Monday, October 12, 2015

Spider Cookies

These Spider Cookies are so much fun for Halloween. You can use any cookie dough that is your favorite. I used my Flourless Peanut Butter Cookie recipe because I knew I liked it. I also think it would be fun to make with a white dough dyed orange for Halloween. Or if you are not a Reese's fan, use Rolos instead. This is a very versatile cookie. Take the idea and run with it!

Happy Halloween!

Spider Cookies

1 batch of Flourless Peanut Butter Cookie Dough (or your favorite cookie dough)
Reese Peanut Butter Cup Mini's
Wilton's Candy Eyes
Chocolate Chips approx. 1 cup
Small Ziploc Bag

-Bake Cookies according to directions
-When they come out of the oven, quickly press a Reese's Peanut Butter Mini into the
 center of the cookie. Biggest side down first.
-Let cookies sit for 2-3 more minutes to set up.
-Remove from pan to cooling rack.
-Place 2 eyes onto the soft centers
-Repeat until all cookie dough is gone
-Once all of the cookies are cooled, melt chocolate chips in the microwave.
-Spoon melted chocolate into the corner of the bag. Cut a TINY tip off of the corner of
 the bag.
-Like a frosting bag, squeeze the chocolate out of the corner of the bag to make spider
 legs on the cookies. Starting at the body and working your way to the outer edges of the

-If you want the chocolate thinner/runnier, add a 1/2 tsp of oil/butter at a time to the
 chocolate until desired consistency is reached.
-Cut the corner of the bag tiny. You can always cut it bigger if it needs to be. You can't
 make it smaller.

1 comment:

  1. I've never had that before but it looks really yummy and I'm going to try that soon! Great pictures :)

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