Halloween Monster Cookies

These Halloween Monster Cookies are so easy to make and would be the perfect addition to any Halloween party or even your child’s snack day at school during October!

Life gets crazy with three boys, especially with the two older ones and their busy soccer and hockey schedules. We’re at the field four days a week and as soon as hockey starts later this month, we’ll be at the arena 3-4 days as well. As busy as life gets, I try to make our days fun and exciting which means sending the kids to school with a fun lunch to give them a smile during the day, or spending time in the kitchen with them during our down time to create a fun recipe. They’re always eager to see what I’m making when they see my baking supplies scattered around the kitchen and their expressions are priceless,  especially when they spotted these Halloween Monster Cookies.

All the neighborhood kids got called into the house when they walked in from school and were greeted with these spooktacular treats.

You can make these Stuffed Halloween Monster Cookies with your favorite cookie recipe, I made sugar cookies. You can also use snickerdoodles, chocolate chip, or even store bought cookies to make these Halloween treats quicker.

How To Make Monster Cookies:

What You’ll Need:

Directions:

Bake your favorite cookies according to directions, or use store bought. (let cool)

Use food coloring to tint frosting to desired colors.

Spread frosting on the top of 1 cookie. Press a second cookie, flat side down, on frosting at an angle. Cookies should touch on one side and about 1/2 inch apart on the other, to look like open mouth. Press three mini marshmallows in the frosting for the teeth.

Add additional frosting to the top to attach eyes.

*Scroll down for a printable version on this Monster Cookie recipe.

You’ll want to add these Halloween Monster Cookies to your Halloween recipes collection!

Halloween Monster Cookies
 
Ingredients
  • Cookies
  • Frosting
  • Mini Marshmallows
  • Gummy eyeball candies
Instructions
  1. Bake your favorite cookies according to directions, or use store bought. (let cool)
  2. Use food coloring to tint frosting to desired colors.
  3. Spread frosting on the top of 1 cookie. Press a second cookie, flat side down, on frosting at an angle. Cookies should touch on one side and about ½ inch apart on the other, to look like open mouth. Press three mini marshmallows in the frosting for the teeth.
  4. Add additional frosting to the top to attach eyes.

 

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  1. These are too cute!

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