Witchy Cookies Recipe
Blackberry Jam Bar Cookies
Blackberry Jam Bar Cookies Recipe
Cocoa-Cinnamon Bat Cookies
Cranberry-Oatmeal Bars Recipe
Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars
Harvest Moon Lollipops
Harvest Moon Lollipops Recipe
Ghost-Like Treats Recipe
Pumpkin Spice Cookies with Coffee Glaze
Candy Corn and M&M's Chewy Crispy Bars
Candy Corn and M&M's Chewy Crispy Bars make fun Halloween treats.
Candy Corn and M&M's Chewy Crispy Bars Recipe
Tangled Web Rice Pops
Tangled Web Rice Pops Recipe
Pumpkin Family Cut-Outs
Pumpkin Family Cut-Outs Recipe
Candy Corn Cookies
Those fancy Halloween slice-and-bake cookies are a breeze to make at home thanks to a little food coloring. And trust us, these candy corn cookies are infinitely more delicious than the Halloween candy they’re inspired by (no offense if you like candy corn). Easy to make and absolutely adorable, these autumn-inspired treats are as perfect to send for the kids’ school Halloween party as they are to bring to your own fall festivities. You can even prep the dough a few days in advance and refrigerate, so that baking off the candy corn cookies is a breeze on the day you plan to eat them. Just follow the recipe through step 3, and be sure to wrap the loaf pan tightly with a few layers of plastic wrap.
Candy Corn Cookies Recipe
Haunted Chocolate Bark
Decorate homemade chocolate bark with gummy worms, Kit Kat bars, candy corn, and more to make these festive treats.
Haunted Chocolate Bark Recipe
Ghosts in the Mud
Ghosts in the Mud Recipe
Jack-o'-Lantern Sugar Cookies
Make Halloween extra happy this year with festive, smiley pumpkin cookies. Bag them up for party favors or offer them to lucky trick-or-treater friends as they pass by.
Jack-o'-Lantern Sugar Cookies Recipe
Chocolate Candy Corn Truffles
Chocolate Candy Corn Truffles Recipe
They’re not called monster cookies because they’re scary… but they are monstrously delicious. In fact. these chunky, chewy monster cookies might just be the king of all kitchen sink cookies. Featuring peanut butter, oats, crushed pretzels, M&Ms, and chunks of milk chocolate, they hit every necessary cookie note—chewy, crispy, salty, sweet, chocolatey, and buttery.
Monster Cookies Recipe
Our editor grew up making these family-favorite Pumpkin Cookies every fall, and the smell still reminds her of her mother's kitchen. You can top off the frosting with a single candy corn, a pecan, or colored sprinkles or put two cookies together to make whoopie pies. Family, friends, and neighbors alike will go nuts over these sweet-spiced Pumpkin Cookies!
Pumpkin Cookies Recipe
Spiderweb Cookies Recipe
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies with Brown Butter
Brown butter takes these rich, seasonal pumpkin chocolate chip cookies to the next level, adding a nutty, fragrant flavor that is absolutely perfect for fall. Canned pumpkin puree lends moisture to these fluffy, cake-like treats while warm chocolate chips fill every bite. Make these for a Halloween party or a fall dinner party, and be sure to store any leftovers in an airtight container.
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies with Brown Butter Recipe
No Halloween party is complete without these cute cookies that, thanks to licorice strips, white chocolate chips and brown M & Ms, look just like monster eyeballs.
Ogre-Eye Cookies Recipe
TIP: Let fresh-baked brownies chill, uncovered, overnight. For a perfect slice, cut while they're cold. Serve at room temperature.
Pumpkin-Chocolate Brownies Recipe
Melted Witches Recipe
Prepare for a sweet scare when these adorable Halloween ghost cookies are all iced, decorated, and ready to party. Super easy and kid-friendly to make, these butter cut-out cookies coated with royal icing are the perfect dessert for your Halloween spread. Candy eyeballs add a playful, whimsical touch to these spooky treats, but you could also use black icing to draw eyes on your ghost cookies. Using a classic cut-out butter cookie dough keeps the edges of your ghost cookies shape neat and clean—no worries about the cookies expanding when they bake. Whip up a batch with the kids and let them go to town with the decorating for a fun Halloween kitchen activity.
Ghost Cookies Recipe
Unicorn Poop Cookies
Come Halloween, even cookies need a costume. Don't let the name fool you-- this sugar cookie recipe is delicious. We knew unicorns pooped rainbows, but who knew sprinkles were involved?
Unicorn Poop Cookies Recipe
Black Cat Sandwich Cookies
Letting these cookies cross your path will bring bad luck, so make sure to gobble them up before the tray passes you by.
Black Cat Sandwich Cookies Recipe
Pumpkin Cream Sandwiches
Pumpkin Cream Sandwiches Recipe
Chocolate-Peanut Butter Acorns
Creating these chocolate "nuts" couldn't be easier; it's a great assembly-line project for kids (though we can't promise they won't sneak a little chocolate!).
Chocolate-Peanut Butter Acorns Recipe
Starting with refrigerated, store-bought cookie dough, these cooky Frankenstein cookies are an easy Halloween baking project to whip up this year. That said, packaged cookie dough is made to spread, so if you’d rather your Frankenstein cookies have rectangular or otherwise shaped faces (as opposed to these round-faced cuties), you can use a classic cut-out cookie dough that will better hold its shape.
Frankenstein Cookies Recipe
Candy Brownies Recipe