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Are you a Halloween baker? I have to admit that I never have been, but mostly due to lack of time. This year, however, have I got a few Spooktacular treats up my sleeve. If you’re the creative type, Nestle is giving away $2,500 when you enter their Spooktacular Baking Activity Contest by entering your Halloween-themed treat using chocolate chip cookie dough. For more information and to enter, visit Nestle’s Facebook Page.
If you’re looking for inspiration, try out these monster cookies, perfect for scaring all those ghosts and goblins and ghouls on Halloween.
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Spooktacular Monster Cookies
1 package (16.5 oz.) Nestle Toll house Refrigerated Chocolate Chip Cookie Bar Dough
Suggested decorative ingredients:
1 container (16 oz.) prepared white and/or chocolate frosting
Gel or paste food colorings of choice to color white frosting
Assorted candies, Nestle Toll House Semi-Sweet Chocolate Mini Morsels for eyes
Blanched slivered almonds for teeth
Assorted sprinkles, licorice strings
Prepare cookies as directed on package. Cool completely. Color white frosting as desired (one color can be used or divide frosting and have several colors; one container of frosting will be enough to make all 12).
Spoon one heaping tablespoon of frosting in center of 12 cookies. Top each with remaining 12 cookies. To make monster hair on top of cookie, fill pastry bag or small plastic food storage bag fitted with star tip with frosting. Squeeze bag lightly to pipe hair. Position eyes onto front of hair. Use frosting to adhere mini morsels to eyes for pupils. Insert almonds in filling for teeth. Decorate monsters as desired with additional sprinkles or licorice for an extra scary monster!
Makes 12 cookies.