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Tasty Kolacky cookies can wear a Halloween disguise! These Eastern European favorites can be cut with shaped cookie cutters that suit the holiday. Pipe on jam or pastry filling before baking and add scary details after baking.
Halloween revelers beware—this Bat Puts the Bite on You. Sink your teeth into this spooky bat cake and its candy-filled cookie bag before it sinks its teeth into you.
Even your littlest ghosts can help you decorate All Hallow’s Eve Cookies. Cut cookies out with Halloween cutters and decorate with Halloween sprinkles, Color Mist Spray, and FoodWriter Edible Color Markers.
Sink your fangs into a crunchy cookie vampire, decorated with candy in screaming colors.
There’s no stopping the snacking once this Cat’s Out of the Bag. He’s cut from delicious, chocolatey fudge and decorated with melted candy. Irrisistible!
Halloween is a time for ghosts to pull out their Bag of Tricks. Serve these trick-or-treat bag cookies, complete with candies, at your Halloween party, and everyone will be “goblin” them up.
It’ll be smiles all around when you serve these cookies! Smiling pumpkin face can be decorated as shown or create your own!
This skeleton has made it Back From the Grave, and he wants to come to your Halloween party. Witches, ghosts, and monsters alike will welcome these creepy cookies.
Spooky house cookie is home to a couple of high-flying ghosts. Wilton Halloween cookie cutters and icing decorations make designs like this easy, even for beginners!
Cereal treats get dressed up for Halloween with tombstone shaped cookies and fun bobbling ghosts. Wilton Dessert Stands let you display your treats with style.
It’s easy to create a spellbinding sorcerer using rice cereal treats, shaped in our Jack-O-Lantern Pan. They’re tinted with a special Halloween glow and topped with a fun fondant face.
He’s looking a little green around the gills! Cookie dough is tinted before baking so you don’t need to ice these creature cookies. Piped buttercream icing adds the sweet details.
Single-serving pizzas take shape using our ghost cookie cutters! Build the face using olives (as shown) or cut up bits of pepperoni, cooked sausage, onions or peppers.
Cookie cutters can also be used to mold candy into fun shapes. Here we’ve topped a classic round lollipop with a Halloween cat made using one of our mini metal cutters.
Ghosts and goblins are what Halloween is all about! These spatula-iced cookies would make a fun family decorating project using candy trims and shoestring licorice.
Thinned royal icing is poured over your cookies for quick and easy decorating. It dries to a smooth finish, perfect for any details you want to add.
Orange and black nonpareils are a great way to disguise a simple sugar cookie. Wilton offers sprinkles in special color combinations and shapes to suit all your favorite holidays.
And next up at bat…a chocolate iced cupcake with chocolate cookie wings! The combination provides twice the treat, twice the fun.
If you don’t have the skull cookie cutter, the shape it fairly easy to cut using a paring knife.
Jack-O-Lantern goes undercover! Thinned orange icing is poured on for quick coverage.