Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Spooky Spider Cookies

This is another quick and easy Halloween treat idea from Betty Crocker.

Black string licorice
20 orange creme-filled chocolate sandwich cookies
1 teaspoon chocolate ready-to-spread frosting (from 16-oz container)
40 miniature candy-coated chocolate pieces
1. For each cookie, cut eight 1 1/2-inch pieces of licorice for legs. Insert 4 pieces into filling on each side of each cookie.
2. With frosting, attach 2 miniature chocolate pieces to top of each cookie for eyes.


Kelly Polizzi said...

i just found your blog and love all your wonderful recipes. I am now a follower.

Question: where did you find your string licorice? cant seem to find this anywhere!

Kelly :)

Jadi said...


I just saw this comment. I have used the black licorice wheels before. I can usually find a bag of them at Five Below.

Kelly Polizzi said...

thanks for getting back to me! :D

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