Halloween Cookies Tutorial-Endless Possibilities

When you see a tutorial on how to make cookies, do you follow the steps exactly? Shake things up a little and use the tutorial with a different shaped cutter. It is great practice to teach your brain how to look at cutters in a creative way. Take these little monster cookies for example, you can make them with a number eight cutter or a triangle cutter.

Halloween Cookies via www.thebearfootbaker.comIt is the same tutorial that was used for The Little Monster Cookies except, instead of using a number eight cutter, these were made with a triangle cutter. You could also use a circle, square, or even a plaque cutter and get different cookies with the same results. Halloween cookies are perfect for experimenting with cutters, because cute shapes make cute cookies.

Supplies for Halloween Cookies:

Click here for Frankenstein and His Bride
Click here for Mummy & Dracula

Halloween Cookies- One Tutorial with Endless Possibilities via www.thebearfootbaker.comSee, they look the same with a fun new twist. I am going to keep these instructions short and sweet because all you have to do is follow the tutorials for the little monster cookies with a few slight changes.

Mr. Mummy:

Halloween Cookies by www.thebearfootbaker.com


Dracula Halloween Cookies via www.thebearfootbaker.com

For Frankenstein:

Frankenstein Halloween Cookies via thebearfootbaker.com

Bride of Frankenstein:

Halloween Cookies with thebearfootbaker.com

Making Halloween cookies is easy because you can transform almost any cutter into a cute little creature. Lila Loa made some of the cutest monsters out of square cookies. They are some of the cutest Halloween cookies of all time. I hope you will read a tutorial, grab a cutter that you normally wouldn’t use and have some fun. Get crazy and see what happens.

If you don’t want to make monsters like Frank, Dracula or the Mummy, you can always go for cute mosters made out of flower cookie cutters.

Bear hugs,