Little Chomp-Monsters

Donna Roth


Pillsbury HAD these on their site, but when I checked there for tips, all I could find was a picture. So, using their pic for inspiration, I made my own. I just served these up as the aftergame snack for my son's soccer team on his birthday weekend. They were a HUGE hit!!! I hope they are with all of you too!

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No-Cook or Other


your favorite cookie recipe, i used chocolate chip. you need 2 cookies per "monster"
frosting in various bright colors
decorations - m&ms, candy corn, marshmallows, etc...


1 stick
butter (room temp)
2 c
powdered sugar, sifted
1 tsp
vanilla extract
1-1 1/2 Tbsp
food colors


1Bake or buy cookies. Let cool. I use the recipe on the Nestle chocolate bits bag. Other cookie flavors would work great too... use your imagination.
2Put a mound of frosting on just abour 1/3 of the bottom of one cookie. Press a second cookie on it at an angle so the cookies are bottom to bottom at an angle kind of like an open mouth.
3Decorate the mouth with candy corn or M&M teeth, add marshmallow eyes and M&Ms or whatever other candy you want to use.
4The original Pillsbury pic had what looked to be licorice whip as eyebrows... I couldn't find licorice string type candies in the stores, so mine went browless! :)
Beat butter and vanilla. Add powdered sugar slowly so you don't have a kitchen that looks like snow flurries like I had the other day. Add milk and beat till creamy. Seperate into bowls and add food coloring. Now have fun and decorate some Little Chomp-Monsters

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cookies
Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids
Hashtags: #Kids, #halloween