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The 100+ Best Halloween Cookies Recipes

Halloween isn't just about candies and chocolates. The spooky season is also the best time to indulge in some splendid cookies. Kids and kids-at-heart will enjoy munching on these baked - and some no-bake - delights that will tickle their fancy and give them a good scare.

Bring out your creative side when decorating these Halloween cookies with kooky colors and daffy designs. Spiders, witches, monsters, or even black cats - this frightful list of 100+ recipe ideas will wow family and friends at your dessert table. These fanciful cookies also make great bag stuffers for trick-or-treaters at your door.

Find these 100+ recipe ideas in the following:

1.Spooky Spider Cookies
2. Halloween Party Cutout Cookies
3. Halloween Peanut Butter Cookie Pops
4. Decorated Cookies
5. Halloween Eyeball Cookies
6. Pumpkin Spice Cutouts
7. Haunted Cookie House
8. Witches’ Hats
9. Halloween Oreo Pops #1
10. Candy Corn Cookies
11. Broom Cookies
12. Halloween Ghost Cookies
13. Chocolate Monster Cookies
14. Soft Sugar Cookies: Halloween Style
15. Backside Black Cat Cookies
16. Nutter Butter Halloween Bat Cookies
17. Cookie Skulls and Pumpkin Sugar Cookie Cutouts
18. Owl Cookies
19. Spider Oreo Balls
20. Orange and Black Cookies and Cream Halloween Magic Bars
21. Tombstone Treats
22. Bats Flying Across the Moon Cookies
23. Halloween Skeleton Cookies
24. Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Cookies
25. Halloween Mickey Mouse Oreo Cookies
26. Kiss From a Vampire Cookies
27. Chocolate Mocha Mummy Cookies
28. Pumpkin Cookies III
29. Paleo Witch Finger Cookies
30. Haunted Cookie Houses
31. Freaky Frankenstein Cookies
32. Skull Cookies
33. Pumpkin Sugar Cookies
34. Chocolate Caramel Cockroach Cookie
35. Wacky Monster Cookies
36. Ghost Shortbread Cookies
37. Spiced Chocolate Bat Cookies
38. Oreo Devils
39. Halloween Sugar Cookie Bars
40. Halloween Piñata Cookies
41. Halloween Night Cookie Puzzle
42. Trick-or-Treater Sugar Cookies
43. Halloween Ghosties
44. Mummy Cookies
45. Peanut Butter Cup Spider Cookies
46. Boo-rific Kisses
47. Dracula Dentures
48. Voodoo Doll Cookie
49. Candy Corn Sugar Cookie Bars
50. Easy Mummy Halloween Cookies
51. Autumn Leaf Cutouts
52. Oreo Spider Webs
53. Owl Cookies
54. Chocolate Candy Corn Cookies
55. Halloween Monster Cookies
56. Eyeball Cookies
57. Black Cat Cookies
58. Bloody Skeleton S’mores
59. Mummy Pie Pops
60. Witch Cookies Filled With Candy
61. Maple Shortbread Cookies
62. Magnifying Glass Cookies
63. Hocus Pocus Cauldron Sugar Cookies
64. Spiderweb Cookie Cake
65. Monster Oreo Cookies
66. Haunted Cookie House
67. Monster Cookies
68. Oats and Pumpkin Pinwheels
69. Ghost Cookie Pops
70. Nutella Fudge Witch Hats
71. Day of the Dead Cookies
72. Death by Halloween Cookies
73. Jack-O-Lantern Cookies
74. Melted Witch Cookies
75. Witch Finger Cookies
76. Pumpkin Cookie Pops
77. Haunted House Cookies
78. Werewolf Cookies
79. Easy Halloween Vegan Cookies
80. Candy-filled Black Cat Cookies
81. Bones & Blood
82. Sandwich Cookie Eyeballs
83. Silly Decorated Monster Cookies

84. Vampire Sugar Cookies for Halloween
85. Zombie Cookies
86. Gingerbread Skeletons
87. Coffin Sandwich Cookies
88. Jack Skellington Cookies
89. Candy-Filled Cauldron Cookies
90. Gluten-Free Halloween Sugar Cookies
91. Halloween Chocolate Cookie Pops
92. Halloween Monster Decorated Sugar Cookies
93. Wicked Witch Cookies
94. Cookie Monster Cookies
95. 5-Minute Sweet and Salty Cookies
96. 6-Ingredient Cake Mix Halloween Monster Cookies
97. Friday the 13th Jason Cookies
98. Dulce de Leche Bat Cookies
99. 3-D Cookie Googly Eyes
100. Halloween Pinwheel Cookies
101. Cursed Cookies
102. Monster Mash Cookies

1. Spooky Spider Cookies

This spider cookie recipe is unbelievably quick and easy, with just 4 ingredients needed. Creepy crawlies will be a hit at your Halloween cookie bar.

