Friday, October 05, 2007

I just came across this site Looking for Halloween cookies to make for my daughters "HARVEST HAPPENING" sweet shop at school.
So many creative recipes & creepy looking cookies..I want to make them all. But I think I'll stick to just 2 or 3 & possibly paint a cute pail to put them in & her teacher can keep the pail for herself after.

I'll make sure to wrap them in celephane (orange) & maybe make whatever cookie I decide to do ~ I'll make extra large & put it on a stick to make it fun for the children.Plus they'll make my "pail/bucket" look fun....

*Click on the link for the recipe & for other recipes.
Cheri Sicard ~ editor of this wonderful site had this to say:
This cool idea for delicious but creepy Halloween cookies that really look like fingers, comes to us from Jenny Wanderscheid, editor of, where you can visit year round for great kids crafts and activities.
If you want to make toes instead of fingers, shape your cookies a little shorter and fatter and leave off the red coloring on the almond "nail."
Politcally Correct Finger CookiesReader Connie Johnson sent this wonderful story, with a terrific idea for diversifying these cookies:"I just read the Halloween section of the newsletter and thought I would share a story with you. I am a volunteer with Junior Achievement and was presenting the Business Basics Program to a Grade 6 class. It was close to Halloween, so I made Witch's Fingers for the class. I handed them out and one of my Asian students came to me and said, 'Ms. Johnson, did you know if you put chocolate in the cookies, you could make brown ones too?' The teacher and I had a great laugh and I thanked the student for his tip. I haven't tried it yet but plan to make these 'politically correct' cookies this year by adding cocoa to the recipe."

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