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Halloween Frankencat Cookies

  • Prep 40 min
  • Total 1 hr 45 min
  • Servings 24
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These costumed cats are ready to party! MORE + LESS -

Norene Cox
September 20, 2016

Ingredients

1
(17.5 oz.) package of Betty Crocker™ sugar cookie mix
1
tablespoon flour (for cookie mix)
1
egg (for cookie mix)
1/3
cup butter, softened but not melted (for cookie mix)
Green food coloring
1
(16 oz.) can of Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy milk chocolate frosting
Black sugar sprinkles
48
chocolate chips
48
candy eyes
Black edible marker

Steps

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  • 1
    Preheat oven to 375º F. Prepare cookie dough according to package instructions.
  • 2
    While mixing, add in a few drops of green food coloring until you reach your desired color.
  • 3
    Roll out dough and cut out square shapes using a square cookie cutter. Bake for 7-9 minutes. Let cool completely.
  • 4
    Spread a thin line of chocolate frosting on top of the cookie for the hair.
  • 5
    Sprinkle black sugar on top of the chocolate frosting.
  • 6
    Attach 2 chocolate chips with the frosting to the top of cookie for the ears.
  • 7
    Attach 2 candy eyes with frosting.
  • 8
    Draw in the face and stitches with the black edible marker.
 

Nutrition Information

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More About This Recipe
Frankenstein never looked so tasty.

Halloween has always been a big thing for me. Spider web pizzas, bloody punch and spooky treats are always on the menu for our Halloween parties!

We get hundreds of kids at our house trick-or-treating on Halloween night. And yes, we are “that house” that gives out the big candy bars. I get the biggest kick out of seeing the kids’ costumes! So I admit that I love the word getting out that we are the house to visit, because I can count on seeing everyone all dressed up.

I even like to get into the spirit (pun intended) and get dressed up in a fun costume myself. Maybe that’s why I feel the need to dress up the Halloween party food too. Yep, even my cat cookies are all decked out for trick or treating!

Meet Frankencat.

He’s actually too cute to spook, but he’s monstrously perfect for parties.

Start by whipping up some Betty Crocker™ Sugar Cookie dough.

Don’t forget to add some green food coloring. Stir it up and add more until you get the right shade of Frankie.

Roll out your green dough and cut into square shapes with a cookie cutter (or just use a pizza cutter). Bake and cool.

Spread some chocolate frosting on the top part of the cookie.

Now cover the frosting with black sugar sprinkles for Frankencat’s hair.

Add some chocolate chips for ears.

Candy eyes are perfect for Frankie!

Draw in Frankencat’s face and stitches with the black edible marker.

Now Frankie is “feline” pretty cool.

Time to party!

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