Easy Halloween Witch Hats

Wednesday, October 28, 2020
How fun are these easy Halloween Witch Hats to make with your little ones for the holiday?.


Store bought ingredients and you're on your way to a fun filled family edible creation the kids are going to love.


You can actually make your own Shortbread Cookies too if you're feeling really energenic, I just make this the quickest easiest cookie as possible.


Not only are these simple cookies to make they're delicious and fun to eat and totally bewitching!


Check out these easy instructions and let get started on making this fun projects along with a great Halloween memory.


these are fudge striped cookies decorated into witch hats using orange frosting and Hersey kisses








these are witch hat halloween cookies made with fudge strip cookies and kisses made out of chocolate with sugar colored sprinkles




Creative Ideas



When I make these the kids like the colored sugars to place around the rim, it's a little messier but you can get newspaper down and let them have a blast.


Change the frosting colors to purple, yellow or any bright color you prefer, they can all be different.


Whether it's a school fun project, making them for a party or any just about any event, these are quick and a great addition to the party tables.


this is orange frosting on a hershey kiss to make a witch hat on shortbread cookies fudge strip



Ingredient Suggestions for Making Fun Witch Hats

  1. fudge stripe cookies (from any dollar store or the original Keebler kind)
  2. white canned frosting or homemade
  3. food coloring to make the rim of the hat red and orange make yellow
  4. sugar colors for the Halloween like purple, orange or black (this will make a glitter)
  5. hershey's kisses in either dark or milk chocolate




this is the ingredients using store bought fudge stripped cookies and hersheys kisses to make witch hats for Halloween




Tool You Will Need

  • cookie sheet
  • wax paper
  • butter knife or offset spatula
  • bowl
  • spoon
  • storage container for cookies
  • optional pastry bag with round tip





These are homemade cookies with a hershey kiss in the middle and frosting to glue it on to make a witch hat at Halloween



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Other Fun Recipes




Make a recipe of shortbread from the Samoas Recipe CLICK HERE using a fluted edged cookie cutter and leaving in the middles, or use store-bought fudge striped cookies!

Halloween Popcorn Balls

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Pistachio Witch Finger Cookies

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Doll Cakes

Christmas Ice Cream Cone Trees

Graham Cracker Christmas House

Ice cream cone Easter Baskets

Tropical Beach Cake

Jello Tropical Cups

There you have it, a happy Halloween witch hat and a party of fun treats!



These are homemade cookies with a hershey kiss in the middle and frosting to glue it on to make a witch hat at Halloween




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Author: Claudia Lamascolo
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Easy Witch Hats

Easy Witch Hats

A fun project for the kids for Halloween using all store-bought ingredients. These fudge stripe cookies will turn into delicious witch hats.

Ingredients

  • 1 package of store-bought fudge striped cookies of any kind
  • 1 package of Hershey Kisses enough for each cookie in milk or dark chocolate unwrapped
  • 1 can white frosting
  • 1 tube of red food coloring 
  • 1 tube of yellow food coloring
  • Note: you can use any color frosting you prefer Halloween colors
  • Halloween colored sugars (orange, black, purple) or use sprinkles in any colors
  • Wax paper 
  • Cookie sheet 
  • Container  with a cover
  • Butter knife
  • Bowl to mix and color the frosting in
  • Optional:  Cake decorating pastry bag is optional using a large round tip to make the rim you can leave it just with the color that will seep under the Hershey kiss when pressing down.

Instructions

  1. Place a piece of wax paper on a cookie sheet.
  2. Line the cookies with the full chocolate icing side up.
  3. Mix the white frosting with a drop of red then yellow to make orange.
  4. Place a dollop of frosting on the bottom of each Hershey kiss.
  5. Press the unwrapped Hershey kiss into the center of the cookie squishing some of the frosting out and ( this will the rim orange color.
  6. Optional: using a piping cake decorating bag you can make a rim if you like bigger.
  7. Note: if using colored sugars and sprinkles use white frosting not tinted. ( I shake it on over the sink)

Calories

146.14

Fat (grams)

6.89

Sat. Fat (grams)

2.53

Carbs (grams)

21.26

Fiber (grams)

0.43

Net carbs

20.83

Sugar (grams)

17.34

Protein (grams)

1.04

Sodium (milligrams)

76.71

Cholesterol (grams)

4.98
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store bought fudge strip cookies made into witch hats using frosting and hershey kisses



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Disclosure: This recipe was originally shared in 2012. It was edited and re-published in 2020.

8 comments

  1. You deserve a tip of my hat for designing that.

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  2. Claudia, I just adore these awesome and easy...yet super creative yummy cookies. So much fun for Halloween!

    BTW-I made the honey garlic chicken wings, and will be posting it next!
    (they were super delicious, and disappeared in minutes! sad to say, but I only got one wing!)

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  3. That's a fun little treat. :)
    Happy Haunting :)

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  4. Love these, Claudia! Perfect Halloween treats :)

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  5. Hi Claudia, that's a very cute Halloween hats cookies. You're very creative. 2 thumbs up for you.

    Have a nice week ahead.

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