Nutter Butter Ghost Cookies

Halloween is only a few days away, but don’t worry there is still time to make one of my favorite Halloween treats. If you’ve hung around my mom and I, we have probably introduced you to these Nutter Butter Ghost Cookies, you’ve learned how addictive they are and you may be one of the many, who asks us to make them year after year!

Ingredients

2 Nutter Butter packages
1 package of Almond Bark
1 package of mini semi-sweet Chocolate Chips
1 package of semi-sweet Chocolate Chips

Directions

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First of all, these ghost cookies are about to be your favorite Halloween treat.

Second, these ghost cookies are SO easy and fun to make.

Third, I have been helping my mom make these since I was a little girl. Mom would get all the Nutter Butters dipped and lined up and I would be in charge of adding the chocolate chips for the eyes and mouth. This was such a fun thing to do growing up, so if you have little ones, I’m sure they would love to help you make these!

With that being said, these ghost cookies require four simple ingredients and to do them all, it takes about about 25 minutes.

They are so simple to make and they are beyond addictive!! I promise your family members, friends and co-workers will thank you!

 

I thought you’d also like to see the ghost cookie makin’ in a speedy and happy video format. Hope you enjoy! 

Note: I’ll be working on more video recipes…so let me know what you think and if they are helpful to you! 

 

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Recipe: Nutter Butter Ghost Cookies


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Directions:

  1. Lay out tinfoil or parchment paper. You will use this to place the cookies on after dipping in almond bark and will allow the cookies to easily settle/dry.
  2. Melt the almond bark using either a double boiler or in a microwavable dish. Whichever way you decide to melt the almond bark, make sure you are stirring occasionally, so the bark does not burn! 
  3. After the almond bark is melted, you will drop one Nutter Butter cookie in the melted bark and using a fork you will completely cover the cookie. You will then scoop out the cookie with the fork, letting the cookie set on the end of the fork and using the handle with the edge of your dish, you will lightly tap off the excess almond bark, making the coating smooth and even. 
  4. You will then place the covered cookie on the tinfoil/parchment paper and dot the eyes and mouth with the chocolate chips. 
  5. Let dry and repeat until all almond bark is gone. 

    *Typically for one package of almond bark, you can use 1.5 packages of Nutter Butters


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