Friday, October 29, 2010

Halloween Cookies!

All things are "spooky crazy" here at our house this weekend!  With 3 different parties to attend and goodies to bring, yesterday was filled with baking, icing and dipping!  Here are a few "treats" that I made.
When at Target the other day, I saw the candy corn kisses and thought I would make cookies with them.  I ended up using this recipe for Candy Corn Kiss Cookies.  They turned out great!!
Next up is the "Witches Hats" cookies, or wizard hats (what is a female wizard?) for my daughter's Harry Potter Book Party, for her class.  She took the Candy Corn Kiss cookies as well.  You can find the directions here for these.  I lucked out at the grocery store -- publix had the fudge stripe cookies B1G1 free! 
Then finally I made these Oreo Cookie Pops.  Just melt your candy melts in the microwave, dip the end of the stick into it and insert it inside the cookie.  Let it harden a bit, then procede with your dipping!

I added a little oil to thin it out.  Once you dip your cookies, lay them on a sheet of waxed paper and decorate with sprinkles.  I did put them in the fridge a bit to harden up the chocolate.  And here you go!
All treats and no tricks!  Happy Halloween!  Or as my youngest will say... 
"Trick or Treat, Wash my Feet, Give me something good to eat!!"

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marzipan said...

Very cute Halloween goodies! I bet your littlest will have the cleanest feet this Halloween!

Cindy's Stitching said...

They look so yummy

LambAround said...

Wow! You've been working very hard!

If you get a chance, I'd love for you to stop by and post this on my Not "Baaad" Sundays linky. There is a weekly contest for Best in Show! Tasty cookie posts are always a welcome addition :)

melissa said...

LISA!!! These are all fabulous!! I've never seen the candy corn kissed - perfect for those cookie ( I make them at Christmas). the oreos are fun and look easy!