Intro: Halloween Sheet Cookies
You’ll love this super simple Halloween dessert recipe! It’s silly and spooky, perfect for kids and family for Halloween. This sheet pan cookie is delicious, easy, and quirky with spooky blood colored gel frosting and eye ball candies.
I love these creepy googly eye candies for baking and making treats. They are the perfect addition to any No. My toddler got ahold of some and ate a bunch before I could take it from her! She’s such a little sneak. The eye ball candies just taste like sprees or sweet tarts. They have a pretty basic flavors and add a little crunch to the sheet pan cookie.
Best Eyeball Candies For Decorating Halloween Cookies?
Sentovac Small Eyeball Candies – Had 4.6 out of 5 stars out of 424 Reviews on Amazon. 1 Bottle (Net weight:0.19LB or 3.52 ounces) is about $9. He’s candy eyeballs are perfect for breads cakes cupcakes cookies and more. They work great for baking, not super hard and crunchy, and keeps it shape.
GEORLD Medium Small Eyeball Candies – These are wonderful for decorating vegan desserts like cupcakes, cookies, and crispy rice treats. You can make faces, animals, and spooky Halloween themed goodies. 6.9 oz (200 Grams) for $16.
Sweets Indeed spooky colored sprinkles plus eyeballs – if you’re looking to add a dash of color to your spooky eyeball Halloween themed sheet pan cookies try this brand. Get 6.5 Ounces for under $13. This sprinkle medley is perfect for ghoulish desserts. Plus these toppers are Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Egg-Free and Dairy-Free.
Why You Will Love It
- This halloween dessert recipe is so much fun!
- It’s super simple and quickly to bake up for a last minute Halloween party or get together.
- Make it for an October bake sale or kids activity.
- Will get you in the spooky spirit asap.
- Use parchment paper to really ensure your cookie holds one shape.
- Try edible gel with a little shimmer for a really glossy bloody glow.
- Decorate the sheet pan cookies with the gel frosting FIRST, then add the eyeballs over it. It if put them first the gel sort of overpowers the candy and they no longer pop! Also the gel holds the eyeballs to the top of the cookie.
Jump To Recipe: Bloody Eyeball Monster Sheet Pan Cookie
Need something to whip up quick for your creepy festivities? These sheet pan cookies are great for Halloween.
- 3 Cups (24 oz) All purpose flour
- 2 Tsp (8.4g) Baking powder
- 1 Cup (8 oz) Sugar
- 1 Tsp (4.2g) Vanilla extract
- 1 Cup (8oz) Almond Milk
- 1 Cup (8oz) Applesauce
- 1/2 Cup (4oz) vegan butter Room temperature
- 1/2 Tsp (2.1g) Salt
- 4 Tbsp (2oz) dark blue food coloring
- 16 Oz red gel frosting
- 12 Oz Eyeball candy sprinkles See post for recommendations!
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (177 degrees C)
In a large mixing bowl combine all the dry ingredients (EXCEPT THE EYE BALL CANDIES) and whisk until thoroughly combined
In a separate mixing bowl combine all the wet ingredients (EXCEPT THE RED GEL FROSTING) and whisk until thoroughly combined
Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and whisk again until thoroughly combined
Line a large sheet pan with parchment paper pour the blue sheet cookie dough into the sheet pan
Use a large spoon or spatula to spread the cookie dough out evenly
Bake the sheet cookie for 20 minutes and remove from the oven
Allow the sheet cookies to cool off completely before decorating with red gel frosting drizzle and topping with eye ball candies!
Cut it into 16 – 20 sections
FAQ: Questions And Answers
What should I bake for Halloween?
There’s so many things you can bake for Halloween, but if you’re looking for something simple to feed a crowd try these sheet cookies with a spooky monster theme. All you need is standard cookie ingredients like flour and sugar with some red glaze drizzle frosting and eyeball candy.
How do you make eggless Halloween cookies?
All you need to make eggless Halloween cookies is any standard egg replacement. For this particular recipe for Spooky Eyeball Monster sheet cookies I used 1 cup of applesauce. However you can also use one banana, flaxseed egg, or a binding product like Bobs Red Mill Egg Replacer which includes ingredients such as: Potato Starch, Tapioca Flour, Baking Soda, and Psyllium Husk.