Looking for a really quick and easy Halloween treat? These white chocolate covered mummy cookies are really easy to make and adorable.
While Christmas is my favorite holiday, I still really enjoy Halloween. I love all the fun treats, the costumes and decorating the house.
I don’t spend nearly enough time baking fun things for Halloween as I do Christmas. I wanted to create some new recipes to use for Halloween this year and one that I thought would be fun is mummy cookies made from white chocolate covered chocolate sandwich cookies.
It’s such an easy treat but still very cute. And you can make it all natural if you use natural chocolate sandwich cookies, I used the Whole Foods brand, and natural white chocolate, which I also got from Whole Foods.
You could even make this gluten-free by using a gluten-free chocolate sandwich cookie. Or if you aren’t worried about it being natural and you need it to be even easier, you can use the white fudge covered Oreos and skip the first step.
These also don’t have to be perfect. When I made them there was white chocolate over the edge of the cookies because of excess chocolate but I don’t care. They are still cute. You can also add a bit of coconut oil, about 1/2 a teaspoon to make the chocolate smoother. Again it just depends on how perfect you want them.
These would be great for a Halloween party or little treat bags. I think my husband and I will eat some while watching a Halloween movie and have our own little Halloween party.
It’s really easy to make a large amount of these or just a quick dozen. And as long as you are careful with the melted chocolate it can be a fun treat to make with kids.
- 1 1/2 cups white chocolate morsels
- 12 chocolate sandwich cookies
- 24 mini semi-sweet chocolate morsels
- In a double boiler, I used a stainless steel bowl over a pot of boiling water, melt one cup of your white chocolate. You can also use the microwave, just be careful as it will melt fast.
- Once your chocolate has melted, take one cookie at a time on a fork and dip in the chocolate. Allow the chocolate to drip off of the cookie for a few seconds and then place on waxed paper.
- After you finish your cookies, allow the cookies to set in the fridge until hardened.
- Melt your half cup of chocolate and add to a plastic bag with the tip cut off or use a spoon to drizzle the chocolate over the cookies for the mummy bandage detail.
- Add the semi-sweet chocolate for eyes. You may need to put a bit of the white chocolate on the back to make them stick.
- Allow the cookies harden again in the fridge for about 30 minutes before enjoying.
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