Hamburger Cookies

I got the idea for these adorable cookies from my friend Rachel. She’s always doing fun things with her girls and is just generally an awesome resource for delightful kiddo entertainment. I gave my kids a simple demo and then let them do the rest. They LOVED making (and eating!) these cookies! Easy, delicious and super cute!

Hamburger Cookies - Bakerlady

First you’ll need a box of Nilla Wafers, a package of dipped Oreos and two tubes of frosting (one red, one green). You could also use Peppermint Patties, Grasshopper Cookies or (during Girl Scout season) Thin Mints. I really liked the taste of the dipped Oreos though. Besides, not everyone likes mint…but who doesn’t LOVE Oreos?

Hamburger Cookies - Bakerlady

I gave each kid a frosting tube and put small star tips on the ends. One did three red ketchup swooshes, the other got to do the lettuce green swipes in between the red ones. You can also do yellow for mustard, and/or top with tinted coconut for lettuce instead of the green frosting – but each kid having a tube and assembly line simplicity worked really well for my two munchkins.

Hamburger Cookies - Bakerlady

Stick the Oreo together between two Nilla wafers with a little dab of frosting on the bottom.

Hamburger Cookies - Bakerlady

Done.

Hamburger Cookies - Bakerlady

Adorable hamburger cookies for your next BBQ. The entire plate was devoured. My kids were so proud of their creations!

Hamburger Cookies - Bakerlady

Print Recipe for Hamburger Cookies

Hamburger Cookies

20 vanilla wafer cookies
10 dipped Oreo cookies
1 (4.25 ounce) Betty Crocker red decorator frosting
1 (4.25 ounce) Betty Crocker green decorator frosting

Directions

For each burger you will need two vanilla wafers as the buns. Place a small dot of frosting on the bottom bun and then place your Oreo cookie on top to look like a hamburger patty.
Make three dots of red frosting on top of the cookie to look like the tomato or ketchup, then three dots of the green frosting to look like lettuce. Finish by placing second vanilla wafer on top as the top burger bun.

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Comments

  1. Melinda says:

    What a fantastic idea! My son loves burgers, we will be making these for his birthday for sure! Thanks for the great post.

  2. Jean Horstman says:

    Hi, I am a recent subscriber to your website, and am wondering if you have sugar free, diabetic friendly recipes? I would be most appreciative for any recipes for appetizers, main dishes as well as desserts.

    Thank you, Jean Horstman Ā 

    • Welcome Jean! I don’t have any recipes that are specifically diabetic/sugar free as I don’t have anyone in my immediate family with those needs. My sister is a type 1 diabetic who frequently makes my recipes. I’ll check with her if there are things she substitutes, or if she just adjusts her insulin accordingly.

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