Halloween is rapidly approaching so now is the perfect time to collect a few new recipes. Children of all ages certainly do love making and eating these super cute Halloween Sugar Cookies!!! Make a batch, pile them onto a plate and watch how quickly they disappear!
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These fun Halloween Sugar Cookies (a.k.a. Sugar Cookie Monsters) started by making a scrumptious sugar cookie dough or this gluten-free sugar cookie recipe.
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A combination of several drops of red and yellow food coloring will quickly turn the dough orange color. I used 2 drops of red food coloring per three drops of yellow food coloring. Sprinkle your working surface with a little all-purpose or gluten-free flour and roll out the dough to approximately 1/4 inch thickness. An apple-shaped cookie cutter works great when cutting out the shapes. The apple shaped cookie cutter can be used for either apples or pumpkins.
When the Halloween Sugar Cookies are finished baking, allow them to cool for 5 minutes before removing the cookies from the baking sheet. Because the cookies need to be completely cool before icing, place the cookies on a wire baking rack to finish cooling.
I love these fun little eyeballs! Some of the pupils were larger than others so you can miss-match them to give your cookies character, or match the pupils so they are the same size. To attach the eyeballs to the cookies simply add two dots of icing to the cookies, then place the eyeballs on top and allow the icing to harden for a few minutes. It doesn’t take long to create a whole family of Halloween Sugar Cookies (a.k.a. Sugar Cookies Monsters!)
Place the cookies onto a serving platter right along with other Halloween treats. You can also surprise your kids after school and have a plate full of these cute cookies ready for them when they walk through the door.
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