These easy and fun Halloween Sandwich Cookies are a delicious Halloween treat recipe! With only five ingredients, you’ll love how simple they are to make.
Halloween is coming. Oh, Halloween will be here next week, and unlike previous years, this year might change a bit. Like uhm…do we need to dress up extra this year or pretend to be a surgeon on duty, so a mask is actually part of the uniform? Either or, Halloween is always filled with candies, chocolates, and all sugary treats.
Unlike previous years where I made this delicious Bloody Berry Cake, this year I decided to go easy and creative with Halloween Sandwich Cookies instead. Super easy that you only need 5 ingredients for these cookies.
- Vanilla cake mix
- Vegetable oil
- Vanilla icing
- Eyeball candy
These Halloween Sandwich Cookies are super duper cute and you should try making them at home, especially this Halloween because:
- They are easy to make
- Fun project for kids
- Perfect for sharing or goodie bags
Looking for a no-bake recipe?
You can use Oreo cookies to make these Halloween Sandwich Cookies. If you have a homemade cookie you think will work, use it! Have a different store-bought cookie you love, use it! Or even gluten-free cookies.
More Halloween recipes you’ll love:
- Mummy Pizzas – Halloween is one of the only times of the year when you can get really silly with your food — and nobody minds if your Halloween food resembles the most gruesome things imaginable.
- Halloween Monster Popcorn – Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you’d better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying.
- Worm Ice Cubes – For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests’ ice.
Halloween Sandwich Cookies – 5 Ingredients
- 1 box vanilla cake mix
- 2 large eggs
- 1/3 cup vegetable oil
- 1 cup of vanilla icing
- Eyeball candy
- Make the cookie batter by mixing oil, cake mix, and eggs or according to the packaging directions. The dough should be thick and mouldable. If it is too thin, add in 2 tablespoons of all-purpose flour.
- Place on a parchment-lined tray and bake for 6-8 minutes at 350F or until the cookies have cracked in them. Remove from the oven and let cool.
- Pipe icing on one cookie and place another cookie to create a sandwich.
- Place two eyeballs in the icing.