When looking for Halloween Themed desserts and cookies I always love to add in some quick and easy No Bake Cookie. Witches Hat Cookies are among the easiest to throw together and serve to your little monsters.
With a handful of ingredients, these tasty cookies can be made by both little and big hands in the kitchen. It's even a fun craft you can eat for a Elementary School Halloween Party in the classroom.
If your afternoons are anything like mine, these spooky Witch Hat Cookies are heaven sent in a pinch. And better yet, these cookies can be made so quickly you won't be caught off guard when you are asked to bring Halloween Treats to an event.
Want spooky Halloween Witch Cookies or a more whimsical Witches Hat it's easy to change this recipe up for whatever you need.
Shopping List for Halloween No Bake Cookies Witches Hat
Cookies. Oreo Cookies, Chips Ahoy, OR Fudge Strip Cookies
Frosting. Pre-meade Frosting. Choose White and color with a variety of colors, or choose a color.
Chocolate. Hershey's Kiss. Choose a Striped Hug, a Kiss with Almonds, or a plain Chocolate Kiss
Sprinkles. An optional decoration. But it sure is fun to add to the frosting. Brightly colored or dark and spooky. It's up to you.
How to make Witch Hat Cookies
Any cookie will do, but I do love the Dark Chocolate Oreo Cookies. Mmm, they are rich and oh so good.
Line a cookie sheet or a plate with parchment paper and place cookies on sheet.
Place a small dollop of frosting in the center of each cookie. A little goes a long way. I suggest about the size of a dime. It tends to get messy if more frosting is placed.
Top with a Hershey's Kiss and press down slightly so the frosting oozes out under the kiss.
Then sprinkle Halloween Sprinkles onto the frosting and shake off the excess.
It's just that simple!
So simple in fact this is a recipe I suggest letting the kids help make. Getting kids in the kitchen is a huge self confidence boost and it allows them to try with a recipe they can't fail at.
Halloween Cookie Ideas
There are so many cookie ideas from Spider Cookies, Frankenstein Cookies made with Reeses Peanut Butter cups and everything in between.
You might also enjoy these Sally Stitches Cookies from the Nightmare Before Christmas with Jack Skellington. Simply adorable if you ask me.
For a fun and tasty cooky, try these Pumpkin Spice cookies topped with a Candy Corn Pumpkin candy and green frosting. They are a crowd pleaser.
Welcome to 2022’s #HalloweenTreatsWeek event!
#HalloweenTreatsWeek is a yearly Halloween blogging event that is hosted by Angie from Big Bear’s Wife . This event is an online, week-long event that is filled with some amazingly wicked Halloween treats and recipes from some fantastic Halloween loving bloggers!
It's #halloweentreatsweek and below I'll share a list of fantastic Halloween Baked Goods and treats. These are all from fellow blogging friends from Halloween Cake to Halloween desserts and even caramel apples too.
All your party treats will be taken care of with these lists of great holiday treats.
- Jack Skellington Biscuit Donuts from Big Bear's Wife
- Easiest Halloween Cookies Ever from SemiHomemade Recipes
- Halloween Sangria from Fresh April Flours
- Chocolate Truffle Spider Cheesecake Bites from Sweet ReciPEAs
- Witches Hat Cookies from Best Cookie Recipes
- Easy Monster Cake from Pastry Chef Online
- Pumpkin Patch Spice Cake from Jen Around the World
Witches Hat Cookies No Bake
- 12 Oreo Cookies Dark Chocolate, Mint, Halloween Orange
- 12 Hershey's Kisses Chocolate, Hugs, or Cookies and Cream
- 1 pkg Frosting
- ¼ Cup Halloween Sprinkles
- Line Cookies on baking sheet or plate
- Top with Frosting. Use a small dollop of frosting
- Press Hershey's Kiss on frosting
- Sprinkle Halloween Sprinkles onto frosting (optional)
StorageStore cookies in sealed container or wrap in plastic wrap
Substitutions:Cookie options: Oreo Cookies, Chips Ahoy, Fudge Striped Cookies Frosting: Black Frosting or use White Frosting and color Orange, Green or Purple
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