Find Recipe here at BettyCrocker

2. Halloween Party Cutout Cookies

With an assorted set of Halloween cookie cutters, whip up a batch of these cutout cookies paired with a sweet frosting you can color up in various hues.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

3. Halloween Peanut Butter Cookie Pops

What’s better than peanut butter cookies? Peanut butter cookies with a candy bar surprise in the middle! Each bite will be combustion of sweet, buttery flavors.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

4. Decorated Cookies

Use ready-made cookie dough, so you get more time to decorate. Frost these cookies with Frankenstein’s face, a devilish scowl, or a smiling pumpkin. Either way, you’ll enjoy making these treats.

Find Recipe here at WOMAN'S DAY KITCHEN

5. Halloween Eyeball Cookies

There are no blind spots with this creepy Halloween cookie recipe that stares at you straight in the eye. Paint in details like the veins and cornea for a more realistic, chilling effect.

Find Recipe here at Chef Dee

6. Pumpkin Spice Cutouts

Here’s a recipe for simple yet appetizing Halloween cookies to make with toddlers. Your kids will enjoy cutting and coloring each pumpkin-molded cookie with its attractive, bright orange glow.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

7. Haunted Cookie House

This Haunted Cookie House will bring out the artist in you. Everyone will adore this creative cookie display that looks like a real-life sculpture.

Find Recipe here at WOMAN'S DAY KITCHEN

8. Witches’ Hats

Have a wicked time when you’re zapping a batch of these quirky Witches’ Hats cookies. Easy to make and fun to color, you’ll love bagging these treats for all Hallow’s eve.

Find Recipe here at Allrecipes

9. Halloween Oreo Pops #1

There’s nothing more delectable than a spider, a skeleton, Frankenstein, or a monster Oreo cookie pop on a stick. Let loads of fun be unleashed at your next spooky-themed party.

Find Recipe here at Chelseasmessyapron

10. Candy Corn Cookies

Candy corn’s a Halloween staple that everybody loves. Likewise, everyone’s also going to fall in love with these buttery Candy Corn Cookies that look even better than the real thing.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

11. Broom Cookies

Pretzel sticks and peanut butter cookie mix go hand-in-hand to make the perfect witches’ Broom Cookies. This is a fun sugar biscuit you can enjoy making with kids in the kitchen.

Find Recipe here at Womansday

12. Halloween Ghost Cookies

 

Have a boo-rific night serving these ghoulish Halloween Ghost Cookies. Hack this design easily with a tulip-shaped cookie cutter faced upside down, and voila – the perfect treat!

Find Recipe here at Allrecipes

13. Chocolate Monster Cookies

This chocolate chip cookie takes a while to make but oh so worth it for the giggles when the kids see their goodies with googly eyes staring back at them.

Find Recipe here at Selfproclaimedfoodie

https://selfproclaimedfoodie.com/chocolate-monster-cookies/

 

14. Soft Sugar Cookies: Halloween Style

Soft sugar cookies are all the rage this season. Flavor these cookies with lemon, vanilla, or almond, and paint each cookie with kooky, fun faces the kids will enjoy.

Find Recipe here at Familyfreshmeals

https://www.familyfreshmeals.com/2011/10/soft-sugar-cookie-recipe-halloween-style.html


15. Backside Black Cat Cookies
There won’t be any cat-astrophe in your Halloween party with these Backside Black Cat Cookies. This dark chocolate dipped treat is also suitable for cat-themed parties for feline fanatics.

Find Recipe here at Hungryhappenings

https://hungryhappenings.com/backside-black-cat-cookies-halloween-recipe/


16. Nutter Butter Halloween Bat Cookies

You’ll bat for this inventive Halloween cookie recipe that brings together your favorites – chocolate and peanut butter - into one delectable bite.

Recipe here at Dinner4two

https://dinner4two.com/holidays/nutter-butter-halloween-bat-cookies/


17. Cookie Skulls and Pumpkin Sugar Cookie Cutouts

Bring out the colors and flavors of Mexico’s Day of the Dead with these frosted sugar cookies enhanced with bright designs that will cheer the kids instead of scaring them.

