Halloween Cookie Recipes
I take Halloween seriously. I love to make my own costumes, decorate my home, and bake a number of Halloween assorted treats.
In this lens, I will share with you pictures from my latest Halloween Cookie escapade. All of the Halloween cookie recipes that I recommend this lens are recipes that I have tested out myself, so I can say that they are worth the time it takes to create them!
Spooky Halloween Eyeballs - Chocolate Covered Peanutbutter Balls
I am a fan of Allrecipes.com for all of my recipe needs. The Halloween themed cookies I used are all based on recipes I found on this website. All of the recipes I've shared here are ones that I've made myself, so I am confident in these recommendations.
- Black Cat Cookies Recipe
You pinch the top of these chocolate cookies to make the ears, and then candy corn and red hot candies make the nose and eyes for these adorable cat cookies.
- Spooky Witches Fingers Recipe
These finger shaped cookies have an almond nail held on by a bit of red gel frosting. The spritz cookie dough is really easy to manipulate, and a hint of almond extract gives them a great taste.
- Halloween Popcorn Pumpkins Recipe
Orange popcorn balls with candy corn, peanuts are a delicious treat!
- Chocolate Spiders Recipe
I'm not sure if these count as a cookie, but they are chow mein noodles covered in chocolate. These are very addictive!
- Holiday Spritz Cookies Recipe
I made these simple cookies with orange food coloring, dipped them in semi-sweet chocolate and covered the chocolate with Halloween Themed Sprinkles.
- Spooky Halloween Eyeballs Recipe
These are chocolate covered peanut butter balls. White chocolate decorated with red food coloring give these tasty treats a spooky appearance.
Halloween Pumpkin Balls - with some friends
Halloween Cookie Cutters
I didn't use any cookie cutters to create the Halloween Cookies shown in this lens. But you can create a wider variety of shapes (in less time) by using these Halloween themed cookie cutters.
Spooky Chocolate Spiders
Turn simple shaped cookies into Halloween Goodies by using Halloween Sprinkles! I took advantage of orange and black, bone shaped, bat shaped, pumpkin shaped and eyeball shaped sprinkles on the cookies shown in this lens.