love biting into one of these snowman cake pops on Christmas Eve? The ingenious little hats are made from regular and mini size Oreo cookies.

Comments (2)

  • Love the “aerial” view snowman! What a fun, simple idea for circular cookies. I will be trying that!

  • Great ideas! Where can I find the small cellophane bags that contain gum ball snowman?

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