Witches Hat Halloween Cookies

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How To Make Witches Hat Cookies

When my girls were in elementary school, I would make these Halloween cookies every year for their school parties and they were always a big hit.  And they are so easy to make!


cookie supplies

You will need:

1 Bag of Hershey kisses

1 Pkg fudge stripe cookie

Wilton tip #1 *

Wilton tip #12*

2 Disposable Decorating Bags*

Orange food coloring

1 Can vanilla icing

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Wilton Tips

First, just tint your icing to your desired shade of orange.  Then fill two pastry bags with the icing.  One bag for each of the tips.  I had the Wilton decorating bags that I used but if you don’t have them, you can use a ziploc bag (the cheap fold and flap ones without the ziploc work better), just cut the one of the corners off to insert the decorating tip.

apply the icing

Using the larger tip, apply a generous amount of icing to the bottom of the Hersey kiss.  Then press the kiss on top of the cookie (cookie should be chocolate side up).  Press down so the icing oozes out the sides.  This is the “rim” of the hat.



Now using the smaller tip, draw a little bow on the kiss.

witch hat

Halloween Cookies

That’s it!  Super-simple.

leaf placemats


My girls are older now, 1 in college and 1 in high school.  Yes, it really does go so fast!   We had fun making these again.  You are never to old for treats!  Or Halloween.  By the way, how cute are my leaf-shaped placements?


Witches hats


And speaking of cute, how adorable are these printables from Country Living magazine?  You can attach these to glass jars filled with little treats.

Halloween Printables

I’m not a big fan of cooking but I do love baking and cake decorating.   These little witches hat cookies became a tradition every year for us.  Do you have favorite Halloween cookies or treats you make every year?




12 thoughts on “Witches Hat Halloween Cookies

  1. That was the first of many times I was impressed with you, Roxanne! I remember seeing those witch hat cookies and thinking “hmmm, she might be too fancy for me, I could never make holiday themed cookies!” And who knew how broad your talent base was to become! xoxo

  2. Woohoo!! So glad you linked this up the best from your blog this week at our Bewitchin Projects block party! Be sure to come back again on Sunday starting at 6am EST over at OurMiniFamily.com to link up your projects again–the linky party runs from Sunday to Thursday each week 😀


~Cathy Mini~

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