How to Make Dracula Cookies (Vampire Cookies)
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Learn how to make quick and easy Dracula cookies or vampire cookies for kids Halloween parties. All you need is fondant, edible markers and graham crackers!
Today, I am showing you how to transform graham crackers into DRACULA cookies or VAMPIRE cookies!
Lately, I have been OBSESSED with graham crackers.
Seriously, I find myself munching on them every 5 minutes.
Thanks to my constant need for graham crackers, I ALWAYS have them in stock these days…hehe.
You can obviously make these Draculas on square shaped sugar cookies but I just used graham crackers because they are already nice and square…less work for me!
If you prefer royal icing, you can use than instead of fondant.
I also made graham cracker Frankenstein cookies.
To make these Dracula cookies/ Vampire cookies, you will need the following SUPPLIES:
Graham crackers or square cookies
Square cutter (Same size as your cookie)
Corn syrup or water
Round confetti sprinkles
Black edible marker
Red edible marker
These are the INSTRUCTIONS:
Step 1: Roll out white fondant and use the square cutter to cut out a piece.
Step 2: Brush corn syrup on top of the cookie.
Step 3: Place the fondant piece on top and stick it into place.
Step 4: Roll out black fondant and use square cutter to cut out a piece.
Step 5: Use a knife to cut the entire piece in half and discard about an inch from the bottom.
Step 6: Press the heart cutter in the center and discard this heart piece.
Step 7: Brush some corn syrup on top of your cookie
Step 8: Stick the black piece here.
Step 9: Pinch the center point of the head to make it sharper.
Step 10: Draw little eyeballs on 2 round sprinkles.
Step 11: Stick them into place with corn syrup or water.
Step 12: Use a black marker to draw the mouth and fangs.
Step 13: Use a red marker to draw blood drops. Enjoy!
Well, that’s all for today.
If you liked these easy Halloween cookies, you may like some of these other Halloween desserts too:
Until next time, tata my lovelies!