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Halloween Cookies: DIY Witch Hats – NO BAKE!

Halloween is the type of holiday where you have the excuse to eat lots of sweets, dress up in costumes and act half your age; maybe throw in some booze for good ‘ol times sake.  What better than to prepare some tasty, Halloween cookies for you and your friends to enjoy, pre-party?

halloween cookies: witch hats

Witch Hats – Easy Halloween cookies For Your festive Pre-Party

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Okay, first, I am not a baker!  These Halloween cookies called “Witch Hats” are so EASY to make and you can throw them together before your friends arrive, or you can make them days in advance and keep them ready-to-eat in the freezer.

Enjoy with Candy Corn Cordials for added spice and rum.

Let us know how it goes – would love to see pics of your Halloween Witch Hats, so tweet us @nubry.  Enjoy!

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Halloween Cookies: Witch Hats Recipe


  • Hershey’s® Kisses® milk chocolates, unwrapped
  • 1 package (11 1/2 ounces) fudge-striped shortbread cookies (Keebler is preferable, cookie should have a chocolate covered bottom)
  • 1 tube of decorating icing (orange)
  • 1 pack of sprinkles – Halloween assortment

You will need: Hershey Kisses, Keebler Fudge Stripes Cookies, Icing, & Halloween Sprinkles


Step 1. Place cookies upside down with the chocolate side facing up

Step 2. Squeeze icing out of tube around the inner circumference of the cookie hole.  Place a Hershey’s Kiss firmly on the icing and let icing dry.

Cut off tip of decorating icing with a pair of scissors

Squeeze icing out of tube around the inner circumference of the cookie hole

halloween cookies: witch hats

place hershey kiss on top of each cookie and let dry

Step 3. Ice the remaining surface area of the cookie using a knife to spread an even layer and then sprinkle the desired decorations overtop of the icing

ice the entire cookie and spread icing evenly with a knife

sprinkle each of the iced cookies with decorative Halloween sprinkles

Step 4. Repeat steps 1-3 until all of the cookies have kisses on them and are decorated

Step 5. Tilt the cookies after they are dry to get rid of any extra sprinkles that did not stick.

Storage: Store cookies in the fridge if you are not enjoying them immediately.

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About The Author

Britt Hackmann is the co-founder of Nubry. Her background includes retail management, digital marketing strategy, fashion marketing, and marketing analytics. She loves snow skiing, tennis, traveling, partying in the big city and getting dirty in the countryside. Twitter @BrittHackmann Follow Gretchen and I on Instagram for previews of everything! @nubry

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