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Frightening Witch's Finger Cookies

Frightening Witch's Finger Cookies recipe
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You'll feel pretty good about your artistic talents when you see how easy it is to make these rather realistic-looking Halloween cookies!
15 min
35 min
20 servings, 2 cookies each
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I have made these cookies at least 8 times. Easiest recipe and they are delicious! I loved the "EEEWWW" affect, exactly what I was going for. I have made them other times not shaped like fingers and have dipped them in chocolate for something a little different.
These were great,just like a shortbread cookie should be!I put a Whitches Brew Dip in a cauldron like bowl to go along with the fingers. Everyone loved them!
This was simple to make and decorate. I made them for the all the kids at school and they are asking for more, even my son got into it and decorated them.
they was easy and my kids and my grandkids love them. These are great..... ;-)
"Stirring" in the almonds was a joke. This dough was way too stiff. I had to CUT in the nuts. I added extra almond extract. I used a 1/2 tbs. scoop which netted out exactly 52 cookies from the dough. At 15 min bake, I found the bottoms browned and the tops did not. Altho they held their shape after baking and they look pretty good. I'm hoping our party hosts and guests will find them a fun treat!
These are easy to make and do look creepy, not too sweet. However, I used a 1 Tb cookie scoop to measure out each cookie and the recipe yeilded only 27 cookies NOT the 60 as stated. Since I made these for a Halloween party with about 40 confirmed guests I'm really disappointed. Perhaps this measurement wasn't tested? Use 1/2 Tb for each cookie and you'll get close to 60 cookies. I've since found other recipes similar that call for 2 1/2 cups of flour and yeild 60 cookies. I'll try one of those next time.
looks so realistic and was very easy to make. on top of all that it was really tasty too. i highly recommend this quick, easy and tasty recipe to everyone.
I had fun making them. My son's friends liked them. It was a big hit at the party.
These are great but make them skinnier than you think they should be because they spread out when baking and fat fingers don't look good as witches fingers.
I made this receipr for an adult Halloween party and they were a big hit. I added extra almond flavoring and they tasted great. Each cookie was different in size and shape. I lightly smudged sections of each finger with a mixture of blue and red food coloring. This was a great effect. I left the almonds natural and after they baked, it looked great. They were thee hit of the party.
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