"A cute and simple little Halloween treat that everyone will love. The amount this recipe makes depends on how many cookies and chocolate kisses you have. It just depends on how many you want. The last time I made these, I ended up making about 140 or so." — jazzchick
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2 (16 ounce) packages
fudge stripe cookies
honey, or as needed
1 (9 ounce) bag
milk chocolate candy kisses, unwrapped
1 (4.5 ounce) tube
black decorating gel
I have made these w/ my son and nephews almost every Halloween and they are always a hit! I use melted chocolate or frosting in place of the honey, and usually orange decorating icing/gel instead of the black. This is definitely fun for kids, and the adults too! :)
So easy! Used them as a cupcake topper and they were a hit! Thanks
Super fun and very easy! My 5 year old made these with some minimal instruction. These would be a fun treat to make as a class project.
Just made these today and hubby helped... They were super easy to make but I found the decorating a bit difficult... Maybe next time I'll candy decorations to adorn the hats ...
These turn out so cute and they are incredibly easy to make. I've made them a few times and they are always a hit. What kid (or adult) doesn't like a fudge cookie and a Hershey's kiss??
I do skip the honey part of the recipe, instead using the piping gel (orange looks great against the cookie and the kiss) to connect the kiss with the cookie. If some of it squishes out under the base of the kiss, it looks like a ribbon around the 'hat'. Just let them sit for an hour or so to dry and they are ready!
Really cute idea although I'm thinking a little frosting would work better than the honey. Honey was kind of drizzled over everything after a few of these were taken off the plate. Used dark choc fudge stripe cookies and dark choc kisses. Flavor is average b/c afterall, this is just a fudge strip cookie with a kiss on top :)
Cute idea but the gel isn't as easy as one would think. Still tasty though!
Cute and simple, my daughter and daughter in-law thought it was a clever idea. I put them in lunch boxes for a cute seasonal treat. I did not use honey just frosting and I opted for orange frosting.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 79
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