Surprisingly, it’s October again and that means it’s spooky season, and these vegan Halloween spooky cookies are the perfect treat to kick off with. Deliciously soft and chewy chocolate cookie base, chocolate ganache, and topped with a royal icing spiderweb! Did I mention that these taste like Oreo? Easy to make, only requires a few pantry-friendly ingredients, and is great for all ages to enjoy! It’s the perfect dessert for those who love chocolate and all things Halloween!
If you can’t tell already, the idea behind this cookie is to create something like a Crumbl cookie – to take inspiration! And of course, to make it vegan. If you don’t know what Crumbl is, it’s a popular cookie bakery in the U.S. Anyway, I wanted to take Halloween as an opportunity to make my very first Crumbl-style cookie. The base is a black cocoa base, which means it tastes like Oreo! Then, I added a thick chocolate ganache. And finally, piped a delicate spiderweb over the top. I did make them smaller than Crumbl’s but, believe me, the size doesn’t matter because it tastes so good.
So, how did I create a Crumbl-style cookie, if I have never had it? Simple, I had my husband explain to me, in detail, what the cookie tasted like. Particularly, the texture of the cookies, the type of toppings they used, the size, etc. After many attempts, I finally created my base for these Crumbl-style cookies! They are undeniably Soft, chewy, and packed with great flavor!
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