13 Best Halloween Cookies to Make This Fall

Hey, maybe a ghost ate them! *Wink.*

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These friendly ghosts, witch fingers and pumpkin mummies are haunting our Halloween dessert tables in the best possible way. They're sure to be gone without a trace (okay, maybe they'll leave a crumb trail!) before the end of Bobby Pickett's "Monster Mash."

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Tara Donne
Spiced Chocolate Bat Cookies

Bats live in caves and, the way I see it, our mouths are pretty cave-like. See where I'm going with this?

What you'll need: bat cookie cutter ($6, )

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Naomi Robinson
Oreo Spider Webs

If spiders wove white and dark chocolate webs, we don't think anyone would object to getting stuck in them.


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Brian Woodcock
Cameo Cookies

Go a little Gothic — the Gothic era, that is! — with these Victorian-inspired cameo cookies.

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Naomi Robinson
Cat Skeleton Cookies

Whether you believe in superstitions or not, seeing cookie black cats is most definitely a good omen.

What you'll need: cat cookie cutter ($6, )

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Tara Donne
Almond Shortbread Owls

With almond wings and noses, these be-hoo-tiful owls are equal parts decor and dessert.

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Sugar Hero
Witch Fingers with Red Velvet Hot Chocolate

A little bit of cream cheese gives this red velvet hot chocolate a thicker consistency — perfect for dipping almond-nail witch fingers into!

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Naomi Robinson
Mummy Pops

Dipped in chocolate, "wrapped" in buttercream and topped with roving yellow M&M eyeballs, these Nutter Butter cookie pops are a spooky way to celebrate.

What you'll need: straws ($9, )

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Lauren Conrad
Halloween Macarons

Give homemade orange macarons little personalities with emoji-esque drawn-on faces.

What you'll need: food writing pen ($5, )

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OMG Chocolate Desserts
Mummy Pumpkin Cookies

A cross between a cookie and a strudel, these "mummies" are wrapped up in buttery pie crust and cinnamon sugar.

What you'll need: candy eye balls ($9, )

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First Year Blog
Nutter Butter Tombstones

Mix black and white candy melts for the perfect slate gray tombstone shade. 

What you'll need: black candy melts ($6, ), white candy melts ($6, )

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Lil Luna
Gooey Monster Cookies

Do these cute many-eyed guys not look like something straight out of Monsters Inc?

What you'll need: candy eye balls ($9, )

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Sarah's Bake Studio
Happy Ghost Sugar Cookies

These cheerful mini ghosts are a lot more "Awwww!" and a lot less "AHHH!"

What you'll need: ghost cookie cutter ($14, ), food writing pen ($5, )

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House of Nash Eats
Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies

With white chocolate, peanut butter and Reese's Pieces chips, these dark cocoa, nutty cookies channel Halloween's favorite colors.

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