These Halloween cookies recipes include everything from simple sugar cookies and pumpkin Halloween cookies to gross Halloween spider cookies. So whether you're making Halloween cookies for a Halloween party, for a class at school, or just for your family, there's a recipe here that will fit your needs.
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These Halloween cookies are soft sugar cookies, decorated with orange colored sugar and chocolate sprinkles. This recipe is not only easy enough for the kids to make, it's fun and tastes great, too.
These Halloween spider cookies are made with crispy rice cereal, held together with a paste of peanut butter, raisins and honey. The legs for these spider cookies are black licorice.
I'm not sure you can call making this recipe cooking, because there's no heating or mixing involved. In fact, this Halloween cookie recipe is so simple, even preschoolers can make it!
These chocolate Halloween cookies may have less butter than typical thumbprint cookies, but they taste every bit as soft and delicious. The candy corn pieces make a nice change from jelly as a filling for these Halloween cookies.
These Halloween cookies make a perfect party treat for an orange-and-black-themed Halloween party. The cookies start with a white cake mix, which makes it easy to tint them orange with food coloring. I like to use dark Hershey kisses for this Halloween cookies recipe, but feel free to go with milk chocolate if that's what you prefer.