Feel like making Halloween cookies? Here are some that are quick and easy. I needed easy after my Epic Fall Fail Cake.

My first idea was to make chocolate croissants in the shape of a pumpkin. Then I watched a YouTube video on how to make croissants and quickly changed my mind. I decided I’d make sugar cookies instead and add chocolate.

My kids told me I should stick with boxed mixes so I decided to listen to them this time.

I carefully cut-out two cookies with the same shape. Over and over and over...

After I took this picture I realized I had never made sugar cookies with cookie cutters. I know, pretty pathetic.

[/caption]When they were done baking I loaded one cookie of each shape with chocolate bits. My grandmother used to put chocolate bits on a Ritz cracker and stick it in the microwave for a few seconds. Salt and sweet all in one bite. Delicious.

Let it melt for a minute and then smooth all that choclatey goodness over the cookie

Put the two cookies together and decorate. Easy peasy. If you’re questioning my spelling of peasy… I looked it up in the Urban Dictionary. It originates from a british TV commercial for Lemon Squeezy detergent. FYI.

I had some kindergarteners come to my house and decorate these cookies for me. Not really. It was me.

Okay, it’s not exactly Pioneer Woman’s level of cooking or photography but they’re tasty and did I mention easy? Happy Halloween!


Comments to "Halloween Cookies"

  1. the Provident Woman

    October 17, 2011

    So cute! I was just thinking about making cookies. My husband and I were talking about it last night. I’ve never thought of the chocolate chip cookies on top of a warm cookie. That does sound good. I’ll have to try it.

  2. Krista

    October 19, 2011

    I hope they turn out delicious. Happy Halloween!

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    October 20, 2011

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