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Easy Halloween Cookie Ideas
No Bake Spider Cookies - Easy Halloween Cookie Ideas
The easiest way to make Halloween cookies is to use the No Bake Method. In other words, decorate an already baked cookie. It is really easy, it's fun as can be and you can make your cookie scary or funny with out all the muss and fuss of baking. Look at this spider cookie as an example of easy Halloween cookie decorating ideas. It was so easy to make, and it was fun, and it looks great! Have a blast making holiday cookies with your kids this year.
You will also find some fun Halloween cookie serving trays and cookie cutters on this lens. Make the cookies, then serve them up Halloween style! When your kids say, "Trick or Treat", you will be ready for them.
Here's What You Need For Your Easy Halloween Cookie Ideas
The Ingredients Are...
Hi...so you are going to make these fun and easy cookies...great. Here's what you are going to need...Oreo's...nummy! Pretzels or licorice for the legs, Some gel or icing that will work like craft glue and hold your spooky cookie creation together, some candies to use as decorations. Skittles, M&Ms and candies like that or chocolate chips all work well as eyes. Sounds fun and easy...right? Plus you get to eat everything that's left over when all the cookies are decorated.
- Pretzels or Licorice
- Gel or Icing
- Candies - Skittles, M&Ms, Chocolate Chips
Now Rip Your Oreo Apart...Sounds Scary, Doesn't It? - Scary Cookie Making Ideas
Okay, they are not really scary cookie making ideas. You have to pull your oreo cookie apart, but it's not like your killing it...I always rip my oreos apart when I eat them so I can get the creamy center first! So, now you have your cookies apart. Then you get your pretzel or licorice ready to put inside...part of it is going inside and the rest is going to stick outside so it looks like spider legs. You can add a little bit of that extra icing we talked about inside to really hold down the legs or you can just put the cookie back together using the creamy filling as glue.
It's Time To Make The Cookie Eyes
Your cookie is now back together and it has legs....AAAAHHHHH...okay, it's still not really scary, but I am having fun pretending it is. So now you are going to make eyeballs on your cookie. Put two dabs of white icing on your cookie where you want the eyes to be. When you have that set you are going to stick two candy circles on your cookie...one candy on each dab of white.
The Finished Easy To Make Decorated No Bake Halloween Cookie
Here is the picture of the finished, decorated Halloween Cookie. I hope you enjoyed this very simple tutorial on how to decorate a store bought cookie so it makes a great addition to your Halloween party food table. And it's so much fun to play with food like this, I don't know why we don't just do it all year long! Take some pictures of your masterpiece cookies when you're done...they are going to look great in your family's scrapbook!
Get A Spooky Tray Or Plate To Put Your Halloween Cookies On
My favorite Halloween serving tray is a little bit expensive, but I think it's worth the money. I love Halloween and the decorations I find to make my place look as festive as possible in October. I know you are going to love this tray too...and like me, you can wait to see if it goes on sale. I have to tell you, mine did not. So I ended up paying full price for it and I am still happy I got it. Now, that's real love cause I love, love, love to get stuff on sale. I am a thrifty witch!
Check out the cookies on a Halloween decorated paper plate...they look great...but I still love my tray best. See the picture below and let me know if you like it too!
Cute Halloween Serving Trays - Won't Those Easy To Make Spider Cookies Look Great On This
Your decorated cookies or any other creepy Halloween recipes you prepared will look great on a decorated serving tray...like the one's you see below. There are also some other fun ideas for serving spooky party foods you might like!
Halloween Milk Glasses For Your Cookies
Halloween cookies deserve some very special glasses for the milk that goes with them. How about these fun glass ideas...
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Halloween Cookie Making Tools
Cookie cutters and more for Halloween.
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What's your secret to making the best ever Halloween cookies? I'd love to hear how you make your holiday treats.