Who doesn’t have fond childhood memories of eating Mini Burger Cookies at school? If you don’t, or if you just want to pass on the joy to your little, we’ve secured the easiest and most authentic recipe that definitely pays homage to ’80s and ’90s kids everywhere. We remember feeling super excited when anyone brought these into a classroom, and these yummy and fun to look at little treats will give your kiddos major bonus points at school. We usually prefer to make these with Girl Scout Thin Mints, but they aren’t always in season (whhhhhy?!?!) so we’ve found that Keebler Grasshopper Cookies are an excellent replacement.
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1. In separate two separate bowls mix the vanilla frosting together with the red and yellow gel food coloring, this will be your mustard and ketchup. Place each color in a Ziploc bag and cut a small hole in the corner of each, set aside.
2. Place 1 cup of shredded coconut in a Ziploc bag with the green gel food coloring and toss the bag to coat. Add more food coloring as needed, until the shredded coconut is green. This will be your lettuce, set aside
3. Squeeze one dot of frosting from the “ketchup” bag onto the underside of two cookies. Stack a Keebler Grasshopper Cookie on top of a Nilla Wafer and top with the “ketchup” and “mustard”. Garnish with the shredded coconut and sandwich with another wafer cookie.
4. Repeat this process until you have your desired number of cookies. Serve to littles!