Everyone deserves a spooky treat on Halloween, so try our Halloween Cookie Cake. It’s bound to delight your little (or large) ghouls and the recipe won’t scare you to death. Even making the bat shape isn’t too hard – or you can make a witch’s hat or a ghost or just a big circle. No matter the shape, it’s going to taste wonderful and add a festive touch to Halloween.
We asked our friend Jess, who makes large cookie cakes all the time, to help us with this recipe. It was her first time making a bat and we developed a good-tasting, nicely textured gluten-free recipe together. We used natural food colors from Color Garden, so there are no chemical food dyes in this recipe. Natural food colors come from real food, like turmeric for yellow, so those who are dye-sensitive can enjoy fun, brilliantly colored icings on desserts again. Want a fun kids’ project? Let them decorate the Cookie Cake themselves!
As written, this Cookie Cake is vegan, gluten-free and nut-free, so all the little monsters haunting your neighborhood can enjoy a bite. Servings depend on the sizes cut, but the recipe should make enough to share with 10 to 12 goblins.[yumprint-recipe id=’45’]
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