These little ghosts are not spooky but friendly! They make a great gift for a Halloween school party and they look awesome when individually packaged and given as little treats! The ghost gets his fun shape from a tulip cookie cutter turned upside down and the candy eyes add a bit of personality that your kids will love!
- Yield: 12 ghost sugar cookies
- 1 batch Cookie Glaze Icing
- 1 batch Sugar Cookies, cut out using a tulip cookie cutter
- 24 candy eyes, found in craft stores
- Place your Cookie Glaze Icing in a cake-decorating bag with a 2 tip.
- To decorate your cookie, use your icing to outline two cookies at a time.
- Go back and fill in the first cookie and then repeat with the second cookie. I like to only do two cookies at a time so the gel dries nicely and doesn’t leave a ridge.
- Repeat with all remaining cookies.
- Allow cookies to dry for 2–3 hours. Place two eyes on each ghost cookie. The icing will still be tacky, so the eyes will stick well.
- Allow cookies to dry overnight or until icing has completely hardened.