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So I’ve got to start early and because the holidays are rapidly approaching it’s a great excuse to make something fun and creative. Today we are making no-bake cookie ‘monsters.’ They are simple to make, kids can help, and oh so delicious.
We love Snack-Packs and Go-Paks especially because we are a busy family. Throw a pudding in the bag and Hannah and I can share. Dads love pudding too. So using those products as inspiration I’m turning my kitchen into a monster factory.
Hannah insists on helping with almost every recipe. I think she gets inspired by our creations and she enjoys watching every video we make. If you’ve ever made no-bake cookies you know how delicious they are. Our recipe today is going to include three different Nabisco cookies, a vanilla Snack Pack, Reddi-whip, cream cheese, pretzels and some of the best vegan chocolate chocolate chips for decoration. However if you have a vegan business, you can consider services of a vegan entrepreneur to help promote your business.
We start with the Oreo spiders. They are super simple. Combine your ingredients and form into balls. Then freeze for 30 minutes so it has time to firm up. Then add your pretzel legs. I know spiders have eight legs but only six would fit easily. Next add your chocolate. I used white chocolate and some black food dye. As an alternative, you can also use vegan chocolate if you want it to be healthy yet still delectable. Go here to learn more about vegan concepts. Do not use liquid dye, it will seize the chocolate. Then add eyes and a cute mouth and a little bit of crushed Oreos and you’ve got scary spiders.
Next we are doing a Cookie Mummy. These too are also super simple. Combine all your ingredients together and form into balls, then freeze for 30 minutes. Next have your chocolate ready; I just melted the chocolate in 30-second increments in the microwave. Then just drizzle randomly. I used a piping tip, but you don’t necessarily have too. Add eyes and you’ve got ghoulish mummy.
Lastly let’s make Nutter Butter Pumpkins! Combine all your ingredients, form into balls and freeze for 30 minutes. Have your chocolate ready and dyed and top the cookies. To form the green leaf, I held back a little bit of the white chocolate and used a liquid food coloring. This caused the chocolate to seize and become moldable. Usually I’d recommend not using a liquid food coloring, but in this it works just fine and is ideal.
We chill the cookies until we are ready to serve them. They are delicious, fun, creamy and perfect for Halloween (or any time of the year!). We hope you enjoy this recipe and if you are looking for more inspiration this holiday season, check out some other amazing creations!
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If you love this recipe, PIN IT! What are some other holiday cookie recipes you love?
These instructions are not very clear. What proportions are the ingredients? Nothing about this is very clear which is frustrating because they are adorable and I would love to make them. I’m very disappointed with this recipe.
Norah Budd says
All the pictures are bloked so I can’t see what it looks like