These Halloween cookies are the perfect mix of sweet and spooky are surprisingly easy to make. Make a batch for your own Halloween celebrations at home or for fun with friends.
The Perfect Cookie Cutters for Your Halloween Cookies
Here are some cookie cutters that will be perfect for making amazing cookies this Halloween:
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- You can create fun faces with this Jack-o-Lantern face maker cookie cutter
- This 18 Piece Halloween Cookie Cutter Set is inexpensive and has a wonderful variety of Halloween-y shapes.
- The shapes in this cookie cutter set by Sweet Sugarbelle are very cute.
- For small cookies, use this set of mini Halloween cookie cutters
Creepy and Cute Halloween Cookie Ideas
You were going to have to find your gingerbread cutter for the holidays anyways, so you may as well go ahead and use it to make these simple vampire gingerbread men.
Speaking of vampires, how about these amazing dracula mouth cookies?! Such a clever use of mini marshmallows and they’re sure to be a hit with everyone.
The recipe for these spiced brown sugar cookies is good enough on it’s own. But by transforming the cookies into these smiling jack-o-lanterns, you’ve got a truly delicious treat that is perfect for Halloween.
Meringue cookies look frightfully delicious in these piped bone shapes. You could even maybe up the gore factor by splattering some strawberry sauce. Too much? On second thought, just stick with the clean white bone look. 😉
Y’all know I’m a sucker for cute, and these have got to be the cutest little Frankenstein cookies ever. Plus, they’re so simple to make, so you can make them as a fun little treat for the kiddos.
I know these witch hats have been around for a while, but you just can’t beat how easy they are to make. You can even swap out the homemade cookies for Oreos and have these whipped up and ready in no time!
Are you a Nutter Butter lover? You can easily make these mummy cookies with a little dipping and drizzling of white chocolate.
Speaking of dipped cookies, go ahead and let your creative side loose with these dipped Oreo cookies. The possibilities are endless for turning the simple circle shape into all sorts of Halloween-y creations.
These dipped Oreo Halloween cookie cats are so adorable. And, they’re very easy if you have a little bit of patience for adding the little sprinkle details for the kitty face.
I hope these spider cookies make you smile, because they sure caught my eye and gave me a giggle. There are lots of variations of this peanut butter spider cookie, but I love this version the most because of the silly spider faces. The secret is using these chocolate truffles.
These iced sugar cookies with spider web designs might look fancy and complicated, but they’re actually super-easy to pull off.
Here’s another super-simple Oreo redo. If you aren’t into baking but want to pull-off some really fun Halloween cookies, then this is the cookie for you!
These creepy witch fingers are just so good. This is basically food-craft, which is my favorite mix of two things I dearly love. Fair warning, though…there may be some people who find these cookies too realistic-looking to eat!
I love the Halloween makeover given to this classic pinwheel cookie recipe. The purple and green swirls are perfection.
These windowpane cookies look like so much fun to make. Don’t you just love all the different colors and the creative elements you can add with icing?
Learn now to add any shape into the center of your slice-and-bake sugar coookies to make delicious cookies that are sure to impress.
When I first saw these I thought they were slice–and-bake cookies, the the pumpkin example above. But, it turns out, you can create a similar look by using a stencil. Check out the recipe for all of the details.
Sharpen your piping skills and have fun creating interesting designs on these beautiful Day of the Dead skull cookies.
Here’s another repurposed cookie cutter. In this example, they used a candy corn cookie cutter into an iconic jack-o-lantern candy bucket!
I know that, even though I try to stick with ideas that anyone can make, there are some of you out there thinking, “I’m not creative enough to make all of these amazing cookies.” So, here are some yummy drop cookies with candy corns. They are perfect for Halloween, and if you can make a simple chocolate chip cookie, then you can definitely make these! No excuses, lol.
More Ideas You’ll Love:
- Get more cookie ideas with this list of our favorite.
- Make some silly brownie monsters that are perfect for Halloween.
- Make some adorable lollipop witches for fun halloween favors.
- Use our free printable to make a cute Bugs and Kisses Halloween party favor.
- Grab our free Halloween party printables for easy Halloween decorating.
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