Find Recipe here at Womansday

https://www.womansday.com/food-recipes/food-drinks/a23569445/cookie-skulls-and-pumpkin-sugar-cookie-cutouts-recipe/


18. Owl Cookies

Have a hootin’ tootin’ time with these delightful Owl Cookies. With cashew halves for beaks and M&Ms chocolates for eyes, you’ll enjoy munching on these adorable owls.

Click here to get the recipe

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/10052/owl-cookies/


19. Spider Oreo Balls

These amusing arachnids will only crawl into your heart with their big black and white eyes and long licorice legs. The kids will want to help you assemble these Halloween spider cookies.

Recipe here at Chelseasmessyapron

https://www.chelseasmessyapron.com/easy-spider-oreo-balls-candy-corn-punch/


20. Orange and Black Cookies and Cream Halloween Magic Bars

Bite into this ooey gooey goodness that’s filled with the magic and colors of Halloween. Your dessert platter will instantly run out of this sumptuous treat.

Find Recipe here at Hungryhappenings

https://hungryhappenings.com/halloween-magic-bars-cookies-and-cream/


21. Tombstone Treats

Rice krispies treats as Halloween cookies? You bet! You’ll enjoy writing out words and other details on the tombstones or adding in more décor on the rice krispies.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/tombstone-treats/


22. Bats Flying Across the Moon Cookies

Undoubtedly one of the most creative Halloween cookies we’ve found. Use a round cookie cutter or a stylized one like this moon-shaped cookie cutter and easily add in the bats.

Find Recipe here at Womansday

https://www.womansday.com/food-recipes/food-drinks/recipes/a11390/bats-flying-across-the-moon-cookies-recipe-122707/


23. Halloween Skeleton Cookies

Shape this fuss-free cookie with a Gingerbread Man cookie cutter. Make your baking session an interactive playdate for your kids and their friends with this easy-to-do recipe.

Find Recipe here at Allrecipes

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/260693/halloween-skeleton-cookies/


24. Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Cookies

For those counting calories, this low-carb, sugar-free recipe will let you scrunch away without feeling the guilt. Everyone will be reaching out for these munchies, both kids and adults alike!

Find Recipe here at Alldayidreamaboutfood

https://alldayidreamaboutfood.com/low-carb-chocolate-peanut-butter-spider-cookies


25. Halloween Mickey Mouse Oreo Cookies

Transform your favorite Disney star into various Halloween characters like a vampire, a mummy, or Frankenstein. Pastry fanatics will love the challenge of this inventive Halloween cookie recipe.

Recipe here at Hungryhappenings

https://hungryhappenings.com/halloween-mickey-mouse-oreo-cookies


26. Kiss From a Vampire Cookies

You’ll want to sink in your teeth into this raspberry-filled cookie that needs no fancy decorating. Almond and vanilla complement the buttery flavor of this cookie to make one delectable goodie.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/kiss-from-a-vampire-cookies/


27. Chocolate Mocha Mummy Cookies

Here’s a Halloween treat for the adults who need their cuppa joe always. A mummy-shaped cookie flavored with coffee and drizzled with sweet vanilla that the adults can’t get enough of.

Find Recipe here at Bettycrocker

https://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/chocolate-mocha-mummy-cookies/4004d754-6342-46cb-b853-7912ec458898


28. Pumpkin Cookies III

Halloween cookies don’t need any decoration at all when they taste this good. With a sweet and semi-spicy pumpkin base, round out this treat with your sugar icing of choice.

Find Recipe here at Allrecipes

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/10671/pumpkin-cookies-iii/


29. Paleo Witch Finger Cookies

This recipe may be vegan, but it still bursts a wide variety of flavors like honey, coconut oil, strawberry, and almonds, that even non-vegan eaters will love it.

Find Recipe here at Foodfaithfitness

https://www.foodfaithfitness.com/paleo-witch-finger-cookies/


30. Haunted Cookie Houses

Create these charming Haunted Cookie Houses as bag toppers or centerpieces for Halloween night. You’ll love coming up with different designs for each cookie.

Find Recipe here at Hungryhappenings

https://hungryhappenings.com/haunted-cookie-houses/


31. Freaky Frankenstein Cookies

Let the big, green man come alive. With a basic rectangular cookie cutter, you can shape Frankenstein’s head easily and add in more details with black and white sprinkles.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/freaky-frankenstein-cookies/

 

32. Skull Cookies

Make heads turn with this easy but delectable recipe. A good quality plastic cookie mold comes in handy when you make batches of these tasty Skull Cookies.

