With a cookie cutter and some icing…
Buttery pumpkin-shaped cookies will take Halloween from creepy to cute. A perfect sweet treat for any upcoming costume party! classic B.C. dessert gets a fall twist with pumpkin and cinnamon. Pumpkin butter cream is spiced with nutmeg, ginger and cinnamon sits atop a crunchy chocolate and coconut base, and is topped with a layer of dark chocolate. You may want to make extra cause they will disappear fast! Perfect to make ahead for your holiday table. Not only are crispy rice treats easy and adorable, with the seasonal spice blend of ginger, cinnamon and allspice – also known as pumpkin spice.
A great way to use up any leftover Halloween candy or to share with friends as gifts. Pipe two dots of royal icing all over the chocolate bark and dot with a touch of black food coloring to create tiny eyeballs and a touch of spookiness. Turn decadent, homemade chocolate macarons into a spooky spiders with the help of candy eyes and black licorice laces. Bring pumpkin puree and deep dark, chocolate make for a surprising combo that’s right at home this time of year, without being too spooky.
Chewy candied orange peels are dipped in velvety dark chocolate for a citrusy-sweet fall treat. Be careful to use only the sweet orange peel and not the bitter white pith! You can enjoy it on its own or use it as beautiful garnish atop cakes or cookies. sweet white chocolate truffles are coated in bittersweet dark chocolate, spiked with a dash of Grand Marinier and topped with a crunchy candied orange peel. A delicious and elegant treat for any (adult) Halloween party! Amp up your average chocolate chip cookie with this pumpkin-infused treat! Pumpkin purée and the warm spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and allspice are added to the cookie batter for a chewy cookie that’s perfect for anytime of year.
Article credit: Food Network
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