Eerie-sistible Halloween Cookies

This spellbinding assortment of spooky sweets is guaranteed to conjure up some holiday fun!

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Witch Finger Cookies

You won't be able to keep your hands off these creepy butter cookies — even though a dip in raspberry jam makes them look like a pile of detached fingers!

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Meringue Bones

The secret to these dreadfully delicious, fruit-filled cookies is handling your meringue with care. When piping, be sure to squeeze only from the top of the bag — you don’t want to pop the air bubbles that have been incorporated into your egg whites during mixing!

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Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

It’s time to dig up your gingerbread person cookie cutter and disguise chocolatey cut-out cookies as friendly graveyard skeletons!

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Halloween Sugar Cookies

These festive cut-out cookies are all treat, no trick!

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Spooky Peanut Butter Spider Cookies

Chocolate and peanut are a classic pair — just like Halloween and eight-legged critters. These cookies bring both duos together by topping freshly baked peanut butter cookies with spiders made from halved malt balls and piped chocolate.

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Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Whoopie Pies

Are they cakes or are they cookies? Who cares?! One bite of these sweet, black-and-orange treats and you’ll be under their spell!

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Tie-Dye Halloween Sugar Cookies

These colorful cookies are the perfect addition to any psychedelic Halloween party.

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Candy Bucket Cookies

Who says you have to put all the candy into trick-or-treaters buckets? Chopped up candy bars also make the perfect mix-in for these easy-to-make drop cookies.

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Haunted Gingerbread House

Forget monsters under the bed; this entire house is haunted! Use candy melts to add the ghastly details — white chocolate cobwebs, ominous black windows, and a fanged front door — and as the glue to keep the monster inside!

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Spiced Pumpkin Raisin Cookies

Like a secret potion straight from the witch’s cauldron, ground spices and creamy pumpkin puree will transform ordinary oatmeal raisin cookies — right before your eyes!

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Screaming Spice Cookies

You don’t need a special cookie cutter to make these Halloween cookies. Remove the top and bottom of a clean tuna can then pinch the sides together, until the shape resembles a skull. Genius!

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Pumpkin Thumbprints

Pumpkin puree, fragrant baking spices and a sweet cream cheese filling: what’s not to love about these easy-to-make cookies?

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Ghastly Meringues

These scary-delicious treats are frightfully simple to make. You only need 4 ingredients and 20 minutes of prep time!

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