Halloween Sprinkle Cookies

Halloween Sprinkle Cookies - EASY, ADORABLE, DELICIOUS!

These easy and delicious Halloween Sprinkle Cookies are so good it’s almost SPOOKY!

Cookies and milk… what could be better?

Hmm… how about SPRINKLE cookies and CHOCOLATE milk?!  =)

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Halloween Sprinkle Cookies - EASY, ADORABLE, DELICIOUS!

I like to baked homemade treats at least once a week and have a plate ready when my girls get home from school.

I love the excitement on their faces when they see a special treat waiting for them!

After a full day of school, enjoying a snack they love seems to help the transition into the rest of the day… often filled with sports, homework, and chores.

This week, when my girls came home to these adorable Halloween Sprinkle Cookies and chocolate milk waiting for them, their tired faces lit up!

I think chocolate milk should be considered “The Official Drink of Halloween”… it’s sweet and fun, just like Halloween!

And knowing that chocolate milk has the same essential nutrients as classic milk, chocolate milk is a treat I feel good about.

Each 8 ounce glass of milk contains 8 grams of high quality protein as well as 9 essential nutrients to help fuel my family.

EASY Halloween Sprinkle Cookies!

This recipe starts with my Perfect Sugar Cookie Recipe, gets a fun helping of sprinkles, and then I cut the dough into thin strips, perfect for dipping in milk!

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Halloween Sprinkle Cookies

Yield: 18-24 medium sized cut out cookies

This is my tried and true sugar cookie recipe with the addition of sprinkles!

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup unsalted butter
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 3-4 Tablespoons sprinkles of your choice (see notes)

Directions:

  1. In a large bowl add flour, baking powder and salt. Whisk together and set aside
  2. In the bowl of an electric mixer add butter and beat until smooth.
  3. Add sugar and blend until fully combined and fluffy.
  4. Add egg and vanilla and blend.
  5. While mixing, slowly pour in the bowl of flour.
    Mix until dough forms and starts pulling away from the sides of the bowl.
  6. Add 2 tablespoons sprinkles and blend just until incorporated.
  7. Scoop the dough out onto a work surface and form into two large balls. Avoid working the dough with your hands too much, as this may cause the colors of the sprinkles to bleed.
  8. Lay a large piece of plastic wrap on your work surface.  Place a ball of dough on top and press the dough down just a bit to flatten.  Top dough with another sheet of plastic wrap, then roll out the dough (between the two sheets).  This method eliminates the need for adding extra flour (as might traditionally be done).
  9. Once the dough is your desired thickness (about 1/3 of an inch) remove top layer of plastic wrap and sprinkle the entire top surface of the dough with sprinkles.  Gently roll your rolling pin over the sprinkle covered dough to embed the sprinkles into the dough.
  10.  Cut out cookies as desired.  I used a large knife to cut the dough into 1"x4" strips.
  11.  Place similar sized cookies together (at least 1/2 inch apart) on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a silpat type liner.  Place entire baking sheet of unbaked cookies in the fridge for 15 minutes or freezer for at least 5 minutes.  This step helps prevent spreading.
  12. Bake 8-10 minutes in a preheated 350*F oven.
  13. Cool on the baking sheet for 1-2 minutes, and then move to a cooling rack.

Once fully cool, store the cookies in a sealed container.  The baked cookies will remain fresh (when stored well) for at least a week.

Sprinkles - I used Halloween non-pareils in black, orange and purple. As an alternative, you could use a fun mix like THIS (I'd just remove the large balls). I added 2 tablespoons of sprinkles to the dough itself, and then added additional sprinkles on top (without measuring), as needed.

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Happy Baking!

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12 comments

  1. These look so sweet and easy-peasy to do!  Love the choc/sprinkles around the rim of the glasses!  Nice little touch!  And, I love that these are not frosted/glazed.  At first glance, I thought they were.  Eliminates one extra step!  Yayyyy!

  2. Piękne i zjawiskowe ciasteczka i dekoracje na halloween. Pozdrawiam gorąco :)

  3. Hi!
    Your recipe says to add the sprinkles to the dough after you add the flour but it also says to sprinkle the top of the dough after it is rolled out. Do you use one Tblsp in the dough and one Tblsp sprikled ontop or are the sprinkles sprinkled on  top of the dough in addition to the two Tblsp in the dough?
    Thank you

    • Opps, you’re right… I was not very clear on that! I’ll go fix that now, but I’ll also share with you here. I added a full 2T. sprinkles to the dough, and then added additional sprinkles as needed (without measuring) on TOP of the dough. So in TOTAL, you’ll likely use 3-4 tablespoons of sprinkles. Sorry for any confusion. Happy baking!

    • Thank you for clearing that up !
      I can’t wait to bake some!

  4. Oh my gosh I love these! Such a fun, easy Halloween treat!

  5. This is so sweet and I love how everything is so well planned and color coordinated!
    Love you!
    ~Cecilia

  6. I love the idea of cutting the cookies into strips and then rectangles….so different and so easy! With the added bonus that they can fit into any glass opening.

  7. Amazing idea. Of course the extra chocolate on the rim of the glasses caught my eye. Any suggestions on the type of chocolate good for that?

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