Oreo Spider Cookie

Halloween Spider Cookies

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OREO SPIDER COOKIES:

  • Double Stuff Oreo’s (the extra filling makes it easier to add your spider legs!)
  • Black Licorice (you can use the thin string kind or the regular kind and just cut it in half and then into fourths like I did…makes the legs look fuzzy…more like a Teranchula — or at least I think it does)
  • Yellow Frosting
  • Red Hot Candies

Oreo Cookie Spider

How To:

  • Twist open your Oreo Cookie.
  • Lay licorice across the top of the side with the filling. Frost the other side with your yellow frosting and squish the cookie back together.
  • Put two dabs of frosting on the top of your cookie and then stick on your Red Hot Eyes!!!
  • Decorate your plates with hand drawn spider webs using a Permanent Marker.

Oreo Cookie Spiders

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13 Comments

  1. Did you just use plastic plates?

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  2. yes they are plastic plates…ha ha.

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  3. These are great too! There are so many fun Halloween projects out there and so little time! (Oh, and money! hee hee hee)

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  4. Aww, these are super cute. I’ll be linking. Now I want cookies…

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  5. Love these. So perfect to make with my fourth graders.
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  6. That is absolutely adorable! My kids will love making those for Halloween!
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  7. It’s that time again this is wonderful. Thanks,

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