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The Haunted History of Halloween (History Channel) (A&E DVD Archives) (2005)

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What are some good ‘scary’ halloween cookies?

I mean lame sorta things like those cookies that are flesh-toned and then you add red colouring to the end of them, and somehow make them look like a severed finger. Or things that look like eyeballs… I don’t know, any sort of candy I can make, or cookies that are sorta gross is good.

I need some ideas, and recipes.. and google doesn’t seem to have the type of things I want.

2 Responses to What are some good ‘scary’ halloween cookies?

  • Yakko says:

    Skeleton fingers (cookies)

    This is a simple to make treat that looks spooky and tastes great!

    1 roll refrigerated sugar cookie dough
    1 small bag sliced almonds (found in the baking isle)
    1 tube red decorator gel

    1 Cut cookie dough in slices as directed by package
    2 Roll each slice into a fat log, this will be the finger
    3 Make an indent in the end of each log with the tip of a butter knife to make a nail bed ( do not smash this area flat, just an indent)
    4 Use the butter knife to make three slashes just above the nail bed for the first knuckle.
    5 Make three slashes a bit higher than the first for the second knuckle.
    You can look at your own finger to see how it should look.
    6 Bake as directed on package or until light golden brown
    7 Remove from oven, let sit on pans for a few minutes then transfer to wire racks
    8 While still warm. fill the nail bed indention with red decorators gel.
    9 Place one sliced almond on each nail bed, (rounded end in, pointy side out)
    allowing some gel to ooze a bit onto the almond.This is the finger nail.

    Let cool and enjoy!

    Spider Web Desert Cups

    * 16 Halloween chocolate sandwich cookies, divided
    * 1 cup marshmallows, divided
    * 2 cups prepared whipped topping, divided
    * 1 (4-serving) package chocolate instant pudding & pie filling
    * 2 cups milk
    * Chocolate-flavored syrup
    * 12 black jelly beans
    * Prepared chocolate frosting
    * Black shoestring licorice

    Chop 10 cookies; fold chopped cookies and 1/2 cup marshmallows into 1-1/2 cups whipped topping. Set aside. Prepare pudding mix according to package directions using milk. Spoon about half the pudding mixture into 6 (6-oz) glasses. Top with whipped topping mixture. Repeat pudding layer. Refrigerate 2 hours or until well chilled.

    Decorate tops with remaining whipped topping. Drizzle with chocolate syrup in circular pattern; cut through with toothpick to create web effect. Serve immediately garnished with cookie spiders and remaining marshmallows.

    Cookie Spiders: Insert 1-1/2" pieces of black shoestring licorice into cream filling around sides of each Halloween chocolate sandwich cookie for legs using frosting as "glue". Using additional frosting, attach 2 jelly beans to each spider for the eyes. Makes 6 servings.

    There are a couple. I hope you enjoy them. Good luck!

  • npbdancer says:

    um you can fill a rubber glove with some punch, and then tie the end and put it in the freezer. then once its like ice take it out and put it in a big bowl of punch. and then if you can find some round ice cube trays, put a blueberry in it, and then fill it will water and freeze it. put it in the punch, and you have eyeballs.

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