If your kids are in love with Chase, Rubble, Zuma, Rocky, Skye, and Marshall and you are hosting a Paw Patrol party, these Rainbow Paw Patrol Cookies ‘n Cream Paws will make the perfect treats or party favors.
My friend’s kids are huge fans of Paw Patrol and she asked me to help her create some simple treats she could use at her daughter’s birthday party. Of course, I was happy to help.
Being I don’t have little ones running around my house my friend had to fill me in on the characters from the show. If you have young kids, I can assume you are already familiar with these furry heroes.
Each of the characters wears a brightly colored uniform and wears a special dog tag.
As one might suspect a paw print is part of the logo design and I just happen to have a silicone paw print mold. I knew it would be perfect to make some cute treats and party favors for my friend’s Paw Patrol party.
She loved the idea so we got to work and melted red, yellow, orange, green, blue, pink, and white Candy Melts. Then we painted the molds using the rainbow of colors and poured in some white chocolate. We sprinkled on some Oreo Cookie pieces to add a nice balance of flavor to the treats.
Then we packaged them up in clear cellophane bags and printed out some tags to add the final touch.
You can find the printable paw patrol tags at Oh, My Fiesta.
Watch the video tutorial to see how easy these rainbow colored Cookies ‘n Cream Paws are to make for your own Paw Patrol party.
- I love to melt small quantities of a variety of colored Candy Melts in an electric skillet. I fill the skillet with about 2 inches of water, turn on the heat to the WARM setting, then pour the candy melts into mason jars and set the jars in the water. The candy melts slowly and can be kept melted all day long. For more details see my Chocolate Making Tips page.
- You will only need 1 ounce of each colored Candy Melts to make 24 of these Cookies ‘n Cream Paws so you could place them in small ramekins and only fill the skillet with an inch of water.
- To keep the larger quantity of white Candy Melts melted, I used a Wilton Melting Pot. I heated the candy on low, stirring often, until melted, then kept it warm in the pot.
- Use food use only paint brushes to paint the candy into the molds. For a detailed tutorial on painting molds with candy melts see my Chocolate Making Tips page.
- Paint or dab a thick amount of colored candy into the mold. You don’t want to see any of the mold through the candy.
- To make 24 paw prints you can use one or two candy molds. (If you use the link below the price is for one mold even though they show two molds in the picture).
You can find the items needed to make these Rainbow Paw Patrol Cookies ‘n Cream Paws at Amazon.com (commission earned for sales).
- 1 ounce red Candy Melts, melted
- 1 ounce yellow Candy Melts, melted
- 1 ounce blue Candy Melts, melted
- 1 ounce green Candy Melts, melted
- 1 ounce orange Candy Melts, melted
- 1 ounce bright pink Candy Melts, melted
- 24 ounces White Candy Melts, melted
- 12 Oreo Cookies, broken into small pieces
Paint the pad and toes in each paw print mold with the colored candy melts, making 4 paws with each of the six colors.
Pop the molds in the freezer for 2-3 minutes until the colored candy hardens.
Remove and let the molds sit at room temperature for about 10 minutes.
Then fill one paw print about three quarters full of white candy melts.
Immediately sprinkle on enough cookie pieces to cover the surface.
Repeat filling all the paw prints.
Freeze for 15-20 minutes until the candy hardens.
Remove from the freezer and push the candy out of the molds.
Let you candies sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes before packaging them in clear cellophane bags or simply arrange them on a serving platter or in a candy dish for your Paw Patrol party.
Rainbow Paw Patrol Cookies ‘n Cream Paws
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