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I have the easiest no bake Halloween cookies ever for you today! My gingerbread massacre uses store bought cookies in an imaginative way! With just two ingredients, you can whip up an amazing Halloween display for your kids, the classroom, or a Halloween party. If you are looking for even more quick and easy Halloween ideas, be sure to check out the posts from day 1, day 2, and day 3 of this week. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post and see the ideas our blog partners have for you today.
To make these Halloween cookies you will need:
- Gingerbread men cookies (purchased from the store is fine!)
- Red icing
Start by randomly taking pieces off of your gingerbread with the knife.
Then add “blood” with the red icing to the pieces that are broken off.
Add your gingerbread massacre to a plate and you have a plate full of Halloween cookies in literally just a few minutes. These will be a scream at a Halloween party!
These fun no bake Halloween cookies are cute and gory at the same time. Your kids will love digging into a plate of bleeding gingerbread men this Halloween. Plus no one will ever guess how little time it took you to make this fun display. You can even have the kids help with these Halloween cookies. Just be sure that an adult handles the knife at all times. Y’all enjoy this gingerbread massacre this Halloween!
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Be sure to whip up a batch of my Halloween cookies then try these other quick and easy Halloween craft ideas!