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Mummy Cookies

By: Amanda Formaro from
Updated September 30, 2022
Mummy Cookies
Mummy Cookies

"Mummy cookies make a great addition to just about any Halloween-themed party or gathering whether you serve them as cookie pops, on a platter, or wrapped in cellophane baggies as a party favor. Quick, easy, and a touch spooky, these mummy cookies come together with only 4 ingredients to make a cute Halloween party dessert. These mummy cookies couldn’t be easier to make. We’ve included directions on how to use refrigerated sugar cookie dough, canned frosting mixed with powdered sugar, and candy eyeballs to make them quick to throw together in a snap. You can call these Halloween cookie pops because we serve them on a lollipop stick, though you can leave them as is and they’d still be adorable. "


Cooking MethodOven

Cooking Vessel Size16 Lollipop Sticks, Piping Bags, Flat Piping Tip, Insulated Baking Sheet, Wire Cooking Racks


  • 16 ounces Refrigerated Sugar Cookie Dough
  • 32 Candy Eyeballs
  • 16 ounces Canned White Frosting
  • 1/2 cup Powdered Sugar
  1. Preheat oven according to cookie dough package instructions (ours was 350 F).

  2. Line an insulated baking sheet with parchment paper.

  3. Visit for full printable recipe.

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