Pressed for time? Need sweet treats for serving at a Halloween party or other seasonal get-together? Here's a terrific no-fail idea I spotted in the October issue of Country Living
magazine: Candy Corn Cookies
Here's what you don't
need: candy corn! That's right: these yummy goodies look
sort of like the famous Halloween candy, but you don't use them in the recipe. Here's what you do. Step 1: mix up some sugar cookie dough or use some ready-to-bake store-bought sugar cookie dough. Step 2: mix in extra flour and a couple of drops of orange food dye. Step 3: roll the dough and cut into triangles using a cookie cutter. Step 3: bake according to your recipe or the instructions on the pack, depending on what you're using, then let cool. Step 4: dip one end of each cookie in melted dark chocolate and the other end in melted white chocolate. Chill in the freezer for a few minutes until chocolate is set.
I will be trying this recipe out for myself next week. They look really pretty. (Click here
to see a photo.) It's also a fun idea for people who love chocolate, don't you think?