What’s Halloween without scrumptious Halloween cookies? Incomplete, right? Every year, people all across America bake fresh and succulent cookies to serve the little guests and trick-or-treaters. And those who don’t make cookies at home, stack loads of cookies in their home for the holiday. And with some strategic use of candies and creative icing tricks, you can turn the store bought cookies into the creepiest Halloween characters. We’ll share the same ideas and a few more in our compilation of Halloween cookie recipes below.

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30 Scrumptious Halloween Cookie Recipes

  1. Spiderweb Florentines:

Give a spooky touch to lacy and delicate Florentines by making them look as spider webs. Just the proper heat of the oven will transform the dough into crispy cookies.

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  1. Candy Corn Mummy Sugar Cookies:

Have mummies ever looked so beautiful and colorful? We really don’t think so. These cookies are so delicious that they’ll please even the scariest of children.

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  1. Frankenstein Face Cookies:

Halloween Cookie Recipes

These cookies may look complicated at first, but once you get a hand of it, you can easily create several batches of this beauty, err monster.

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  1. Marshmallow PEEPS Cookie Sandwiches:

These thick and puffy cookies are made with M&Ms, peanut butter, sprinkles and then sandwiched together with marshmallow PEEP.

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  1. Coffin Surprise Cookies:

This one’s gonna be a treat for children as you can hide all their favorite candies in it. Don’t forget to imprint the cookies with a mat or anything you can arrange to give the cookies a wooden effect.

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  1. Potion Bottle Cookies:

We totally love these cookies for their uniqueness. The concept is distinctive and the color combination is unique. We’re sure they’ll taste good too!

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  1. Gingerdead Cookies:

Who said you can bake gingerbread cookies only for Christmas? With some white icing you can create some Halloween friendly gingerbread or rather gingerdead cookies. Refer the recipe for more details.

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  1. Monster Mash Cookies:

Here’s a mash, Monster Mash! The cookies haven’t left out any spooky Halloween characters, be it owl or Dracula. And if you want, you can include bats too.

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  1. Homemade Halloween Oreos:

Why purchase Oreos when you can create their cooler variation within the comforts of your home? Here’s one such recipe for your reference.

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  1. No-Bake Sugar Wafer Frankenstein Cookies:

Children are going to have loads of fun helping you makes these easy, no bake sugar cookies. Trust me, a batch won’t be enough. You’ll have to make a lot more to satisfy children’s sweet tooth.

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  1. 3D Pumpkin Cookies:

These fun and whimsical 3D pumpkin cookies, help together with icing will be a great surprise for children. You can fill them with whatever candies you like, with M&Ms will fit it best.

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  1. Chocolate Spiders:

Just three ingredients and a couple of minutes can give these incredibly delicious and decadent cookies. We think it’s a perfect Halloween cookie recipe for kids to make.

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  1. Healthier Halloween Sugar Cookies:

Halloween Cookie Recipes

These are the cutest ghosts we’ve ever seen. And we love the fact that it’s so easy to make. Just cut out the cookies in ghost shape, smear white icing on it and make eyes and nose. The spiders are adding to the spooky effect.

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  1. Peanut Butter Cut Out Cookies:

Halloween Cookie Recipes

If pumpkin carving is a tedious job for you, you can try your hands at making these jack-o-lantern cookies. At least it won’t require too much effort.

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  1. Spider Cookies:

Spider cookies are totally hit during Halloween. It gives people ample of opportunity to experiment. This one, made using Reese cups, will disappear in a matter of few minutes.

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  1. Lofthouse Soft Sugar Sprinkles Cookies:

These light and buttery cookies celebrate the color of Halloween. And believe me, they’re extremely delicious.

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  1. Halloween Double Chocolate Monster Cookies:

Halloween Cookie Recipes

Here’s an easy peasy Halloween cookie recipe, which you can make using a few orange and yellow candies, royal icing eyes and double chocolate cookie.

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  1. Halloween Pinwheel Cookies:

No one can help, but be hypnotized by these pinwheel cookies in signature Halloween colors.

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  1. Jack Skellington Macarons:

What’s Halloween without our very own Pumpkin King? These macarons are not technically cookies, but a little bit of variation isn’t bad, right?

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  1. Cameo Cookies:

Halloween Cookie Recipes

These cookies are so beautiful that they’ll even work as Halloween party favors.

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  1. Monster Cake with Monster Cookies:

To create these cute and delicious cookies, pipe some buttercream between two chocolate cookies and make the teeth and eyes. They may look scary, but are incredibly delicious.

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  1. Gooey Monster Cookies:

Big and small sized googly eyes are used to create these colorful, fun looking and gooey cookies. And believe me, they’re extremely easy to make.

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  1. Oreo Funfetti Cookies:

Halloween Cookie Recipes

It’s been proven time and again that nothing says fun more than sprinkles. So why not incorporate them in your cookies as well! These Halloween special cookies give you loads of option for you to use them.

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  1. Chocolate Monster Cookies:

Halloween Cookie Recipes

These chocolate monster cookies are extremely delicious to eat and fun to decorate. Just ensure that the chocolate ganache is perfectly made. It’s the most important component in this recipe.

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  1. Harvest Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake:

If you’re confused between cookies and cake, then we have a perfect option for you, this chocolate chip cookie cake. The candy corns are making beautiful toppings.

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  1. Mummy Meringue Cookies:

The light and air wrapped wonders require just 4 ingredients. Trust me, they’ll completely melt in your mouth.

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  1. Candy Corn Mason Jar Cookies:

Halloween Cookie Recipes

These cookies are the most mind blowing Halloween cookies we’ve come across in recent times. They’re like art, with all the neat lines. We’re totally giving it a try.

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  1. Blood Splatter Cookies:

Halloween Cookie Recipes

To make these creepy cookies, smear white royal icing on round sugar cookies and splatter some red icing on it.

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  1. Halloween Cookie Cake:

Halloween Cookie Recipes

Here’s another example of Halloween cake, but this one’s a bit more colorful than the former. It’s topped with chocolate syrup, Rolos and Reese’s cups.

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  1. Decorated Pumpkin Cookies:

This beautiful pumpkin cookie will add warmth in the cold weather of fall. If you’re wondering how to make the leaves and vines, use piping. You’ll get the perfect finishing.

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These spooky Halloween bites are sweet, delicious and will definitely please the crowd. So what are you waiting for? Make these Halloween cookie recipes right away. And don’t forget to share your favorite Halloween cookie recipe below.

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