Halloween cookie decorations that just kill it with creativity.
1. Day of the Dead Edition
For the cookie, these beautiful rattlin’ bones use the Best Rolled Sugar Cookies recipe.
These chocolate mice are simple to make. “I made them for a business meeting held right before Halloween,” says Barbara. “The adults were laughing and enjoying them just like kids would have. They’re very easy to make and delicious.”
3. Rattlin’ Dem Bones
Another gorgeous Halloween cookie decoration.
4. Sometimes the Locals Are Unfriendly
Let these Halloween cake balls be a warning that delicious times are dead ahead.
5. Acorn Candy Cookies
“So cute and so simple to make for a Halloween treat or anytime during the Fall,” says Cheri.
6. Haunted Oreos
“This is perfect for Halloween treats and very easy to make,” says Rain DeDogg.
7. Witches’ Hats
“Super easy to make, and so cute,” says jmelusky. “I attached the Hershey’s kisses with frosting and made orange ‘ribbons’ around the hats in true Halloween spirit.”
8. Jack o’ Pops
Turn cake balls turn into amazing Halloween jack-o’-lanterns.
9. The Terrifying Specter of a Tulip
“All you need for these ghost cookies is a cookie cutter in the shape of a tulip and then turn it upside-down,” says barbara. “If you don’t have that one, you can easily freehand the ghost shapes. These are great giveaways for trick-or-treaters and a nice alternative to all the candy.”
10. Spidey to the Rescue
With this decoration, even the cookies get a Halloween costume.
11. The Cookie Monster Mash
Googly-eyed Cookie Monster may be the least threatening Halloween monster ever.
12. Undercover Candy Corn
Cookies disguised as the quintessential Halloween candy? We’re in!
13. Brittle Bones of Meringue
“Crispy and sweet with a little bit of spookiness,” says fishieking. “These tasty little treats are perfect for Halloween.”