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Whether you are planning a Halloween party or just want to do some fun seasonal baking for your children or students, these spooktacular Halloween cookie recipes are sure to be a big hit with kids (and adults) of all ages. The hardest part will be deciding which ones to bake.
We’ve searched some of our favorite blogs and found the cutest and creepiest cookie recipes to give you some inspiration. Get your ingredients and baking sheets out and make some Halloween cookies!
Spooktacular Halloween Cookies
Whether you're having a party or want to do something fun with the kids, these Halloween cookie recipes are sure to put a smile on your pumpkin's face.
These adorably spooky Spider Cookies are perfect for Halloween! Made with peanut butter cookies, marshmallow “spiderwebs,” and peanut butter cup bodies with candy eyes, these Halloween treats are fun to assemble and almost too cute to eat.
Your little ghosts and goblins will love these Halloween sugar cookies. Soft and buttery, they are topped with sweet frosting and festive orange and black sprinkles that will be perfect for celebrating all the tricks and treats this time of year.
These cute, little spooky bugs are just what you need to complete your Halloween party. Shortbread Spider Biscuits have no tricks up their sleeves - they're the perfect idea for kids' snacks or table decorations this time of year
Easy Halloween Cookie Ideas
Even if you don’t consider yourself to be much of a baker, there are loads of easy Halloween cookie ideas you could try.
Here are some of our favorite ideas for making spooktacular Halloween cookies without a lot of fuss or pastry chef-level of decorating experience.
Halloween cookie cutters– Cookie cutters make will turn a basic sugar cookie recipe into something special. Frost them or add black and orange sprinkles, and done!
M&M cookies– Make your favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe, but instead of chocolate chips, use the brown and orange M&M candies. Regular, peanut butter, or mini M&Ms are great choices.
There are lots of options for making Halloween cookies that will please a crowd or your family, whether you’re an expert baker or a novice. Try some of these fun recipes or one of your own to make your holiday the best it can be!