EYE-scream you scream, we all scream for EYE-scream! You guys EYE-m so in love with these fun EYEscream Halloween Cookies EYE made to send with the kiddos to school for a special Halloween treat. I really love the colors! You wouldn’t normally think of bright pink and mint for Halloween, but you add them in with orange and black and they totally work.
I dreamed up these cookies in the summer when I first made these colorful ice cream cones, single, double, and triple scoops! Yep I thought of these in July, it’s a strange sprinkled life I live that’s for sure! Either way it’s a great EYE-dea don’t you think? Oh man, I’ve resorted to the worst of puns. And I totally love it!
- black outline + flood royal icing
- light pink outline + flood royal icing
- dark pink outline + flood royal icing
- light orange outline + flood royal icing
- dark orange outline + flood royal icing
- mint outline + flood royal icing
- white 20 second icing
- black sugar pearls
- ice cream cookie cutter
- small round circle cutter
- piping bags
- small round piping tip
MAKE YOUR EYESCREAM COOKIES + ROYAL ICING
Step 1: Make your cookie dough. Any of your favorite cookies will do, I used my black chocolate rolled cookie that I love to use for Halloween. It’s similar to the taste of an Oreo cookie. Roll your cookie dough out on a piece of parchment paper. (For these cookies I cut half with eyeballs on top and some regular. For the regular cones I added eyes as “sprinkles” later on. )Before removing the extra cookie dough cut out out the eyes with the small circle cutter. As you bake the two will bake together.
Step 2: Make + prepare your royal icings.
DECORATE YOUR COOKIES
Step 3: Start by outlining and flooding the black cone of the cookie. Let the black frosting crust over first then frost the top of the ice cream. Add sprinkles while wet. Let this layer crust over.
Step 4: Frost the white circles for the eyes.
Step 5: Once the entire first layer (cone, ice cream, eyeball) is dry you can add the details. The ice cream bottom, waffle lines, and even little eye ball sprinkles. To complete the eyes use flood icings and black sugar pearls.
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