Run out of time to make a treat for a Halloween party? Check out these easy mummy Halloween cookies for a quick and easy treat everyone will love.
I am so excited to be a part of 3rd annual 30 Days of Halloween hosted by Alison at The Cupcake Diaries! Make sure to click over to find out more and check out the other amazing Halloween recipes and printables listed at the very end of this post.
I am a planner by nature. I was the student who had her paper written a week before it was due. Last minute deadlines stress me out. So you'd think that I would have my act together when it comes to parties in my kids classrooms. I start thinking about what to make weeks ahead of time, but pretty much every single time there's a party, it's the day before I still haven't made anything. That's why I love these adorable Halloween cookies! They are entirely semi-homemade so they're perfect for a last minute Halloween party.
Everything on these cookies is store bought including the cookies. These were made with sugar cookies purchased from the grocery store bakery. You could make some sugar cookies. I think homemade sugar and spice cookies would work nicely, too. But if you are like me, there's no time for baking just making. You'll also need to pick up white fondant and candy eyeballs. I've seen both of those items at Walmart and any craft store. A top to a mason jar is used to cut the fondant in to circles, but a glass or round cookie cutter would work as well.
To make the cookies, roll and cut the fondant out in to 10 circles. Cut the top 1/4 of your white circles off, spread with a little melted chocolate chips on the bottom and press down on the top of your cookies to get the piece of fondant to stick.
Do the same thing with the bottom 1/4 of the white fondant circles. Cut the remaining portion of the fondant circle in half at an angle and use the chocolate to secure it to the cookies creating the rest of the mummy's face.
Don't forget to leave room for the eyes. Attach the eyeballs with more chocolate. And that's it! This would be a great recipe to have the kids help make as well. My kids love taking in food they've helped make to their classes.
- Take a piece of white fondant the size of a tennis ball and roll into a ball with your hands.
Use a rolling pin to roll it out thin and flat.
- Once the fondant is thin and flat, use a mason jar lid or a large cup as a cookie cutter and cut out 10 circles. Set aside.
- Melt 1/8 cup of chocolate chips in the microwave for 1 minute, or until melted, stir, and set aside.
- Cut the top 1/4 of the white fondant circles off, spread a little melted chocolate on the bottom and press down on the top of cookie.
- Cut the bottom 1/4 of the fondant circles off, spread a little chocolate on the bottom and press down on the bottom of cookies.
- Cut the last piece of white fondant in half at an angle, spread a little chocolate on the bottom, and press down on the cookie, leaving a space for the eyes
- Dip a toothpick in the melted chocolate and put a little on the bottom of the eyes, then press onto your cookies in the open space
- Your cookies are ready for your kids next class party!
|Amount Per Serving||As Served|
|Calories 14kcal Calories from fat 6|
|% Daily Value|
|Total Fat 1g||2%|
|Saturated Fat 0g||0%|
|Dietary Fiber 0g||0%|
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
|Total Fat||Less than||65g|
|Sat Fat||Less than||25g|