Find Recipe here at Womansday

https://www.womansday.com/food-recipes/food-drinks/recipes/a11323/skull-cookies-recipe-123691/


33. Pumpkin Sugar Cookies

Showcase the colors and sights of Fall with these pumpkin-shaped and leaf-shaped cookies that you can paint with warm autumn colors.

Find Recipe here at Allrecipes

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/240303/pumpkin-sugar-cookies/


34. Chocolate Caramel Cockroach Cookie

Expect lots of gasps and giggles from guests when they see this odd-shaped morsel. Chocolate on the outside and caramel on the inside, you’ll be surprised how delightful this cookie is.

Recipe here at Instructables

https://www.instructables.com/Chocolate-Caramel-Cockroach-Cookie/


35. Wacky Monster Cookies

With just basic cookie cutter shapes and a whole lot of candy corn, marshmallows, and licorice, you’ll love making faces for your monsters, especially with the kids around.

Find Recipe here at Pillsbury

https://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/wacky-monster-cookies/dd609238-cb82-480c-9bb2-25ae514551ec


36. Ghost Shortbread Cookies

Do something different with ghost-themed cookies by designing them like the menacing ghosts from Pac-Man the game. All you’ll need is a tulip-shaped cookie cutter to cut out your ghosts.

Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/ghost-shortbread-cookies/

 

37. Spiced Chocolate Bat Cookies

You’ll go batty with this cardamom-and-cinnamon-spiced chocolate cookie. It will surely be a hit for adults looking for something with a balanced flavor of sweet and savory.

Find Recipe here at Womansday

https://www.womansday.com/food-recipes/food-drinks/recipes/a40295/spiced-chocolate-bat-cookies-recipe-clx1014/


38. Oreo Devils

Paint the town red with this rascally delightful batch of Oreo Devil cookies. This recipe is a great idea for Halloween cookies to make with toddlers and other mischievous kids.

Find Recipe here at Allrecipes

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/268883/oreo-devils/


39. Halloween Sugar Cookie Bars

Simple to bake and fun to decorate, these Halloween Sugar Cookie Bars will catch everyone’s attention. You can easily wrap them up to give away for eager trick-or-treaters knocking on your door.

Find Recipe here at Cupcakediariesblog

https://www.cupcakediariesblog.com/halloween-sugar-cookie-bars-30-days-of-halloween-day-1/


40. Halloween Piñata Cookies

Here’s one coffin you’ll love opening. This two-layered Halloween cookie recipe lets you open it up to discover hidden treats – like M&Ms chocolates – inside its inner compartment.

Find Recipe here at Justjennrecipes

http://justjennrecipes.com/halloween-pinata-cookies/


41. Halloween Night Cookie Puzzle

This is like a cookie canvas that lets you paint it like a work of art. With a design so dazzling, it’s no wonder you’ll just want to stare at it more than eating it.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/halloween-night-cookie-puzzle/


42. Trick-or-Treater Sugar Cookies

This adorably quirky Halloween sugar cookie is a wonderful gift for the kids. Customize the trick-or-treaters with other candy shapes to give them a personal touch.

Find Recipe here at Womansday

https://www.womansday.com/food-recipes/food-drinks/a23301516/trick-or-treater-sugar-cookies/


43. Halloween Ghosties

This 3-ingredient recipe just needs white chocolate, ready-made peanut butter cookies, and chocolate chips and you’re all set. Have the kids around to help you with a fun family activity.

Find Recipe here at Allrecipes

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/229106/halloween-ghosties/


44. Mummy Cookies

With no-bake ingredients needed, you can instantly form mummies just from Pepperidge Farms Milano biscuits, white chocolate chips, and black sprinkles.

Find Recipe here at Chelseasmessyapron

https://www.chelseasmessyapron.com/mummy-milanos/


45. Peanut Butter Cup Spider Cookies

These Halloween spider cookies are so unbelievably easy to make. A Reese’s Peanut Butter cup is all it takes to give the spider a 3D body effect, with chocolate frosting to give it legs.

Find Recipe here at Cupcakediariesblog

https://www.cupcakediariesblog.com/peanut-butter-cup-spider-cookies-30-days-of-halloween-day-3/


46. Boo-rific Kisses

Don’t let this cookie’s small size fool you. These meringue-based cookies with almond and vanilla flavoring will surely pack in a punch, all thanks to its endearingly cute features, too.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/boo-rrific-kisses/


47. Dracula Dentures

Don’t grit your teeth when biting into these hilarious cookies. With the crunchy texture of the cookie plus the ooey softness of the marshmallows, you’ll definitely want more than just one.

