Wilton Halloween Cookie Pan

Wilton Halloween Cookie Pan

Halloween is coming up in a couple of weeks and that means that stores are starting to stock up on Halloween items, from candy to costumes. Wilton has a new Halloween Cookie Pan out this year. This pan is designed with separate cavities for cookie dough balls and bakes your cookies into one of 12 different Halloween shapes. It’s really nice that each of the shapes is unique, as it makes the batch of cookies that much more interesting – kind of like looking through a bag of Halloween candy where every piece is different, but they’re all your favorite flavor. The shapes include a mummy, spiderweb, bat, ghost, tombstone and candy corn, to name just a few.

The pan is nonstick and because the designs aren’t too complex, there are few corners to trap dough in; the cookies should all release easily from this pan. Once they’re out, you can serve them as-is or decorate them with icing. You can use homemade cookie dough and can also use prepackaged cookie dough (if you’re really looking for convenience). The finished cookies are about 1/4 inch thick and the baking time and temperature should be about the same as it is for whatever recipe you’re working with.

6 comments

  1. I have been looking for some cool Halloween decorations on the Net and finally found your blog. I toally love the idea of the Cookie pan – the different shapes are a great idea as they add a new variety to the typical Halloween designs. I think I’ll give it a try! :)

  2. Great theme for halloween cant wait to make some cookie characters for my kids to put food coloring on LOL

  3. Love the pan and very timely.

  4. I totally love the idea. And this is really a very nice pan. Having plenty of shapes in one pan gives more fun in baking especially that my daughter and i loves to baked together. I’m sure she’ll love this pan.

  5. I was just drooling over this pan a couple of days ago and now you’re really tempting me to get it!

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