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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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This recipe was very tasty. I added an egg just to make it a little more moist, and I refrigerated the dough for stiffness. I did not get 60 cookies either. The most I get is about 30 - 34 cookies.
These cookies were a lot of fun to make and were really easy!
Really tasty...would go great with a ghoulish hot beverage.
Super cute cookies!! Many users claimed they were dry, but they're supposed to be like an almond I thought they were great. I added 3 drops of green food coloring to the dough so they looked more 'witchy' and didn't have any karyo for attaching lost nails so i used a little honey instead. They were a hit!
These were not hard to make, they look awesome and they taste great! I painted the nails purple and green (food coloring). GREAT Halloween recipe!!
Great Halloween idea! Soooo cute...I added a couple of drops of green food coloring to the dough, eeeww...perfectly witchy!
The cookies look great...though using one tablespoon of the batter I could only get 32 cookies out of one batch. The cookies look and taste great, but are a little on the dry side. I will try them again but maybe adding a little milk will make them a little more moist.
These cookie were so cute, easy to make and tasted great. I will be making them again for a Halloween party. A few finger nails fell off but I attached them with a dab of Kayro syrup.
My "fingers" were a little fat, wasn't sure if recipe was for self rising or cake flour. Used self rising. Difficult forming fingers and cutting knuckles. Had to do alot of improvising. Will try again with some changes. Too dry and crumbly when done. Some fell apart.
I made these for my brother who loves halloween my fingers were a little fat but turned out pretty good for my first try.I thought they were very dry,sorta tasted like a pecan sandie cookie, I'll probably make again.If I can fiqure out how to make them a little more moist.Any suggestions?
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