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Halloween Recipes So Good – and Easy - It’s Scary

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Spooky, delicious, and easy Krusteaz recipes

Halloween is the perfect holiday to explore your creativity and bake something deliciously spooky that friends, family and even little goblins will love.  Whether hosting your own monster mash or bringing something for the office party, the below recipes will stand out for their imaginative decoration and uncanny resemblance to some of October’s favorite figures.

Black cats are thought to be bad luck, but these cookies sure aren’t! Using Krusteaz Butter Vanilla Sugar Cookie Mix , buttercream frosting and assorted candies, you can have a batch ready in under an hour. Great for letting little hands help decorate!

Scaredy Cat Cookies Recipe

Peppermint bark may be popular for the holidays, but have you ever tried cookie bark? Mixing snickerdoodle cookie dough and pumpkin puree creates a decadent base that’s then topped with white chocolate and sprinkles. Break into pieces and serve.

Halloween Cookie Bark Recipe

Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Cookie Bark
Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Cookie Bark

We’ve all seen spider webs made of cotton, hung from doors and corners at Halloween parties. Inspired by those creepy woven nets, these edible spider web cookies start with Krusteaz Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie Mix. Topped with white and dark chocolate ganache, all it takes is a toothpick to create the perfect web.

Chocolate Spider Web Cookies Recipe

Ultimate Chocolate Spider Web Cookies
Ultimate Chocolate Spider Web Cookies

What would a spider web be without a spider? Using a mini muffin pan instead of a cookie sheet, the bodies of these tiny Oatmeal Scotchie Spiders are formed. Crushed candy, frosting and dry noodles make the rest of the features come to life. Almost too good to eat!

Oatmeal Scotchie Spiders Recipe

Oatmeal Scotchie Spiders
Oatmeal Scotchie Spiders

For more ideas and recipes, visit www.Krusteaz.com and get acquainted with the Baker's Dozen.

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