Halloween Cookie Cutters
The easiest way to make your table fun and festive is to break out the Halloween cookie cutters. We've picked our favorites, ranging from spooky zombies to too-cute pumpkins. For an adults-only party, break out the red icing and use these Halloween cookie cutters to make dead-and-dreary zombie cookies. If the kids are invited, let them help decorate the pumpkin Halloween cookies by making the faces with their favorite Halloween candies.
These Halloween cookie cutters are all available from amazon.com, so place your order, prep your dough, and get ready for a fun Halloween party at home.
These easy-to-grip cookie cutters leave clean edges, making frosting fun and frustration free. To keep the dough from sticking, keep the Halloween cookie cutters dusted in flour. If you've got kids helping in the kitchen, this is the set to buy.
You can't beat the price of this 18-piece set. If you're looking to go all out and make dozens of fun-shaped cookies, save yourself the shopping and order this set, which includes cats, bats, skulls, pumpkins, cauldrons, coffins, witch hats, and more. These are good quality cutters that won't bend when you press into your dough.
We love this large-scale gingerbread-inspired cookie cutter for making a variety of similar Halloween cookies. Stamp the dough hard enough to make a decent impression of the bones, otherwise it will bake out as the cookies rise.
This cutter comes with a single cookie cutter and four interchangeable face templates, meaning you can decide if your cookies are sinister, sweet, or downright evil. Press the faces into the dough first, then use the cutter to cut them out.
Spider Cookie Cutter, $12
Because when else, besides Halloween, could you cover your table in dark chocolate spider cookies and everyone would love it? This cutter is stainless, making it worth the price.
This is the Halloween cookie cutter that will really let you put your decorating skills on display. The cutter measures 3.5" by 5", making for decently sized cookies that will leave plenty of room for icing. Don't forget the red icing for blood!
Give these vampire cookies spooky grimaces for the adults and Sesame Street-inspired Count faces for the kids.
Don't let your cakes go undecorated! Break out the fondant and make an easy topper, or line the edges of a layer cake with these do-not-enter cut outs.
Once you've picked your perfect cookie cutter, be sure to select your perfect dough.
You can also use your personal favorite cookie dough, just be sure it's one that doesn't spread too much while baking or you'll lose the fun Halloween cookie cutter shapes.