Find Recipe here at Delish

https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/recipes/a55668/dracula-dentures-recipe/


48. Voodoo Doll Cookie

No black magic is needed to make this absolutely delightful Voodoo Doll Cookie. The hard-to-miss details are what makes this cookie stand out from the rest of these Halloween-themed cookies.

Find Recipe here at Pillsbury

https://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/voodoo-doll-cookie/8df499f6-9302-41ea-93e0-16355bc70642


49. Candy Corn Sugar Cookie Bars

White, yellow, and orange is this cookie’s theme. With barely any decorating needed, you just basically roll out your cookie dough into triangles, and you’re good to go.

Find Recipe here at Highheelsandgrills

https://www.highheelsandgrills.com/candy-corn-sugar-cookie-bars/

 

50. Easy Mummy Halloween Cookies

This truly is an easy Halloween cookie to make. With just 4 ingredients needed to create this charming cookie, you’ll want to whip out batches of this spooky treat.

Find Recipe here at Growingupgabel

http://growingupgabel.com/mummy-halloween-cookies/


51. Autumn Leaf Cutouts

Halloween cookies don’t need to be scary all the time. Seasonal symbols like this Autumn Leaf Cutouts are just as festive and bite-inducing as the rest.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/autumn-leaf-cutouts/


52. Oreo Spider Webs

Oreos always make the perfect Halloween cookie base. With this decadent recipe, all you need to do is dip Oreos into melted chocolate and trace out snazzy spiderwebs.

Find Recipe here at Delish

https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/recipes/a43945/oreo-spider-webs-recipe/


53. Owl Cookies

Hoot hoot hooray! You’ll adore these wide-eyed Owl Cookies that are baked with oats to give it a feathery, crunchy texture. Ideal for kiddie parties or as Halloween bag stuffers.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/owl-cookies/


54. Chocolate Candy Corn Cookies

Sometimes the simplest recipes stand out the most, like this do-it-in-a-snap Chocolate Candy Corn Cookies. Chewy and soft, the candy corn adds in a layer of crunch for a delightful bite.

Find Recipe here at Crazyforcrust

https://www.crazyforcrust.com/chocolate-candy-corn-cookies/


55. Halloween Monster Cookies

Here’s something to keep the kids busy in the kitchen. With an easy-to-follow recipe, they’ll enjoy decorating these Halloween Monster Cookies with all sorts of sweet garlands.

Find Recipe here at Gatheringbeauty

https://www.gatheringbeauty.com/blog//2015/10/halloween-monster-cookies.html


56. Eyeball Cookies

You’ll never bat an eyelid with these eerie Eyeball Cookies that look so uncannily real. Vanilla wafers make a tasty cookie base with white baking chocolate as its covering.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/eyeball-cookies/


57. Black Cat Cookies

This is one black cat you won’t run away from. Flavored with espresso powder, this coffee-tasting cookie is going to be what the adults will keep munching on.

Find Recipe here at Delish

https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/recipes/a43949/black-cat-cookies-recipe/


58. Bloody Skeleton S’mores

Cut out Graham crackers to make the perfect coffin-shaped Halloween cookie. With fancy bits like marshmallows and dark chocolate squares, you’ll delight the kids with this tastiest treat.

Find Recipe here at Allrecipes

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/260015/bloody-skeleton-smores/?internalSource=hub%20recipe&referringContentType=Search


59. Mummy Pie Pops

While this recipe is not cookie-based, we had to include it in our list for how wonderful it looks. This Mummy Pie Pop is an ideal treat to wrap up for kids and trick-or-treaters.

Find Recipe here at Ohsweetbasil

https://ohsweetbasil.com/mummy-pie-pops-recipe/


60. Witch Cookies Filled With Candy

Be utterly bewitched when biting into this clever cookie that’s stuffed with candy surprises. They take some time to make but make them with your kids for a glorious, fun time.

Find Recipe here at Hungryhappenings

https://hungryhappenings.com/candy-filled-witch-cookies-halloween/


61. Maple Shortbread Cookies

Here’s another non-spooky recipe that you can mix in with the rest. The gorgeous Maple Shortbread Cookies resemble the light feeling of Fall and are quite delicious, too.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/glazed-maple-shortbread-cookies/


62. Magnifying Glass Cookies

You'll wow kids and guests with these ultra-creative Magnifying Glass Cookies that look too dainty to eat. Lifesavers candy adds a sparkly touch to the glass component.

