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Halloween Recipes - desserts
by Jennifer Pierce

  • Content Focus:
  • Food/Beverages/Gourmet,
  • Kitchen/Cooking,
  • Content Type:
  • Recipe

Halloween is a time for FUN!  And these easy desserts are certainly fun!  

Perfect for your Halloween Party or just fun with the kids!

 

halloween cookies

 

Check out the video for a bonus tip on making  WITCH HATS for your cupcakes. 

 

 

one eyed green monster cookie

Monster Cookies:  

2 cups TCE White Chocolate Baking Mix                                                                                  3 Tbs butter, melted

1 large egg                                                                                                                                                                                               1/2 cup Powdered Sugar

Candy Eyes

Preheat oven 350*.

Combine TCE White Chocolate Baking MIx, egg, and melted butter.  

Roll dough into one-inch balls and coat with powdered sugar.  

Place on baking tray   and flatten slightly with the back of a spoon.  

Make 12-15 mins or until set. 

Add candy eyes while cookie is still soft.  

  • For Spiderweb:  Mix TCE Buttercream Frosting according to directions on bag.  Frost cookie.  Immediately draw 3 circles to look like a dartboard with black frosting pen.  Use a toothpick to drag lines from the center of the cookie for desired effect.  

spider web buttercream frosting

 

Mummy pumpkin pie cookies

Mummy Pumpkin Pie Cookies

1 package refrigerated Pie Crust                                                                                               3 TBS Spiced Chai Tea Mix

3/4 cup Pumpkin Puree                                                                                                                                                               2 oz Cream Cheese

Candy Eyes                                                                                                                                                                                                            2 TBS Sugar

 

To make filling: combine pumpkin with chai tea mix and cream cheese.  

Preheat oven to 375* and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Roll out 1 pie crust and cut rectangles, approximately 4x3 inches.  

Roll out second pie crust and cut  into 1/2 inch strips.  

Place rectangles on baking sheet.  Top with  2 Tbs pumpkin filling, avoiding the   edges.  

Mix 1 egg white with 1 Tbs water.  

Brush the rectangle edges with the egg wash.  

Top with strips to create a mummy look, sealing edges with your finger.  Trim any excess. 

Brush tops of all mummies with egg wash.  

Mix sugar and 1 tsp chai tea mix. Sprinkle mixture on top of all mummy cookies.  

Bake 20 mins or until golden brown 

Add eyes to warm cookies.  

 

 mummy pumpkin pie fillingcut mummy pie dough

 

You can get these products from The Cocoa Exchange at www.QueenOfCocoa.com or by contacting Jenn Pierce, Cocoa Queen, at 240-821-3009 or MyCocoaExperience@gmail.com

About the Contributor

Jennifer Pierce / Cocoa Queen

The Cocoa Exchange Hagerstown, MD

Hi! I'm Jenn, the Cocoa Queen! I have a blast sharing chocolate with new friends at in-home tasting parties! From Chocolate Martinis to Chocolate Hot Sauce, there is truly something for everyone. This benefits of this company are endless: free luxury vacations, one of the best compensation plans in the industry, backed by billion-dollar Mars, Inc., and tons of support. Is it work if you are having this much fun?
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