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Halloween Fun ~ Dracula’s Dentures

Halloween Fun ~ Dracula's Dentures

I recently made a fun and festive dinner for my kids in celebration of Halloween.  I made Hot Dog Mummies for dinner alongside the Creepy Smiles and Carrot Fingers – needless to say, this meal was a huge hit with my kids.  For dessert, I made these Dracula’s Dentures that I found on The Girl who Ate Everything. I think these cookies are best when made to order so the marshmallows and cookies don’t get stale. Both of my kids were delighted with the dessert and said they tasted AMAZING!

Halloween Fun ~ Dracula's Dentures

Make the chocolate chip cookies – see recipe here.

Once the cookies have cooled, cut them in half.  Spread a bit of red frosting on the bottom of both cookie halves.  Place the mini marshmallows around the front of the bottom cookie.

Halloween Fun ~ Dracula's Dentures

Carefully place the top cookie half on top of the marshmallows.  Carefully insert the almond slivers in between teeth for fangs.  Serve immediately.  Enjoy.

Halloween Fun ~ Dracula's Dentures

Halloween Fun ~ Dracula's Dentures

Dracula's Dentures

Total Time: 40 minutes

Ingredients

  • Chocolate chip cookies see recipe link above
  • Red frosting
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Almond slivers

Instructions

  • Make the chocolate chip cookies - see recipe here.
  • Once the cookies have cooled, cut them in half. Spread a bit of red frosting on the bottom of both cookie halves. Place the mini marshmallows around the front of the bottom cookie.
  • Carefully place the top cookie half on top of the marshmallows. Carefully insert the almond slivers in between teeth for fangs. Serve immediately. Enjoy.
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20 Comments

  1. How cool, I’ll have to make them for the kids when Troy is visiting!!
    Keep up the awesome posts!!

  2. Kim in MD says:

    Ha! These made me smile this morning! 🙂 You are the coolest mom, Pam!

  3. Haha! That is so funny. I wasn’t expecting it when I cam over here and I just burst out laughing 😀

  4. these posts make me wish i was a kid again! love it!

  5. You are on a serious roll! And all I’ve been doing is eating Halloween M&M’s out of the package. Hmm.

  6. Hi Pam,
    How delicious and creepy suggestions you leave us. I love them and my kids are here laughing so much!!Cheers, hope you’re having an amazing weekend, and thanks for sharing these amazing suggestions with us.
    Lia.

  7. Went to a Halloween gathering this morning-had plans to make these white truffle eyeballs, but I couldn’t get them to hold together. At the last minute I ran out and bought some cookies (not enough time to bake my own) and red icing and made these instead. They were a HUGE hit-and so freaking easy!!! It was awesome. Thanks for the great idea!!

  8. this is very clever and so easy and fun–that’s the baking-with-kids trifecta! 🙂

  9. Love it! Very clever and creative. Thanks for sharing! Looks like something I’ll want to do with my grandkids.

  10. I made these for my daughter’s Halloween party at school and they were a big hit! Thanks for sharing!