Click here to get the recipe at countryliving

https://www.countryliving.com/food-drinks/recipes/a44609/magnifying-glass-cookies-recipe/


63. Hocus Pocus Cauldron Sugar Cookies

Fans of the hit movie will go loco over this bewitching Hocus Pocus Cauldron Sugar Cookies. Use a cauldron-shaped cookie cutter to form the cookies and paint them with wacky colors.

Find Recipe here at Sugarspiceandglitter

https://sugarspiceandglitter.com/hocus-pocus-cauldron-sugar-cookies/

 

64. Spiderweb Cookie Cake

A cookie and a cake in one treat, what could be more perfect than this? Top off with M&Ms and edible spider garlands for the ultimate cake perfection.

Find Recipe here at lovetobeinthekitchen

https://lovetobeinthekitchen.com/2015/09/24/spiderweb-cookie-cake/


65. Monster Oreo Cookies


This fun recipe is the perfect Halloween cookies to make with toddlers, but good luck with getting them to stop licking off the cream inside the Oreos.

Find Recipe here at Hungryhappenings

https://hungryhappenings.com/monster-oreo-cookies-halloween-treats/


66. Haunted Cookie House

While this specialized recipe takes a lot of time for preparation and decoration, we guarantee you’ll enjoy building this Haunted Cookie House, especially with your little helpers around.

Find Recipe here at Thekitchn

https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-a-halloween-haunted-house-249784


67. Monster Cookies

Here’s another variation of Monster Cookies that kids can enjoy. If you want your kids to fall in love with baking, this easy-to-do recipe is a great way to start them with it.

Find Recipe here at Delish

https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/recipes/a54348/monster-cookies-recipe/


68. Oats and Pumpkin Pinwheels

Even though this delectable needs no decorating, everybody will rave about the balanced flavor of these pinwheel cookies filled with pumpkin and coated with sesame seeds.

Find Recipe here at allrecipes

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/10229/oats-and-pumpkin-pinwheels/?internalSource=recipe%20hub&referringContentType=Search&clickId=cardslot%2045


69. Ghost Cookie Pops

More terrific than they are terrifying, these Ghost Cookie Pops will excite the little ones. Get your kids to help you assemble them, too, for a fun activity in the kitchen.

Find Recipe here at Whiskingmama

https://whiskingmama.com/ghost-cookie-pops/


70. Nutella Fudge Witch Hats

You won’t stop licking your fingers when you make these munchies that mixes the best of both worlds – Nutella and Fudge. Everyone will ask for seconds when you serve these treats.

Find Recipe here at Hungryhappenings

https://hungryhappenings.com/nutella-fudge-witch-hats/


71. Day of the Dead Cookies

Due to its close proximity to Halloween, Day of the Dead-themed cookies is also apt for the season. Shape these treats with a skull cookie cutter and decorate them with colorful details.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/day-of-the-dead-cookies/


72. Death by Halloween Cookies

You’ll find there’s no need to make any spooky decorations when you mix red velvet and black cocoa powder for this devilish and decadent cookie.

Find Recipe here at Delish

https://www.delish.com/holiday-recipes/halloween/a28915161/death-by-halloween-cookies-recipe/

 

73. Jack-O-Lantern Cookies

Making these vanilla-flavored cookies feels just as exciting as carving out your own pumpkins, but what’s better about it is you can eat your Jack-O-Lantern cookies right after.

Find Recipe here at Theredheadbaker

https://www.theredheadbaker.com/jack-o-lantern-cookies/


74. Melted Witch Cookies

Relive the elation of seeing Dorothy defeat the Wicked Witch of the West with these innovative Melted Witch Cookies that combine pretzel sticks, Oreos, and Hershey's Kisses into one delightful treat.

Find Recipe here at Thedecoratedcookie

https://thedecoratedcookie.com/melted-witch-cookies/


75. Witch Finger Cookies

Don’t be utterly freaked out when taking a bite off these nubby, green-colored Witch Finger Cookies that make creative use of almond slices and strawberry jam.

Find Recipe here at Karenskitchenstories

https://www.karenskitchenstories.com/2014/10/witch-finger-cookies.html


76. Pumpkin Cookie Pops

Brighten up your Halloween snack tray with these jolly-looking Pumpkin Cookie Pops. More flavor-filled than regular lollipops, the kids won’t stop begging you for more.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/pumpkin-cookie-pops/


77. Haunted House Cookies

If you prefer making smaller Haunted House Cookies give away to trick-or-treaters, make these with a customized haunted house cookie cutter or a regular gingerbread-shaped one.

