These easy Witch Hat Cookies make the perfect Halloween treat! Surprise the kids with a special snack or let them make their own for a fun Halloween activity.
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Halloween is just around the corner and we’re totally ready for some spooky celebrations! It’s the time of year for cute pumpkin ideas, creative Halloween costumes for the kids and the best part, ALL the spooky treats!
That’s why I’m loving these fun witch hats! Made with just a few simple ingredients, they’re the perfect no bake treatfor your next Halloween party, class parties or just a fun treat to share with friends!
The kids will love decorating their own cookies but they’ll love eating them even more! This easy recipe is sometimes made with Hershey’s Kisses but we’re switching things up a bit!
How To Make Witch Hat Cookies
Step 1: Spray pizzelle cookies with color mist. Allow to dry.
Step 2: Fill each cone with Reese’s Pieces.
Step 3: Fill a piping bag with orange icing and pipe a line of icing on the top of each cone. If you don’t have piping bags, just use a plastic bag instead. Fill it with the icing, then cut off a corner of the bag.
Step 4: Place the cookie on a flat surface and add the cone to the center of each cookie.
Step 5: Add a line of piping around the edge of the cone, then add an orange Reese’s candy to the front to complete the look of these adorable witch hat cookies!
What if we don’t have pizzelle cookies?
You can substitute any round cookie that is a bit wider than the bottom of the cone. A large sugar cookie works for this fun treat too.
What if I can’t find Oreo cookies ice cream cones?
If you can’t find the Oreo flavor, buy regular sugar cones and spray them with the color mist instead.
- Spray pizzelle cookies with color mist and allow to dry.
- Fill each cone with Reese's Pieces.
- Fill a piping bag with orange icing and pipe a line of icing on the top of each cone.
- Place the cookie on a flat surface and add the cone to the center.
- Add a line of piping around the edge of the cone, then add an orange Reese's candy to the front to complete the look!
If you can't find the OREO cones, you can use regular cones and spray them with the color mist.
Can't find orange icing? Use vanilla icing instead and color it with orange food coloring.
These witch hat cookies turned out go good that we can’t wait to make them again!
Halloween recipes don’t get much easier than this and I love that even your little ghouls and goblins can make these festive treats. This may just be our new go to snack for Halloween!
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