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5 Adorable Trick-Or-Treat & Halloween Pinata Cookies

photo: Megan Reardon [NotMartha.org

 

The lovely Miss Megan, from NotMartha.org is always pulling together clever Halloween ideas. Last year she created the devilishly fun Tentacle Pot Pie for us right here at Babble. This year, she’s pulled out all the stops on her own blog, introducing the world to her adorable Trick-Or-Treat cookies, a take on the favorite Pinata Cookies, which hit the web a few months back. Check out her fun recipe idea, and four other Halloween Cookies with candy hidden inside. You won’t believe how cute these cookies are!

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  • Trick-Or-Treat Cookies 1 of 5
    Trick-Or-Treat Cookies
    Grab some mini M&M's and a few fancy Halloween sprinkles and let NotMartha.org show you how to make these absurdly cute Trick-Or-Treat Cookies!
    Get the recipe from NotMartha.org
  • 3D Pumpkin Cookies 2 of 5
    3D Pumpkin Cookies
    These 3D cookies are fun, fancy, and surprisingly simple to make! With their bright colors and adorable shape, everyone is sure to love this adorable recipe idea!
    Get the recipe from Glorious Treats
  • Pinata Cupcakes 3 of 5
    Pinata Cupcakes
    Looking for a fun way to turn your Halloween party into a trick-or-treat fest? Try tossing together a batch of these delicious Pinata Cupcakes!
    Get the recipe from La Receta De La Felicidad
  • Coffin Cookies 4 of 5
    Coffin Cookies
    Wilton has the cutest idea for turning vampire beds into a candy coffin!
    Get the recipe from Wilton
  • Witches Hats 5 of 5
    Witches Hats
    For those of us slackers out there who want all the fun of a pinata cookie without all the rolling, baking, and decorating. This recipe uses premade cookies and ice cream cones to turn witches hats into candy-filled fun!!
    Get the recipe from Sugar Tea

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