Find Recipe here at Thepioneerwoman

https://www.thepioneerwoman.com/food-cooking/cooking-tips-tutorials/a11237/haunted-house-cookies/


78. Werewolf Cookies

There’s nothing frightening about these cutely-decorated Werewolf Cookies at all. Chocolate buttercream adds a flavorful kick to these furry, fantastic treats.

Find Recipe here at bakerella

https://www.bakerella.com/werewolf-cookies/


79. Easy Halloween Vegan Cookies

Vegans rejoice as you can still enjoy delightful Halloween cookies that use flaxseed and Vitalite to substitute for dairy and eggs like these simple-to-do Halloween Vegan cookies.

Find Recipe here at Shivanilovesfood

https://shivanilovesfood.com/vegan-halloween-cookies/


80. Candy-filled Black Cat Cookies

You’ll love seeing the kids’ faces light up when they bite off on these Candy-filled Black Cat Cookies and taste all the crunchy candy surprises inside.

Find Recipe here at Hungryhappenings

https://hungryhappenings.com/wickedly-cute-halloween-treat-candy-filled-black-cat-cookies/


81. Bones & Blood

You’ll work your fingers to the bone dunking into this delectable Bones & Blood cookie and dip combo. Strawberry jelly and semisweet chocolate chips make for its delicious dipping sauce.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/bones-blood/


82. Sandwich Cookie Eyeballs

Here’s another spinoff on the Halloween eyeball cookie, done easier with ready-made chocolate sandwich cookies with white cream. This no-bake recipe also makes use of green and red gel icing, plus brown M&Ms.

Find Recipe here at Thepioneerwoman

https://www.thepioneerwoman.com/food-cooking/recipes/a32129658/sandwich-cookie-eyeballs-recipe/


83. Silly Decorated Monster Cookies

Bring out the kid in you when you bake these Silly Decorated Monster Cookies. The best part of all, you're free to use any shape of cookie cutters you have on hand.

Find Recipe here at Sweetsugarbelle

https://www.sweetsugarbelle.com/2016/10/silly-decorated-monster-cookies/


84. Vampire Sugar Cookies for Halloween

Take your Halloween treats to the next level with these rascally-designed Vampire Sugar Cookies. With a lemon-flavored cookie wrapped with a fruit roll-up cape, one cookie won't be enough.

Find Recipe here at Everydaydishes

https://everydaydishes.com/holiday/vampire-sugar-cookies-for-halloween/


85. Zombie Cookies

You’ll get a chill up your spine with these matcha-infused Zombie Cookies, but more for its sensational taste rather than its ghoulish looks.

Find Recipe here at Hirokoliston

https://www.hirokoliston.com/zombie-cookies/


86. Gingerbread Skeletons

Have fun with these snappy Halloween cookies that you can make with toddlers and older kids. Form these cookies with gingerbread man-shaped molds and add in other fun cookie cutter shapes.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/gingerbread-skeletons/

 

87. Coffin Sandwich Cookies

Have a fun time going 6 feet under the flavor zone with this buttercream-filled Coffin Sandwich Cookies that’s a little petrifying to look at but scrumptious enough to the taste.

Find Recipe here at Countryliving

https://www.countryliving.com/food-drinks/a28943552/coffin-sandwich-cookies/


88. Jack Skellington Cookies

The Nightmare Before Christmas fans will fall head over heels in love with these fanciful Jack Skellington Cookies that can be decorated with various facial expressions of the beloved character.

Find Recipe here at Suzdaily

https://www.suzdaily.com/2012/10/how-to-make-a-jack-skellington-cookie-how-to-make-a-nightmare-before-christmas-cookie.html


89. Candy-Filled Cauldron Cookies

It’s like concocting a magical spell for the kids whenever you give them these mystical Candy-Filled Cauldron cookies filled with all sorts of sugary and savory treats inside.

Find Recipe here at Hungryhappenings

https://hungryhappenings.com/magical-halloween-treats-candy-filled-cauldron-cookies/


90. Gluten-Free Halloween Sugar Cookies

This recipe is for those watching what they eat to avoid allergies and such. Use an assortment of fun Halloween cookie cutters to shape out cookies made with ready-made, gluten-free dough.

