These bubbling mint cauldron cookies from Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt are terrifyingly delicious and fun to eat.
45 Tasty Halloween Cookies
Cookies are a universally beloved treat perfect for grabbing on the go. You can't go wrong with cookies for a Halloween party or a gift for your neighbors and friends. These 45 cookies are sure to be eaten to the very last crumb this Halloween!
Monsters don't always have to be scary. Some, like these from Tell Love and Party can be happy and colorful instead.
These macarons from Sugar and Cloth are an adorable way to use those Halloween peep ghosts.
These cookies from Life, Love and Sugar are the best kind of Halloween sandwich.
These pumpkin cookies from Glorious Treats are like 2 treats in 1 and they are surprisingly easy to make.
Why bake so many little cookies when you can make one big cookie like this pumpkin flavored one from Like Mother Like Daughter?
Cookies are the perfect size and shape to make tombstones like these ones from Everyday Dishes.
Black cats are an adorable symbol of Halloween and these black cat cookies from Love from the Oven are the perfect treat for when you want a break from all the scary stuff.
These monster cookies from I am Baker are one part scary and two parts adorable.
Is there anything more perfect for Halloween than a realistic edible spider? These ones from B Sweet Dessert Boutique might look real but they taste like chocolatey goodness.
Forget lady's fingers. These witches fingers from Annie's Eats are the perfect Halloween treat.
Want to communicate with spirits this Halloween? These Ouija board cookies from The Simple Sweet Life are here to help.
Melted jolly ranchers are the key to the cool stained glass effect of these Halloween treats from Moms and Munchkins.
The spiderweb pattern on these cookies from It's Always Autumn are easy to make for a classic Halloween look.
Pumpkin and cheesecake are a classic combination. These cookies from Homemade Hooplah bring them together with snickerdoodles for a delicious final product.
These adorable owl cookies from Happiness is Homemade will be up with you all night this Halloween.
Don't worry, these black widow spider cookies from Everyday Dishes only look poisonous.
The marshmallows in these s'mores cookies from Say Yes make the perfect eyeballs for Halloween monsters.
Black and orange are the classic colors of Halloween. These whoopie pies from I am Baker bring them into cookie form.
Nobody wants to eat rats, that's why these rat bites from Not Quite Nigella are perfect for Halloween.
These mummy cookies from OMG Chocolate Desserts bring the flavors of autumn into a classic Halloween symbol.
These pumpkin patch shortbread cookies from Sugar Hero are the perfect cookies for celebrating autumn.
Want to feel like a vampire this Halloween? These cookies from Ashlee Marie are the perfect fit!
Use those adorable candy corn kisses to make these brownies from Picky Palate.
These cookies from Country Cleaver present a brand new way to serve Halloween candy and surprise everyone who takes a bite.
Caramel and pumpkin go together perfectly. These cookies from I Heart Nap Time are the best way to enjoy it.
These spider whoopie pies from Tasty Kitchen are delicious and spooky, the best combination.
Use one of the world's most popular candies to create these monster brownies from Tastes of Lizzy T.
Gingerbread cookies are usually for Christmas, but you can make these from The Country Chic Cottage fit right into Halloween with a little bit of fake blood and broken limbs.
It's usually not appropriate to eat dirt, but Halloween is an exception. Make these macarons from Sugar and Cloth to have the classiest dirt and worms ever.
These pumpkin cookies from Best Friends For Frosting are perfect for a Halloween dinner party.
These Layered Halloween sugar cookies from The Girl Who Ate Everything are a great way to celebrate one of Halloween's most popular candies.
Oatmeal cream pies just got better with these pumpkin flavored ones from Host the Toast
S'mores are perfect for fall, and these ones from The Idea Room will be a hit at any Halloween party.
Fake blood is an essential part of Halloween. Celebrate it with these cookies from Annie's Eats.
Delicious cheesecake and brownie flavors will make these treats from Homemade Hooplah the most popular one of the night!
Adding pudding mix to your cookie recipe gives it a unique flavor. These from I Heart Nap Time use pumpkin spice pudding to give it a touch of fall.
Bring pumpkin pie into small bite sized peices with this recipe from Savory Nothings.
These Frankenstein blondies from Sugar Hero bring this popular Halloween character to life.
Make your Halloween treats more fun with these brownie coffins from Foodista. You can fill them with anything you want!
Whoopie pies like these from Brown Eyed Baker are a fun way to bring the flavors of fall into cookie form.
These cookies from Smart Schoolhouse bring spooky Halloween symbols by simply topping them with candy.
These macarons from Annie's Eats are a great way to bring the flavors and colors of candy corn into cookie form.
Make these creepy s'mores from Aww Sam to stay warm this Halloween and make use of classic Halloween candies.
Pumpkin, cheesecake, and brownies are a perfect combination. Make these brownies from Jo Cooks to learn for yourself.