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If you are looking for some fun ideas for your spooky treat platters, try your hand at these quick to make Halloween Bloody Bandage Cookies.
Halloween Bloody Bandage Cookies
Gross out your guest with these fun Halloween Bloody Bandage Cookies. Easy to make and low budget for your Halloween party.
Note: This is also perfect for April Fool's Day.
Serving Size: 1 “Bloody Bandage”
Number of Servings: 20
Prep Time: 10-15 min
- Vanilla flavor wafers
- White fondant
- Red food writing gel
- Take a piece of fondant about the size of a golf ball and roll it around and knead it until it becomes pliable, like playdough.
- Roll out with a rolling pin to about 1/8” thick.
- Cut into square shapes.
- Wet your finger and apply to one side of the fondant.
- Place the wet side down onto the middle of the wafer, gently pressing to adhere.
- Squeeze some gel onto the fondant to look like a bloody bandage.
Serve with all of your other disgusting treats!
If you don’t have fondant, you can find a recipe online, or even use frosting. It won’t look as neat, but it will do the trick.
To measure the square fondant more accurately, place a wafer on top of the fondant and cut along both sides of the fondant with a knife, into strips. Turn the wafer sideways across the fondant and cut into squares.
Don’t use a lot of water on the fondant, or it may get sticky
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