Last night, I had the sudden desire to make Halloween cookies. I have a couple gatherings this weekend and thought it would be nice to have some festive treats with me. Since it was so late minute, I decided to forego coming up with a new concoction and came up with a Halloween cookie idea using a recipe from my archives.
These cookies are almost a direct replica of the Double Chocolate Cookies I made a few years ago. I simply made a few minor changes to make them fit the Halloween spirit.
- I substituted about 15 grams or 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder for coffee flour. It added a slight spiced nuance to the cookies.
- The sandwiches were made a lot smaller. They’re slightly bigger than mini oreos, which I felt were the perfect treat size. I baked them for 8-10 minutes.
- Orange, black and, purple sprinkles were used, for obvious reasons.
- I added 30 grams or 1 1/2 tablespoons of pumpkin butter to the white chocolate ganache and reduced the corn syrup/honey in half.
If you’re looking for a last minute Halloween cookie idea, try these out! They’re cute, the perfect party size, and also make a nice gift. You can follow all or none of those changes I made. The cookies are good either way.
Find the recipe here.