Stock up on candy for this Halloween dessert. You'll want a variety of sweet treats to decorate your cookie cat.
- Makes: 1 servings
- Start to Finish: 15 mins
round chocolate cookies
Canned chocolate icing
Sathers Cherry Sour candy
candy-coated chocolate candies
mini candy-coated chocolate candies
Junior Mint candies
Green jelly candy
Twizzlers Chocolate Twist candy strip
Red lace candy
Vanilla almond bark candy
- Use chocolate icing to assemble the chocolate cookies for the cat's head and body. Cut each mint patty into the shape of a pointed ear. Place the ears behind the head, adhering them with icing.
- Add the muzzle, nose, and paws, referring to the photo for placement. Use icing to hold the pieces in place. For the eyes, flatten a green jelly candy and then cut two thin diamond shapes. Use icing to attach one to each Junior Mint; attach to cat.
- Place the Chocolate Twist on waxed paper and heat it in a microwave oven for about 8 seconds. Remove the candy and form it into a S shape for the tail. Hold in place until the candy keeps its shape. Heat the candy longer if necessary. Use icing to adhere tail to the back of the body.
- From the red lace candy, cut four 1-1/2-inch-long whiskers and one curve for the grin. Following the package instructions, melt a dime-sized chunk of almond bark. Using a toothpick and the melted candy, adhere the ends of the whiskers and the mouth to the muzzle. Makes 1 serving