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These Chocolate-Dipped Jack-o-Lantern Cookies Are “Oh My Gourd” Good

These Chocolate-Dipped Jack-o-Lantern Cookies are the perfect quick and easy Halloween treat! Each bite has the perfect amount of crunch within a layer of spooky, silky chocolate. Plus, they’re great for all the kids on Halloween!

One of the best parts about Halloween, in my opinion, is all of the sweet treats that comes with spooky season! I love to bake and create sweet concoctions during the fall—especially when the recipe is a super easy one!

This Halloween, I wanted to share a sweet treat idea that will not only make your Halloween even more spooktacular, but tastes delicious as well: Chocolate-Dipped Jack-o-Lantern Cookies! I love how simple these cookies are to make and the extra fun they add to the spooky season. Plus, these cookies are great for all skill levels in the kitchen, so grab the kids for this one, too!

This recipe only requires two ingredients and has a terror-ific amount of sweetness. Between the crunchiness of the cookies and the silkiness of the chocolate, these Chocolate-Dipped Jack-o-Lantern Cookies will surely be a hit this Halloween! After all, you can’t beat those adorable jack-o-lantern faces!

Read on below to learn how to make some Chocolate-Dipped Jack-o-Lantern Cookies!

Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • Oreos (whichever flavor you’d like!)
  • Orange and black chocolate candy melts
  • Microwave-safe bowls/candy melt pot or fondue pot
  • Baking sheet with parchment paper
  • Fork/spoon
  • Plastic sandwich bag to pipe with/scissors

Here How to Make Your Chocolate-Dipped Jack-o-Lantern Cookies:

Start by lining a baking sheet with parchment. Place your cookies on the baking sheet for easy assembly. 

Next, melt the orange chocolate candy melts in a fondue pot to melt them completely. You can also melt them in a microwave-safe bowl at 15- to 30-second intervals until melted.

Using a fork, dip a cookie into the melted orange chocolate candy melts, fully submerging it.

Carefully lift the cookie out and gently shake the cookie; any excess chocolate with fall through the fork. Delicately place the chocolate-dipped cookie onto the parchment-lined baking sheet by gently sliding it off of the fork.

Once all the cookies are dipped, place the cookie sheet of chocolate-dipped cookies into the refrigerator for 15 minutes to set.

While the cookies are setting, melt the black chocolate candy melts. You can melt them in the fondue pot or in another mixing bowl in the microwave.

When the black chocolate candy melts have fully melted, take a spoon and scoop it into a plastic sandwich bag. With all of the melted black chocolate candy melts in the plastic sandwich bag, use a pair of scissors to cut a small corner off of the tip of the bag to create a piping bag.

Pipe two small triangles for eyes on the cookies along with a spooky squiggly mouth. You can, of course, get creative with the facial design!

Once all the cookies have their faces, allow them to set completely in the refrigerator. 

When the cookies have set, they are ready to enjoy! 

Would you try out these Chocolate-Dipped Jack-o-Lantern Cookies for Halloween? Let me know in the comments below!

As always, you can find the video tutorial for these Chocolate-Dipped Jack-o-Lantern Cookies on my TikTok!

Before you go, make sure to save this post to your Halloween Pinterest board! (You can find the Pinterest button at the bottom of this article.)

I hope you have a “gourd” Halloween!

1 thought on “These Chocolate-Dipped Jack-o-Lantern Cookies Are “Oh My Gourd” Good”

  1. These look absolutely “gourd”geous, and tasty too! I will definitely put these on my list for treats this month. Thanks for sharing 🎃👍

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