Halloween Mummy Cookie Balls

Halloween is next week, and everyone needs to make a special treat to celebrate “All Hallows’ Eve.” Halloween Mummy Cookie Balls are a super quick and easy treat for all your little monsters.

Mummy Cookie Balls

The folks at Baker’s have these new cookie ball kits that are the bomb!! Cookie Ball Kits by BAKER’S Premium Chocolate create deliciously indulgent cookie balls in just 10 minutes without ever turning your oven on!

Mummy Cookie Balls

 

Each kit includes pre-measured cookie crumbs, sprinkles and a bar of BAKER’S Semi-Sweet Chocolate. There are several to chose from, and each has a unique taste and style. I have made two of the flavors and both are terrific!

 

 

Simply add cream cheese to cookie crumbs, roll into bite-sized balls, dip in melted chocolate. Each kit also comes with sprinkles, but I saved those for another day.

I chose the white chocolate kit because……well Mummys are white. I did need to have extra melted white chocolate for the drizzle as the kit has just enough to coat the cookie balls. Plus of course googly eyes, no Mummy is complete without them!

Mummy Cookie Balls

Mummy’s are easy to decorate since there is no rhyme or reason to their raggedy outfits.

Make the cookie balls according to the package directions. Melt extra white chocolate to make the Mummy rags.  No fancy equipment is needed, just a plastic bag with a corner snipped off.

Drizzle the coated cookie balls with the melted chocolate and place the googly eyes on top and you have Halloween Mummy Cookie Balls!Mummy Cookie Balls

Quick, easy and super cute!! Happy Halloween!
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Mummy Cookie Balls

Halloween Mummy Cookie Balls

  • Author: Marty Boyd
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 12 cookie balls
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: No Bake
  • Cuisine: American

Ingredients

1 – 8.6-ounce package Baker’s White Chocolate Cookie Ball Kit

1/2 cup white chocolate, melted and place in a small plastic bag

googly eyes


Instructions

Make cookie balls according to package directions.

After the dipped cookie balls have set up, use the melted chocolate to decorate to look like a mummy.

Place googly eyes making sure to place on a spot that has the melted chocolate so they stay in place.

Enjoy!

Keywords: cookie ball, Halloween, chocolate, easy, quick, no bake, Mummy

Fresh Cranberry Orange Shortbread Cookies

Thanksgiving is over and it’s time for the Christmas cookie baking to begin. In a nod to Thanksgiving, and because I had cranberries and oranges leftover…. Fresh Cranberry Orange Shortbread Cookies.

Fresh Cranberry Orange Shortbread Cookies

Growing up, my Grandma, who was a nurse, would receive gifts from patients. Usually it was food of some sort, and lots of cookies. Of course she shared those cookie with us. My favs were the Royal Dansk….you know, the ones that come in the blue tin.

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White Chocolate Salted Caramel Pretzel Crisps

White Chocolate Salted Caramel Pretzel Crisps satisfied many a craving for me this past week. Chocolate….check. Pretzels…..check. Caramel……check.

White Chocolate Salted Caramel Pretzel Crisps
If I don’t quit eating, I’m going to weight a ton! One of the downsides to writing a food blog is, ya gotta eat the stuff you make!! Oh wait ….thats a perk!! Over the past few months, I have had a serious sweet tooth……I’ve had it bad!

Awhile back I made Campfire Cupcakes, they were so cute. Click here for the recipe. Problem was, I only need a few pretzels for the cupcakes, so I had a whole bag of pretzels left. What to do, what to do??

White Chocolate Salted Caramel Pretzel Crisps

I remember as a kid, cookies made from chow mien noodles. They were no bake and easy to make. Just a few ingredients……I think they were called Haystacks. Why not make something similar and use up some of those pretzels?

Pretzels dipped in white bark is one of my favorite holiday treats, that salty & sweet taste gets me every time. And guess what? I just happened to have a bag of white chocolate chips just waiting to be made into something yummy.

White Chocolate Salted Caramel Pretzel Crisps

Something more than crushed pretzel or it would just be crushed pretzels with chocolate….not that there is anything wrong with that. Cereal always makes a good no bake treat and rice crispy treats are always a good thing. Rice Krispies it is!

Just one more thing???? Whoever thought up salted caramel is my hero. I’m sure it is passé in some circles, but I’m a fan for life! I think I have used Kraft Caramel Bits in other recipes on the site, they are the bomb! No unwrapping untold amounts of caramels, just dump what you need into the recipe. They melt with ease or just toss them into a recipe like I did here. They are soft enough to eat ….ok, right out of the bag, but also in your favorite recipe.

White Chocolate Salted Caramel Pretzel Crisps
I melted the remaining caramel bits and drizzled them over the treats and sprinkled them with a goodly amount of sea salt.

Four ingredients, no baking, just a few minutes of melting and mixing and ta da!! A cookie, candy, sweet & salty treat!

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White Chocolate Salted Caramel Pretzel Crisps

  • Author: Marty Boyd

Ingredients

  • 1-11 ounce bag Ghirardelli White Chocolate Premium Baking Chips
  • 1 cup Rice Krispies cereal
  • 1 cup Kraft Premium Caramel Bits from an 11 ounce bag
  • 1 cup pretzels, crushed
  • Coarse sea salt for garnish

Instructions

  1. Melt the white chocolate in the microwave according to package directions.
  2. Add the Rice Krispies cereal, caramel bits, and crushed pretzels.
  3. Using a small ice cream scoop. Drop by scoopful onto parchment paper lined baking sheet.
  4. Allow to dry at room temperature until hardened.
  5. Melt the remaining caramel bits according to package directions. Place melted caramel in a ziplock bag being careful as it is very hot. Snip one corner off of the bag and drizzle over hardened crisps. Sprinkle with coarse ground sea salt (I like Pink Himalayan) Allow the caramel to dry and enjoy!
  6. Store leftovers in an air-tight container.