Super-Fast Vampire Dentures Cookies

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I had my teenager help me make thesedracula's dentures cookies. They were so easy and fun--he wants to bring them to his class on Friday...LOL!

I was in a massive hurry (because I procrastinate ALL THE TIME until it bites me in the butt–heh) to get snacks ready for my son’s halloween party at school last year. I ended-up taking a plain set of cookies from the store, because, you know, I’m lame that way sometimes (I can’t always be supermom). This year, I have a last-minute cookie recipe that I can make in the event of a last-minute-oops-on-my-part. No, procrastinating won’t get me this year! I’ll be making these Super-Fast Vampire Dentures Cookies, because they take less than 10 minutes to make a dozen and I can’t screw them up (like I did those cookies a couple of years ago that I burned…).

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Totally inspired by these awesome Dracula’s Dentures cookies, I was just too lazy to make them that way…so I made them a little more simply. My bad.

Ingredients for Super-Fast Vampire Dentures Cookies

  • 1 box store-bought cookies (soft or chewy–no crunchy ones or they won’t cut well)
  • 1 jar red jam (ie. raspberry or strawberry)
  • 72 mini-marshmallows per set of dentures (per cookie–if you need more than 12 cookies, just multiply 6 by the number of–just get the dang bag of marshmallows out and quit trying to overthink this!)
  • White chocolate almond bark or modeling chocolate (although this is not the time to make modeling chocolate if you don’t have any on hand–we’re working fast here, y’all)

How to Make Super-Fast Vampire Dentures Cookies

  1. Cut 24 “fangs” from the almond bark. This can be done fast by just making slices–they don’t have to be neat, just slivers. Set aside.
  2. Cut 12 cookies in half.
  3. Slather a little jam on one side of each cookie half. Not too much or it’ll look like the vampire had a snack a few minutes ago…which is not as cute…but still works…so, it’s ok to be a little–stop over thinking this!
  4. Stack 6 marshmallows on one half of each cookie, along the round edge.
  5. Place an un-marshmallowed cookie half on top of each marshmallowed half. (did that even make sense? LOL!)
  6. Slip a sliver of “fang” between the marshmallows 2 &3 and 4 & 5. Just look at the picture–this is getting way more complicated than necessary…and you’re in a HURRY! EEP!
  7. Slap those puppies on a tray, wrap in plastic wrap and rush to the school party!
  8. Be sure to sprinkle some flour on your face as you race out the door–you want your kids to think you made these by scratch, right? LOL!

easy halloween cookie idea

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Yield: 12

Super-Fast Vampire Dentures Cookies

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

I'll be making these Super-Fast Vampire Dentures Cookies, because they take less than 10 minutes to make a dozen and I can't screw them up

Ingredients

  • 1 box store-bought cookies, soft or chewy–no crunchy ones or they won’t cut well
  • 1 jar red jam, ie. raspberry or strawberry
  • 72 mini-marshmallows per set of dentures, per cookie–if you need more than 12 cookies, just multiply 6 by the number of–just get the dang bag of marshmallows out and quit trying to overthink this!
  • White chocolate almond bark or modeling chocolate, although this is not the time to make modeling chocolate if you don’t have any on hand–we’re working fast here, y’all

Instructions

  1. Cut 24 “fangs” from the almond bark. This can be done fast by just making slices–they don’t have to be neat, just slivers. Set aside.
  2. Cut 12 cookies in half.
  3. Slather a little jam on one side of each cookie half. Not too much or it’ll look like the vampire had a snack a few minutes ago…which is not as cute…but still works…so, it’s ok to be a little–stop over thinking this!
  4. Stack 6 marshmallows on one half of each cookie, along the round edge.
  5. Place an un-marshmallowed cookie half on top of each marshmallowed half. (did that even make sense? LOL!)
  6. Slip a sliver of “fang” between the marshmallows 2 &3 and 4 & 5. Just look at the picture–this is getting way more complicated than necessary…and you’re in a HURRY! EEP!
  7. Slap those puppies on a tray, wrap in plastic wrap and rush to the school party!
  8. Be sure to sprinkle some flour on your face as you race out the door–you want your kids to think you made these by scratch, right? LOL!

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