DIY: cinnamon bat cookies & pumpkin patch brownies

I am by no means a domestic goddess but Halloween is my all-time fave holiday and snacks are life so… I will gladly throw on an apron if it’s got a cute spiderweb print. 🕷️

I found both of these easy recipes on Pinterest. I personally have an obsession with cinnamon toast, so if you feel me on that one, you’ll be obsessed with these bat cookies.

This recipe is fast ✅ easy ✅ and has 4 ingredients ✅

YOU NEED

Bat cookie cutter. I got mine at Michael’s, but I’m sure the dollar store has them.

1/4 cup sugar, white or brown. I used brown sugar because I prefer it.

1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon.

4 tbsp butter or margarine, melted.

2 flour tortillas. I opted for whole wheat because I wanted to make myself feel 2% better about this treat lol. 

Baking sheet & parchment paper.

STEPS

1.Lay the tortilla flat on a hard surface, then get to it with your bat cookie cutter! You’ll be able to make 7-8 bats out of each tortilla.

2.Preheat the oven to 350 F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper so they don’t stick.

3.Mix the sugar & cinnamon together on a plate. Melt the butter in a small bowl. Then, dip the bats into the melted butter bowl, and then lie them on the plate. Cover them in the sugar & cinnamon mix.

4.Bake the lil tortilla bats for 10 minutes at 350 F. When they’re done, leave them out for 2-3 minutes to cool down.

Now for the pumpkin patch brownies 🎃

YOU NEED

1 box brownie mix, plus required ingredients. Or use your own homemade version.

1 cup white chocolate chips

1 tbsp vegetable oil

Green food coloring

1 can chocolate frosting

Box of crushed Oreos

Pumpkin candies

STEPS

1.Preheat the oven to 350° and line a pan with parchment paper. Prep the brownie batter according to the package instructions. Pour the batter into the pan & bake until a toothpick goes into the brownie smoothly – should take 30 minutes. Let it cool completely.

2.In a small bowl, combine white chocolate chips, vegetable oil and green food coloring. Microwave in 30-second intervals, so that it doesn’t burn! Microwave it until its completely melted. Then, transfer it to a small ziplock bag and cut the tip of one corner so you can use it with precision.

3.Spread chocolate frosting over the brownies, then sprinkle with crushed Oreos. Using the green chocolate, make vines all over the brownies.

4.Cut the brownies into squares, and top them with the pumpkin candies.

& done!

Enjoy these yummy treats, and if you’ve made some of your own, please link me in the comments below! I wanna see 👀

Enjoy 🦇 🖤

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