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Monster Cookies #SundaySupper


Before we get into the Halloween fun today, I wanted to make you aware of a great cause I am involved with today.  Over at Country Cleaver, Megan is hosting a bake sale for Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America.  I have my Peanut Butter Bars up for sale, so please go check it out!

Halloween is just a few days away?  Are you ready?  Are you excited?  Well today for #SundaySupper, Leslie from La Cociana de Leslie is hosting a Trick Or Treat event.  You have lots of drinks, dinners, desserts and more, all perfect for Halloween.  Plus, make sure to stop back all week, as I even more fun Halloween treats in store.

These cookies are so easy to make, and completely up to you how crazy you want to get.  You could start with store bought cookies, frozen cookie dough, from scratch, whatever works for you.  You can even use store bought frosting if you are in a hurry.  Just bake cookies, color some frosting, frost a mouth, some hair, put on some eyes and you are done.  Use whatever colors you want.  The eyes can be the googly candy eyes by Wilton, or M&M’s, Reese’s Pieces…whatever you want!

My 7 year old and I picked 3 colors for our monsters.  I put the frosting in 3 piping bags, with 3 different tips.  Then we just went to town, and had fun frosting.  There is no right or wrong way to do it.  My 7 year old kept asking if he could mix up the eyes (1 yellow, 1 googly etc).  Why not?  They are monsters after all!

Monster Cookies #SundaySupper
 
Serves: 16
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Chocolate chip sandwich cookies decorated like scary monsters for Halloween
Ingredients
  • 1 batch Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (recipe Here)
  • 2 cups frosting (recipe Here)
  • candy for eyesfood coloring

Instructions
  1. Bake cookies, and allow to fully cool.
  2. Separate frosting into bowls. Color frosting into whatever colors you have chosen. Place frosting into piping bags, or a resealable plastic bag.
  3. Match up cookies according to size. Frost the front half of one cookie. Place the other cookie on tip. Frost the “hair” on the back half of the top cookie. Place on the eyes. Allow the frosting to set before serving.

 

We would love to have you join this special Sunday Supper and bring your halloween party recipes.  So many amazing recipes and this group is just a blast to be around.  Our #SundaySupper chat will begin on Twitter at 7pm Eastern Time.   Grab your Bewitching Brew and Ghoulish Grew and join the fun!

Bewitching Brews:

Ghoulish Gruel:

Haunted Snacks:

Spooky Sweets:

Join us on Twitter throughout the day during #SundaySupper.  We’ll be meeting up at 7:00 pm(Eastern) for our weekly #SundaySupper  live chat.

All you have to do is follow the #SundaySupper hashtag or you can follow us through TweetChat.

We’d also love to feature your Sunday Supper Halloween Party Recipes on our #SundaySupper Pinterest board and share them with all of our followers, too.

This is a fun Sunday Supper you don’t want to miss! I promise you will have a blast.

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Comments

  1. Love these! This would be perfect project for the kids. Totally cute!

  2. What a fun project. They look like so much fun and perfect for Halloween.

  3. So fun! I love cookie sandwiches (it is the frosting that gets me every time).

  4. Very cute! Great decorating on the cookies.

  5. Awww these are just too cute! And it’s so fun to put together with the kids!

  6. Very cute cookies…and I love icing with my cookies! What’s a little sugar among friends?

  7. These are so cute for Halloween!

  8. Cute and bright and festive! Bet it turns your tongue blue! LOL!

  9. Absolutely adorable Halloween cookies. How much fun!

  10. Sandwich cookies!! yum! I love how cute these are!

  11. These are adorable :) Party stuff ! Kids would go crazy !! Yummm !

  12. Oh I am pinning these for my friends that have little ones. I can see them helping out in the kitchen. Thanks for sharing them!!

  13. These are so sweet. Love sandwich cookies!!

  14. These look wonderful, and sound like so much fun to make! I love that there are no rules!

  15. Too adorable! Great cause too. :)

  16. SO cute…and my kids would love ALL that yummy icing :)

  17. Those are some pretty darn cute cookie sandwiches, if I do say so!!! Love the bright colors…

  18. Oh this would be a perfect project for a young class. I am bookmarking this for later.

  19. My frosting loving sister would be all over these! Great addition to #Sundaysupper!

  20. How do you have energy to make all this? This is hard work putting together…I appreciate it, though :) Nice work, Erin!

  21. What a fun idea!!! They look great :)

  22. These are soooo cute, Erin!

  23. The colors are great, so vibrant! Can´t go wrong with cookies!

  24. Oh how cute. Reminds me of Cookie Monster. This would be perfect for a children’s party any time during the year

  25. Fun, cute and adorable!! I would love to have a plate of these on my Halloween table. :)

  26. These are too fun! And I am sure the frosting does a belly good!

  27. Erin, these are just darling. I want to sink my teeth into that vibrant frosting. Yum!

  28. These cookies are very fun;-) Great baking project before Halloween;-)

  29. So fun!! Your cookies really made me smile!!

  30. Cute Erin, I know your son loved these cookies.

  31. Very cute cookie sandwiches! I’ll bet they’re tasty too!

  32. That one guy on the right reminds me of Chuckie from Rugrats with the colors chosen haha Love the idea!! Pinning :)

  33. Well done Erin! What a great selection and your Monster Cookies look so adorable!

  34. I love these cookies!! and I especially LOVE that you made them with your 7 year old!! They look great!

  35. These are so much fun! And so easy!

  36. Love the picture it really look like the monster cookie. :-)

  37. What a fun project to do with kids! You had so many neat Halloween-inspired recipes over here, I’m sad I got behind on commenting and am just seeing them now!

  38. What adorable cookies! Really enjoying your celebration of halloween with all of the goodies you are making.

  39. What a great idea! The kids would have a ball decorating!

  40. What a fun project for Halloween! Your artistic side definately shows in your decorating. The cookies are adorable.

  41. Love how colorful these are! I could see these doing really well as a Halloween bake sale.

  42. So, so adorable! And wonderful cause :)

  43. Omg Erin these are wicked adorable. You need to teach me how to pipe.

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