Whoooo Wants Halloween Cookies?

October 28th, 2010 by Paula Ivancicts

It’s hard to believe that Halloween is quickly approaching. This time of year brings cooler weather and more baking! Who doesn’t love homemade cookies?

Halloween Cookies
My daughter and I recently made cookies using the Halloween Cutter Set. I’ve always enjoyed working in the kitchen with my daughter. We have been baking together since she was a little girl. She now has her own rolling pin and can roll out dough, cut the cookies, decorate them with sprinkles and/or icings alongside me as some dough consistencies will require a little help.

Halloween Cookies

Here are some of my rolled out cookies on parchment paper. I think parchment paper is one of life’s greatest inventions for the kitchen!

Halloween Cookies

We decorated the cookies using cookie icings and sprinkles. The cookie icings come in a variety of colors and are so easy to use! A little goes a long way and it is super easy for all ages! Pop it in the microwave for a few seconds and it’s ready.

Halloween Cookies

Here are some of the cookies my helper made.

Halloween Cookies

And here are some of the cookies I made using the cookie icings, sprinkles, and the FoodWriter™ Markers.

Have fun baking cookies with the special ones in your life. Browse our collection of “spooktacular” Halloween cookie ideas to find the perfect one for your Halloween celebration!

Paula Ivancicts Paula's love of creating things and using Wilton products started in high school when she began making candy. She even made a speech on cake decorating! Paula enjoys candy making, baking, cooking, crafting, and sharing her interests with her two daughters and her grill-master husband. Paula's favorite part of candy making and baking is sharing her treats with friends, family and co-workers and believes chocolate makes everything better! Paula is a Wilton Customer Service Key Account Rep.

One Reply

  1. the finger says:

    i want it…..

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    The uses are only limited by your imagination – just stick and slip.

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