Easy Oreo Cookie Spiders for Halloween {Recipe}

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Making treats for Halloween can be a fun and easy activity. These super simple Oreo Cookie Spiders are perfect for kids to create their own spiders or are a very easy way to celebrate Halloween. I had a chance to see them in person last week at the BlogEats Blogger Conference from Kraft Foods and fell in love with the simplistic idea! These are sure to be a hit and will look great on display. How can you resist those faces?

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Easy Oreo Cookie Spiders
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Serves: 12
 
Ingredients
  • 96 pieces (1-1/2 inches each) black shoestring licorice
  • 12 OREO Cookies
  • 24 jelly beans in Halloween colors (such as orange, black and purple)
  • 2 Tbsp. ready-to-spread chocolate frosting
Instructions
  1. Insert licorice pieces in the creaming filling around each side of your Oreo cookie to create spider legs. Secure with frosting if necessary.
  2. Add frosting to two jelly beans and attached to front for eyes. Repeat with remaining cookies.

Disclosure: This recipe is from Kraft Foods. I was invited to participate in a behind-the-scenes blogger conference with the Kraft Kitchens, for which Kraft provided full travel expenses, meals and accommodations and product samples, coupons and premiums, however my opinions are completely my own and I have not been compensated to publish positive or negative reviews of the event or products associated with my experience.
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Comments

    • Emilie says

      There you go! And you can definitely get creative with what you have on hand like using M&M’s for eyes. They would look so cute on a treat platter.

  1. says

    These are so cute! I loved them at the event and was surprised when my son made them at school a couple of weeks ago. He thought it was so fun he talked about them all day. We’re going to have to give these a try at home!

  2. Mary Williams says

    These are so cute and look so easy to make! We have a halloween party every year, adding these to the list of things to make!

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