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I don’t know about you guys and gals, but Halloween is one of my favorite holidays.
I love decorating with spooky props and whatnot, handing out candy, seeing kids in their costumes, and baking up scary-good treats. But most of all, I love the theme food people are often serving at that time of year!
Last Halloween I made these incredible cookies that turned out so pretty, I knew I had to make them again soon. Who cares if Halloween is months away? Your kids are going to gobble these up, anyway!
These pumpkin cookies are delicious and they would make a great gift for friends and family. There is no need to feel intimidated by how professional these cookies are decorated. I know the picture looks pretty amazing.
There are many cookie decorating templates available to help you along. These cookies taste like spiced pumpkin to top it all off!
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Quick Tip: Make sure the cookies are completely cooled before icing/decorating.