5 Spooktacular Halloween Cookie Decorating Ideas

5 Spooktacular Halloween Cookie Decorating Ideas

29 October 2019

We love Halloween as it’s the perfect opportunity for us to get creative in the kitchen! One of our favourite treats to prepare for hungry Trick or Treaters is cookies. They’re easy to make, quick to bake and just the thing to feed a crowd.
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We love Halloween as it’s the perfect opportunity for us to get creative in the kitchen! One of our favourite treats to prepare for hungry Trick or Treaters is cookies. They’re easy to make, quick to bake and just the thing to feed a crowd. If you’re looking for some ghoulishly good inspiration for your Halloween baking, we’ve rounded up some of our creative baking ideas from across the (spider’s) web. All of these recipes are relatively easy, meaning that you can get the kids involved - it’s a great way to get the whole family involved in the kitchen and a great afternoon activity too. So, grab your baking sheet and get baking!

1) Bat and Ghost Halloween Cookies You’ll need bat or ghost cutters for these cute chocolate cookies from Delicious magazine. Alternatively, why not try making your own paper template which you can cut around using a sharp knife?

2) Halloween Monster Cookies Get your little monsters to help you out with these fun googly eye cookies from Cooking With My Kids. They’re sure to be a big hit at any Halloween party!

Image Source - Cooking With My Kids,3) Spider Biscuits Create some magic in the kitchen with these spooky spider biscuits by BBC Good Food. No cookie cutter is required with these, making them super simple, as well as super delicious.

4) Skeleton Gingerbread Men Get ready for a ghoulish - and delicious - Halloween with these Skeleton Gingerbread men from Olive magazine. White icing and edible food colour pens help turn them from a standard sweet treat into crunchy, creepy skeletons.

5) Gluten Free Halloween Emoji Cookies These super cute Halloween Emoji Cookies by Becky Excell are both gluten-free and dairy-free, which makes them a great snack choice for any Trick or Treaters who suffer from food intolerances. Which spooky bakes will you be whipping up in your cauldron this Halloween? Make sure you tag @yourprestigekitchen in any pictures you upload to Instagram!