Find Recipe here at flippindelicious

https://flippindelicious.com/2018/10/gluten-free-halloween-sugar-cookies.html


91. Halloween Chocolate Cookie Pops

Toddlers and kids will want to help you make these silly yet charming Halloween Chocolate Cookie Pops. Decorate them with funny faces using sugary garlands like candy corn, M&Ms, and cinnamon hearts.

Find Recipe here at Taste of Home

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/halloween-chocolate-cookie-pops/


92.Halloween Monster Decorated Sugar Cookies


Bring out lots of buttery goodness in this cute and ghoulish Halloween cookies recipe that’s fun to design with your not-so-average monstery facial expressions.

Find Recipe here at Mybakingaddiction

https://www.mybakingaddiction.com/halloween-monster-cookies/


93. Wicked Witch Cookies

You’ll loudly exclaim “double, double toil and trouble” when you take a sumptuous bite of these creamy Wicked Witch Cookies that everybody will crave.

Find Recipe here at Theafropolitanmom

https://www.theafropolitanmom.com/wicked-witch-cookies/


94. Cookie Monster Cookies

You can't celebrate Halloween without showcasing the friendliest ghoulie of them all. This adorable Cookie Monster cookie recipe brings everyone's favorite monster into the cookie jar.

Find Recipe here at Inkatrinaskitchen

https://www.inkatrinaskitchen.com/cookie-monster-cookies/


95. 5-Minute Sweet and Salty Cookies

If you don’t have much time to spare for Halloween party preparations, this zappy Halloween cookie recipe will literally take 5 minutes for you to complete everything, decorations included.

Find Recipe here at Southernmadesimple

https://www.southernmadesimple.com/5-minutes-halloween-cookies/

 


96. 6-Ingredient Cake Mix Halloween Monster Cookies

With just 6 simple ingredients needed, this Halloween cookie recipe will be even more fun to make if you have an extra set of little hands to help you bake and decorate them.

Find Recipe here at Ikneadtoeat

https://ikneadtoeat.com/six-ingredient-cake-mix-halloween-monster-cookies/


97. Friday the 13th Jason Cookies

These may be horrifying to look at, but you won't be able to resist these vanilla-based sugar cookies that use a specialized Friday the 13th cookie cutter. Any oval-shaped mold will do, too.

Find Recipe here at Justjennrecipes

http://justjennrecipes.com/friday-the-13th-jason-cookies/


98. Dulce de Leche Bat Cookies

Savor the complementary flavors of Dutch chocolate and Dulce de Leche with this fuss-free Halloween cookie. Wrap them up in parchment paper to give away as fun bag stuffers for kids.

Find Recipe here at Marthastewart

https://www.marthastewart.com/851248/dulce-de-leche-bat-cookies


99. 3-D Cookie Googly Eyes

Kids will be allowed to play with their food because of this wiggling cookie doubles as a toy. It's an intricate but fun-to-do recipe for the kids to make in the kitchen.

Find Recipe here at Hungryhappenings

https://hungryhappenings.com/3-d-cookie-googly-eyes/


100. Halloween Pinwheel Cookies

It’s a deceptively easy Halloween cookie recipe, but it’s going to be everyone’s favorite this season with its magical mashup of neon green and purple into a pinwheel-shaped treat.

Find Recipe here at Thesimpleparent

https://thesimpleparent.com/halloween-pinwheel-cookies/

 

101. Cursed Cookies

Horror fans might feel scared to try these Cursed Cookies based on The Conjuring, but with its delicious combination of chocolate and cinnamon, the only thing you'll be afraid of is the calories.

Find Recipe here at 2geekswhoeat

https://2geekswhoeat.com/curse-of-la-llorona-cookies/


102. Monster Mash Cookies


You’ll want to boogie along to the titular song when you chomp off glorious bites off this Halloween cookie recipe pairing vampires and black owls made of decadent chocolate frosting.

Find Recipe here at halfbakedharvest

https://www.halfbakedharvest.com/monster-mash-cookies/


A Final Word

While some recipes may be a little complicated to do for little hands, most of these are easy enough for kids to follow. You’ll have a splendid time together when you’re playing with and decorating these Halloween cookies.

You can also easily stock up on Halloween cookie staples like:

Oreos
Peanut butter
Gel icing
Unflavored chocolate chips
Candy corn

You don't have even have to wait for the spooky season to be able to enjoy them because you can make these delectable goodies for any occasion like kiddie parties, sleepovers, and horror-themed gatherings. You can also share some of these delightful Halloween cookie ideas with friends and family who'd love a good scare.

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