Recipe by EMMAWHITE
"A realistic shocker of a cookie. These look like cat poop and are served in a tidy litter box setting. Mix and match the additions of chocolate or butterscotch chips, ramen noodles (roundworms), coconut (tapeworms), corn or peanuts depending on what effects you want to achieve."
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whole wheat flour
unsweetened cocoa powder
1 (32 ounce) package
wheat and barley nugget cereal (e.g. Grape-Nuts™)
dont make these cookies. your guests will immeidiately leave like mine did!!!!!
These cookies are totally tasteless. They have very little taste. It is like chewing chocolate cardboard. Dont bother making them. It is a waste of time and ingrediants. The only thing they are good for is a halloween decoration.
These cookies are totally awesome! I had a birthday party for my cat and these were a big hit. They taste great and disappear fast. Everybody loved them. If you're having a party I suggest you make double the suggested amount. You won't be sorry, neither will your guests. Thanks a lot!
These looked so gross but were so fun to make! The flavor was a bit "blah", and might be improved by adding more sugar or maybe some chocolate chips. I added chocolate & butterscotch chips, peanuts, and coconut. My oldest DS has request 3 batches of these for his Halloween party next Monday night.
These cookies definitely look authentic and weren't hard to make. Everyone at work saw them and did a double take. In the taste department, they are quite lacking if you like sweet cookies.I didn't care for the taste at all. They are firm and only slightly sweet. I would suggest modifying the recipe to include more sugar, or maybe use Nestle quik or something instead of cocoa powder. Maybe the whole wheat did it, who knows... Experiment to find the best taste and most realistic looking. A+ on presentation, D on taste. I might even say 'F' but I'm trying to be nice.
It's difficult to rate these cookies, after all, do you really want to eat them? For an even more realistic effect, half fill a disposable aluminum pan with grapenuts and then drop these cookies in. Serve with a "poop scoop" utensil. Everyone gets a kick out of these, but no one will touch them. Good visual on a Halloween table or by the front door. Tell the Trick-or-treaters to "Help yourself" (P.S. Keep the cat away from this. It may cause confusion.)
EXCELLENT! original, tasty, helpful presentation suggestions.
i like my cookies rich so i substituted powdered chocolate for semi sweet and added plenty of nuts for a better visual effect. a friend suggested coated them in coconut for that 'tapeworm'effect, but that's going too far, i think.
people gobbled them up like hotcakes.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cat Poop Cookies III
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 38
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