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Halloween is one of the most unusual and favorite holidays for children. On the eve of All Saints' Day (the night of November 1), hundreds of thousands of people around the world dress up in costumes, have parties, take part in fun, tell each other scary stories, go from house to house and collect various sweet treats.

Halloween is especially popular in English-speaking countries, among which the United States and Canada are in the first place in terms of the scale of celebration. He is no less loved in other states - in France, Japan, Germany. Recently, this holiday is celebrated and. People dress up in costumes of vampires, witches and fairy-tale creatures, houses and streets are decorated with luminous pumpkins. One of the obligatory traditions of Halloween is the preparation of sweets, some of which must be given to the poor, and the rest put on the threshold of the house, thus appeasing evil spirits.

Iced Halloween Cookies are a great dish to add to your family tradition. These cookies taste amazing and are very easy to make. And in the process, you can have great fun with the children and at the same time conduct a developmental activity.

For shortbread cookies you will need the following ingredients:

    • 200g margarine for baking;
    • ? cups of sugar;
    • 2 yolks;
    • 2 cups flour;
    • 1tsp baking powder (heaped).

    Margarine pre-freeze, then grate. Combine with flour, sugar, baking powder and yolks. Knead the dough. It will turn out very plastic and tender.

    Put the dough in the refrigerator for half an hour, then roll it out into a layer 0.5-1 cm thick and cut out the figures using molds. Bake the cookies for 15-20 minutes in a preheated oven at 18 degrees.

    Now let's get to the fun part - decorating Halloween cookies! There can be a lot of options! Below are some step by step photos. And in this article, the recipe for icing. Good luck getting scared!

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