From yummy mummies to jolly jack-o-lantern Halloween cookies, browse our collection of “spooktacular” Halloween cookie recipes and ideas to find the perfect one for your next Halloween celebration. Beginners and experts alike will find fun tips and techniques for decorating Halloween cookies with easy to follow, detailed instructions to create spooky sweets that everyone will enjoy.
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Ghosts in the Graveyard Cupcakes
What a hauntingly delicious scene! It’s perfect for Halloween parties and get-togethers. Brownie pop ghosts baked with our Brownie Pops 8-Cavity Silicone Mold sit atop iced cupcakes.
The Eyes Have It Cookies
Whether it’s Halloween or just a fright night gathering, these bloodshot eyeball cookies add to the scare factor. With Sugar Sheets!™ Edible Decorating Paper and tools you create these eye-popping treats in an instant.
Halloween Dreams Cookie
Sleepy-eyed hoot owls, crafted from cookies shaped with Oval Cut-Outs, stimulate appetites and smiles aplenty. Use Color Flow Mix icings to amplify the sweetness factor and add owl-like features.
Everyone will go batty for these cookies! A pour-on covering of thinned color flow icing makes a quick and easy background for the whacky-eyed features you will add.
Jack-O-Lantern Sandwich Cookies
Jack-O-Lantern Sandwich Cookies are both sweet and tangy. Melted chocolate is added to the cookie dough and grated orange zest is added to the icing filling. Devilishly delicious!
Creepin’ Out Coffin Cookie
Creep out your Halloween party guests with these coffin-shaped cookies. Cut from our Chocolate Roll-Out Cookies Recipe using the 18-Pc. Halloween Cutter Set.
Bat Intentions Cake & Cookie
This not-so-friendly winged critter takes a menacing turn, thanks to a spooky color palette and a fearsome fondant-feature expression. Shape cookie wings in a 10 in. x 2 in Heart Pan and form the head and torso from cakes baked in Animal Crackers and Oval pans.
He's All Eyes Cookies
What a sight! He’s All Eyes cookie is decorated using Color Flow icing. This technique is simple to do. First you pipe a “dam” around the edge of the cookie, then you “flow” in thinned icing to cover the center. Let dry and add details!
This not-so-spooky character will love showing up at school parties, home celebrations and tucked in goodie bags to share with friends and neighbors. Create all his distinctive features with the ease of Color Flow Icing Mix.
Halloween Linzer Cookies
We’ve substituted chocolate buttercream icing for the traditional jam filling on these layered cookies. Mini Holiday Cutters and Orange Colored Sugar trim provide spooky holiday details.
Cat Sugar Cookie
Color flow icing gives this black cat cookie his shining coat. It’s an easy technique to master. Just remember to allow plenty of drying time whenever different colors touch.
Pumpkin Pal Cookies
Let your creativity shine! Decorate your pumpkin-shaped holiday cookies with a variety of faces from cheery to spooky.
A Chummy Mummy Cookie
If you’re feeling lonely on Halloween, bake these Chummy Mummy cookies. Everyone, especially kids, will love to drizzle the yummy mummy “wrapping” on these chocolate cookies.
Silly Pumpkin Cookie Pop
Make some 3-D Spooky Pops on a stick to serve to all those little ghouls and goblins this Halloween season. Even kids will love making these treats with the Pre-Baked Spooky Pops Cookie Kit. It has just about everything you’ll need to complete the project.
Oozing Boo Cookies
Clever BOO cutter creates cookies for your Halloween celebration that sends shivers down the spines of the bravest decorators!
Black Cat Cookies
When this black cat cookie crosses your path, it is definitely good luck!