Hairy Spider Cookies

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This recipe post has been sponsored by Kroger. All opinions expressed are completely my own.

Hello October! We are just zooming through these last few months of the year! Does anyone feel like we are moving at lightening speed?

Typically, my life turns into madness this time of year. As the holidays and parties in these last 3 months approach us, my schedule gets jammed.

Last year, I started posting lots of last minute recipes that became staples at my house for October, November and December. I’m talking really fast dinners, desserts, and party foods. You never know when you’ll need to whip something up fast! {Hello Thanksgiving, Christmas, Birthdays, Holidays, Halloween, New Years, and other miscellaneous parties and get togethers.} So that is what has been on my mind when I came up with these Hairy Spider Cookies.

By taking a few shortcuts, you can have these ready to go in about an hour. So much easier and faster than trying to find something as tasty from the store. Not to mention cute and festive too 😉

Here’s how to make them:

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Because this is a fast recipe, I take a lot of help from the store. You will not believe how fun and fast it is to make these fun cookies!

The first thing we need is Kroger Slice n’ Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. I scooped these into dough balls to bake, though I suppose you could just slice them!

That probably would have been easier…

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Do as I say and not as I do.

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ANYWAYS, once the cookies are all baked, you want to set them on a cooling rack with some wax or parchment paper underneath to catch the chocolate drips.

Yes, we are going to coat these cookies in chocolate, why do you ask?

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I guess technically, we are coating them in chocolate bark coating. It’s easier to melt and quicker to set, not to mention cheaper!! Especially if you’re shopping at Kroger.

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So, break apart 12 ounces of the chocolate bark and melt down in the microwave.

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Spoon and spread it over the top of each cookie.

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Be sure to push the chocolate over the edges to cover the whole cookie.

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With the chocolate bark still wet, add some candy eyes.

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And some licorice legs!

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And some sprinkles too!

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After 10-15 minutes, the chocolate is completely set and you’ve got some super tasty spiders that are perfect for Halloween 🙂

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I’m not gonna lie, I’ve never liked a spider before today. It helps that these ones don’t move…and are made of chocolate. Haha!

Anyways friends, I hope you all are having a wonderful day. Printable recipe below 🙂

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Hairy Spider Cookies

Fun and easy Halloween cookies make with a few shortcuts from the store. These Hairy Spider Cookies will go over so well at your next spooky party.

Yield: 24 cookies, approximately

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Ingredients:

  • 30 oz. Kroger Slice n' Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
  • 12 oz. Kroger Chocolate Bark Coating
  • black licorice, cut into thin pieces
  • brown sprinkles
  • candy eyeballs

Directions:

  1. Bake chocolate chip cookies according to package directions. Cool.
  2. Break chocolate bark into small pieces and melt until smooth.
  3. Place chocolate chip cookies onto a cooling rack and spread with melted chocolate. Add two candy eyeballs, 8 licorice legs and chocolate sprinkles. Let spiders set completely before removing and enjoying.
  4. Store in airtight container for up to 3 days.

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  1. How fun and easy! Perfect for the season! Pinned 🙂

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  2. Where did you find the eyes?

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  3. Where did you get the eyes?

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    • I got them at Fred Meyer, but I’ve seen them at Joann’s, Walmart and Target 🙂

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  4. Just darling!

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  5. My son and I made these using homemade cookies and chocolate chips for dipping, and they were so cute and fun to make!

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  6. These look so fun, I’ll have to make them with my kids next Halloween!

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