Create these easy to make vampire cookies using NUTTER BUTTER Cookies and download a printable gift tag to wish your friends a “FANTAstic Halloween”
Halloween will be here in two weeks! Can you believe how quickly this month has flown by? This weekend we’re heading up north to one of our favorite locations in California to go apple picking and tasting seasonal baked goods made locally. It’s still pretty warm here but we’re making the best of the season by utilizing our weekends attending festive Halloween activities and events. Earlier this month we hosted a Halloween party for our close friends and we had a blast enjoying spooky treats, decorating faux pumpkins and playing games. If you missed our party post be sure to check out the treats we made and easy DIY Halloween décor. Today I’m partnering with Coca-Cola and Nabisco to share with you a couple more Halloween party ideas. These Vampire NUTTER BUTTER Cookies are perfect for a Halloween party or to enjoy while watching Halloween movies with the kids.
Nutter Butter Vampire Cookies
In my party post I mentioned that we made mummy cookies and today I’m sharing how you can make vampire NUTTER BUTTER Cookies. These are really easy to make and work great as a cupcake topper, cake decoration, or to simply enjoy on their own. By the way, chocolate covered NUTTER BUTTER Cookies taste heavenly! I can’t believe I haven’t tried this before. I used dark chocolate but you can use semi-sweet or milk chocolate melting wafers.
Step one: dip NUTTER BUTTER Cookie in melted chocolate (about 12 ounces of chocolate for 1 package of cookies). Place cookies on a cooling rack over a parchment paper covered baking sheet.
Step two: Add edible eyes while the chocolate is still melted. Then use decorating gel to add a mouth and teeth.
I’m always looking for easy teacher gift ideas to make and enjoy making printable tags. This “Have a FANTAstic Halloween” gift tag can be used as a teacher gift or on a Halloween party tablescape. The Fanta bottles and cans are perfect for a Halloween with it’s orange label. You can pair it with Black buffalo check ribbon or bakers twine to add the gift tag.
This is sponsored conversation with Coca-Cola and Nabisco. All opinions are my own.