• 10 nutter butter cookies
• 1 cup white melting chocolates
• 1 cup black melting chocolates
• 1⁄2 tsp coconut oil
• candy eyes
• tiny white round edible beads (nonpareils)
• ramekins and pan for double boiler set up
• piping cones
• chocolate dipping wand or fork
• wire cooling rack
• parchment paper
• Set up double boiler with shallow pan and ramekins for each color chocolate. Fill with water till half way up side of ramekins *careful not to get water inside them as it will seize the chocolate. Turn heat to medium low.
• Add chocolates and smidge of coconut oil to each, stirring to combine as they melt.
• Using wand or fork, dip nutter butter cookies in black chocolate until thoroughly coated. Hover above dish as chocolate drips off. Set on wire rack to harden.
• Using parchment paper as a base for the white wool, place a cookie on the paper and sketch the sheep wool with a pencil. Fill a piping bag with white melted chocolate and cut a small hole at the end to help make some swirls and texture. Fill in your sketch and top with tiny white edible beads. Put in refrigerator to harden.
• To create the ears, tear a strip of parchment paper. Pour black melted chocolate into piping bag, work quickly to create the ears or use a spoon to create the shapes. *make extra and put in refrigerator to harden.
• Add eyes by dipping a toothpick into the black chocolate and placing a dot on the cows where the eyes will be, quickly place candy eyes.
• Attach the ears by dabbing toothpick in black chocolate and use as a glue.
• Attach head to wool by adding white chocolate to the back of the head and placing in the center of the wool.
• Set to dry and harden.
• Store in airtight container.