Check it, Wreck it, Let’s begin….I love Halloween, as a kid, I liked to see what other people had in their houses and as an adult I like to share it was my kids. The dressing up, the fun silly items and of course all the other merriment that comes with the holiday.
This Halloween I’m teaming up with Immaculate Baking which makes gluten-free refrigerated ready to bake cookies! Perfect for meeting all the dietary needs for all the neighborhood kids.
Making creepy, oohey-gooey treats is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday! In past years, I’ve made witches hats, witches brooms and other fun items. But this year it was time to take it up a notch…go big or go home!
Immaculate Baking double chocolate cookies make the perfect base for this year’s spooky spider creations!
Chocolate, pretzels and googley-eyes make these delicious treats come to life.
Halloween Spooky Spiders:
- 1 package Immaculate Baking double chocolate refrigerated dough
- 48 pretzel sticks
- Gluten-free fudge frosting
- 6 ounces of gluten-free chocolate chips
- googley-eye candies
- Bake the Immaculate Baking Cookies per the instructions on the bag.
- While the cookies are cooling, begin to melt your chocolate chips.
- Once the chocolate chips are completely melted dip each of the pretzel sticks and cross the ends of two sticks to create a “spider leg”. Place the pretzel stick legs on parchment paper and freeze for 1 hour.
- Once the “legs” have hardened in the freezer, stick one leg into each side of the Immaculate Baking Cookie to create the spider.
- Then decorate with the fudge frosting and add your googley eyes!
- Freeze for 30 minutes before serving.
The boys and I also created some fun little monsters with our left over frosting and eyes.
If you are looking for a simple and fun holiday treat for your Halloween party and events check out immaculate baking for all your gluten-free deliciously spooky treats! And you can save with this $1.00 off coupon. Need some inspiration for other fun ways to bake sweet treats for your family check them out here.
Question of the Day: What’s your favorite way to celebrate Halloween?