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Halloween Cookies

Updated on October 30, 2013

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!

Happy Baking!

Spooky Halloween Eyeballs - Chocolate Covered Peanutbutter Balls

Spooky Halloween Eyeballs - Chocolate Covered Peanutbutter Balls
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.

Halloween Pumpkin Balls - with some friends

Halloween Pumpkin Balls - with some friends
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

Spooky Chocolate Spiders
Spooky Chocolate Spiders

Halloween Sprinkles

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.

What do you serve at a Halloween Party?

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      Deb Kingsbury 5 years ago from Flagstaff, Arizona

      Well, I've never actually hosted my own Halloween party, but I've been to many, and I often just buy something at the store to bring to the potluck. But I love those spider cookies. I'll be needing to bring something desserty to a Halloween party this year, so I'll be back for that recipe.

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      E L Seaton 6 years ago from Virginia

      Some of those treats are spooky looking but not so scary I won't take a bit out of all of them. Great looking stuff!

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      Ann 6 years ago from Yorkshire, England

      these look amazing - angel blessed and it will feature on my squid angels road trip to halloween when I get it finished.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Hi chemknitsblog,

      I enjoyed your lense. I'll try those 'spooky witches fingers' for sure, they look great!

      Thanks for the inspiration. :)

      N T T

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      jackieb99 6 years ago

      Ooohhh...scary fingers!

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      tiff0315 6 years ago

      Mummy fingers! Little smokies wrapped up in a crescent. Yummy!

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      Lironah 6 years ago

      Some day I'll get ambitious enough to try some of this stuff. Probably once the kids are tall enough to help.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I love these cookies, it would be so much to eat them with kids. Great cookies!