No-Bake Spooky Spider Cookies are the perfect addition to your Halloween celebration this year! With their big googly eyes and creepy little legs, these no-bake Halloween cookies with be the hit of your ghoulish celebration and kids will love gobbling them up!
No-Bake Spider Cookies Recipe
Kids will love making No-Bake Spooky Spider Cookies as a craft project and they’ll be delighted when they get to eat them too! Or just make them as the googly-eyed dessert to celebrate the spookiest of days. These adorable, I mean spooky, spiders are made from mini oreo cookies, black licorice and edible sugar eyes.
And these little spider creatures are just as happy on top of a cupcake or a spider-webbed layer cake as they are on a store-bought cookie. So let them crawl around on your dessert of choice! A quick trip to the grocery store, and the craft store for the sugar eyeballs, if your grocery store isn’t quite up to speed for Halloween, and you’ll be all set for this adorable Halloween treat!
I love to go all out and add more spider decorations to my table and this ceramic spider bowl is an adorable way to serve more treats! And why not sprinkle some plastic spiders on your table too! And don’t forget to hang a huge 22-inch inflatable monster spider balloon from the ceiling too. Now that’s a creepy crawly party!
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No-Bake Spooky Spider Cookies are the perfect addition to your Halloween celebration this year! They can be an edible craft project for the kids or the googly-eyed dessert you’ve made to celebrate the spookiest of days.
Spread frosting over top of cookie, about 1 Tablespoon frosting per cookie.
Sprinkle with cake sparkles.
Gently press licorice pieces into creme center of mini cookies to form spider legs.
Use remaining frosting to attach candy eyeballs to cookie.
Place cookie spider on top of cookie. Boo!
Makes 12 cookies.
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