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3 Easy Ways to Dress Up Your Dogtown Pizza Cookies This Halloween

Easy to Ways to Dress Up Dogtown Pizza Cookies

Dogtown Pizza Cookies are good all on their own. No one can debate that. Yet, in the spirit of the Halloween season, we thought we’d give you a few easy ways to dress up your cookies so that your upcoming Halloween bash is an absolute scream. With a few key ingredients (DTP frozen cookies, candy eyes, frosting), you can have yourself a freakishly delicious snack for all of your Halloween fun. Hold on to your brooms, boys and ghouls…have we got treats for you!

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Spiders

Serves: 18

In terms of classic combinations, nothing beats peanut butter and chocolate. These adorable spider cookies take the best of both worlds to create a delectable Halloween treat!

What you’ll need

  1. A bag of DTP Chocolate Chip Cookies
  2. A bag of Reese’s PB Cups, frozen
  3. Candy eyes
  4. Brown icing

How to make them

  • Bake cookies according to the directions.
  • Once they’re done, immediately and oh-so-gently press a PB cup upside down on each cookie. Repeat on all cookies. Place on a wire rack to completely cool.
  • While the cookies are still soft, add two candy eyes to the front of the PB cups.
  • Stick in fridge for 10 minutes until cookies harden.
  • Once the cookies have hardened, draw four (4) lines with the brown icing on either side of the PB cup (eight lines total) to make “spider legs”. You can also use melted chocolate chips instead of icing.

Inspiration: Mommy Musings

How to Bake Dogtown Pizza Frozen Cookies

Cyclops Cookies

Serves: 18

Don’t deny it, disembodied eyeballs are creepy. With this easy idea, you’ll turn your innocent bag of Dogtown Pizza Cookies into a nightmarish treat.

What you’ll need

  1. A bag of DTP Chocolate Chip Cookies (your choice)
  2. Candy eyes

How to make them

  • Bake cookies according to the directions.
  • When the cookies are done baking, let cool for 2-3 minutes.
  • Press your thumb into the middle of each cookie to make an indentation.
  • Place a candy eye in the middle of each cookie (make sure they’re still warm).

Level up: Add four or five candy eyes in varying sizes for googly-eyed fun.

Inspiration: Lil’ Luna

Dracula’s Dentures

Serves: 36

Unexpected and hilarious, these cookies are way more fun (and delicious) than the plastic vampire teeth you normally put in your mouth on Halloween.

What you’ll need

  1. A bag of Dogtown Pizza Oatmeal Raisin White Chocolate Chip Cookies
  2. A bag of miniature marshmallows
  3. A bag of slivered almonds
  4. Vanilla frosting dyed with red food coloring

How to make them

  • Bake cookies according to the directions.
  • While cookies are baking, add a few drops of red food coloring to your frosting (you can use store-bought) and stir until you get the desired shade of red. The redder the better!
When cookies are done, let cool on a wire rack.
  • Cut each cookie in half.
  • Frost the undersides of each cookie half with a layer of red frosting.
  • Add six mini marshmallows to the curved part of one cookie half, then top it with the other half of the frosted cookie.
  • Insert two slivered almonds into the frosting on either side of the two front marshmallow teeth.

Inspiration: The Girl Who Ate Everything

Make Your Halloween Scary Good with Dogtown Pizza Frozen Cookies

Whatever you have lurking around the corner this Halloween, Dogtown Pizza Cookies have you covered. Whether you bake up a tray to bring to a party or have plates full at your own Monster Mash, you can depend on the easy-to-bake and all-natural goodness of DTP Frozen Cookies to make your fellow partygoers howl with delight.

Dogtown Pizza Cookies are on sale at Dierbergs and Schnucks now through Thanksgiving! Get yours today!

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