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One Last Halloween Treat

Elizabeth Kowalski and Tessa Crider

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imageFor our latest edition of the “Sweets Corner” we decided to give it a fun Halloween twist. These spider cookies are not only easy to make, but they are cute and don’t even involve baking.

Spider Oreo Cookies

Ingredients you will need:

  • Halloween oreos
  • Pretzel sticks
  • Candy Corn
  • Marshallows
  • Black frosting


  • To begin, break four pretzel sticks in half to form eight individual pieces.
  • Insert four of the pretzel pieces on either side of one of the cookies, directly into the cream layer.
  • Break off just the white bottom portion of two pieces of candy corn.
  • Insert the white candy corn tips into the front portion of the cookie, between the two sets of legs
  • For the eyes, use a finger to press two of the marshmallows flat. (Day-old marshmallows work best for this, as they tend to hold their flattened shape more easily.)
  • Affix the marshmallow eyes just over the fangs on the front side of the spider using a dab of black frosting on the back of each. Add a dab of black frosting to the center of each marshmallow to make pupils for each eye.
  • Continue making spiders in this fashion until you have as many as desired.
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One Last Halloween Treat