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Ingredients of Halloween Cookies
- It’s 250 grams of softened unsalted butter.
- Prepare 350 grams of self raising/plain flour.
- It’s 300 grams of granulated sugar.
- It’s 1/2 teaspoon of salt.
- Prepare 1.5 tablespoon of vanilla essence.
- Prepare 10-12 of almonds soaked overnight,peeled and halved.
- You need 4-5 tablespoons of Around of red coloured jam(mixed fruit or strawberry should do).
- Prepare Handful of Choco chips.
- Prepare of For scary Oreo spider cookies:.
- It’s 250 grams of pack, of Oreo creme cookies(if desired flavour).
- You need 2 tablespoon of heavy creme.
- It’s of Tiny chocolates buttons(as needed).
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Halloween Cookies step by step
- Beat the butter until soft peaks are formed.
- Add in 1/2 the sugar and beat until incorporated, then repeat by adding the remaining sugar.
- Once done, start adding the flour in portions and fold in well using a spatula.
- Keep 4-5 tablespoon of the dough aside to be used for Oreo spider cookies.
- You may want to refrigerate the dough wrapped in a cling film for an hour before beginning to shape the cookies(optional).
- Once done, align a baking tray with baking paper and put your gloves on.
- Preheating the oven can be done when you are half way through your shaping process, as it may take sometime.
- For the ghost cookies, option 1: if using a cookie cutter, it’s essential that you refrigerate the dough before shaping, as you want it to be firm.
- Cut off ghost shaped cookies and place Choco chips to denote eyes.
- Option 2: for shaping with hands, roll a lemon sized dough into s ball and flatten to form a tear/rain drop shape(easy option).
- Another way is to shape them like a pear and then place Choco chips..
- For witch fingers : take a dough portion lesser than a lemon.
- Roll into a cylinder and place on the baking tray.
- Press down gently using a fork to create marks (optional).
- Add a touch of jam on one end of the rolled finger (denoting blood)and place half an almond on the other end (denoting nail).
- Create all finger and ghost cookies similarly and as many as you need from the dough.
- Halfway through shaping the cookies, preheat oven to 180 degree celcius.
- Leave 1/2 inch gap between each cookie and place the tray in the oven once done.
- Bake until the sides slightly brown and transfer the baked cookies on a rack to cool.
- The Oreo spider cookies can be made in minutes..
- Mix melted chocolate/1/2 tablespoon of cocoa powder to the dough kept aside before.
- Separate the biscuit shells and roll a pinch sized portions of the chocolate dough into tiny spider legs.
- Cover with the shell once agin and press down gently. Keep aside to set.
- Place the creme in a bowl and dip a chopstick end in it.
- Create spider eyes and place chocolate buttons to create eyeballs..scary!! (You can break Choco chips into smaller pieces for eye balls if so not find small sized chocolate buttons).
- That’s it. Our scary Oreo spider cookies are ready.
- Store airtight until the ‘big day’.
- Surprise your family and pals with your delicious and scary treats! Happy Halloween.
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