Halloween Cookie Ideas . . .

If I were a good blogger, like say, Amanda from i am baker, I would already have new Halloween cookies ideas posted for you at the beginning of October.  (Check out her boo-tiful cake!)

You can see where this is going, right?  I'm a bad blogger.  Bad, bad blogger!  You'll see some new Halloween cookies, oh, around October 30th ;). {That is *hopefully* a joke.}

In the meantime, how about a few Halloween blasts from the past...

1. Spiderweb cookies: written & visual tutorials
2. Friendly Frankensteins
3. Creepy Coffin cookies
4. Sparkly Candy Corn cookies (with orange-tinted dough!)

What cookies are YOU planning to make this season?

33 comments

  1. These are so cute and one will never get tired of looking at them. Hoping you are having a wonderful birthday celebration today. All the best for an outstanding year. You deserve all good things that come your way Bridget :)

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  2. I love the candy corn cookies! I'm planning to make lots of seasonal pumpkin or apple recipes. So far, I've made one pumpkin themed recipe!

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  3. THanks for the shout out sweety!! I love your blast from the past... those cookies are timeless and classic and beautiful!!!

    Blessings-
    Amanda

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  4. My favorite are the skeletons.

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  5. Does anyone know how far in-advance you can make sugar cookies and then freeze them before they begin tasting like...well the freezer?

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  6. I love these! And I had to laugh at your opening lines. I wish I were as on top of things as some other bloggers, and posted stuff ahead of time :)

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  7. How precious! These look almost too good to eat!

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  8. Love all these cookies, the spiderwebs are my favorite!

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  9. those candy corn cookies are just darling!

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  10. They are all adorable! I like the coffin skeletons!

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  11. Your pink and black spider web cookies are still the cutest Halloween cookies I've ever seen!!

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  12. Great round up! I love seeing all these cookies. Great inspiration!

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  13. I can't wait to try some Halloween cookies. I think I will start with the spider webs.
    I want to thank you for inspiring me to try to do more with cookie decorating. I recently tried to do soccer balls http://crustaceandeviation.blogspot.com/2010/09/day-154.html as my first decorating attempt. and then I made crabs for my sons birthday party.http://thesupperdiaries.blogspot.com/2010/09/crab-salad-and-chicken-salad-sandwiches.html
    I wouldn't have even attempted these with out your inspiration.

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  14. Those are about the cutest darn Frankensteins I've ever seen!

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  15. Love the candy corn and the spider webs are especially adorable. I am also late - can't decide what cookies to make this year but your blog is so inspirational.

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  16. I love looking at your Halloween cookies!

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  17. I just love your halloween cookies. Absolutely adorable. I am planning on making pumpkin cookies with cute faces on them. Also,some ghosts and tombstones. Halloween is such fun!!

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  18. All adorable! I think the candy corn ones are my favorite! Is today your birthday?? Have a wonderful, fun, blessed day!!!

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  19. Woohoo I love this time of year ;)

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  20. Looking forward to baking some Halloween cookies this year! I just tried your recipes this weekend & baked cookies for my brother's b-day (he doesn't like cake so I thought cookies were a good swap!). I printed out all your directions & followed them to a tee...and everything came out PERFECTLY!!! I'm going to try the spider webs & also some pumpkins. I will send my son to school with some that look like Jack Skellington!

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  21. Actually, I already made some cookies and they are posted on my blog! I made some pumpkin sugar cookies and my always delicious Choco- Peanut-Butter Oatmeal cookies! I used your recipe, Bridget, for the sugar cookies and just added a bit of lemon. They were fantastic! Thank you for the recipe and happy baking everyone! Not sure if I'm allowed to post this so if you need to remove it that's fine. My blog (spaces added)
    http: //nataliafrank.blogspot. com/2010/10/random-randomness. html

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  22. So perfectly adorable! I love Halloween!!

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  23. too cute!! I'm hoping to make some halloween cookies this week!

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  24. What a cute blog you have! I love your ideas! You've inspired me to get decorating. :)

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  25. These are adorable! I love the little Frankenstein!

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  26. Absolutely love the candy corn! I'm planning on making some leaf and pumpkin sugar cookies sometime this month... along with a bunch of other fun fall desserts.

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