Do you want to put out the best cookies on Halloween? It all boils down to the beautiful (perhaps spooky) decorations you use. To give you some ideas on how to decorate Halloween cookies we turned to YouTube to find videos that'll guide you step by step. Spoiler alert: you'll need tons of royal icing and a steady hand!
Skull Sugar Cookies
First off we have these gorgeous skull sugar cookies from Sweet Ambs Cookies. They are the perfect Halloween treat that you can also eat the day after to celebrate El Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).
Then we have delicious Frankenstein macaroons from Sugarcoder. They are so adorable and can be decorated in a variety of ways. You could skip the sanding sugar if you'd like but it does add a nice shimmery effect.
Devil Meringue Cookies
For a lighter treat you'll enjoy these devil meringue cookies from Wilton. You'll need to bake the meringue 'kisses' in a low and slow oven but you'll have plenty of fun decorating these wickedly adorable Halloween cookies.
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