Candy Corn Sugar Cookies

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Prep Time 20 min Cook Time 12 minutes

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Looking for a new take on a traditional Halloween treat? How about making these cute candy corn sugar cookies!

What you'll need

  • 1 package (16 oz) Refrigerated Cookies
  • 1 Pillsbury® Sugar Cookies
  • Yellow food coloring
  • Orange food coloring
Helpful Tip:

Look for orange candy sprinkles for these cookies.

It is hard to tell when these cookies are done. Take them out at the time given on the package, even if they look soft. They will firm up when cooled.

How to make it

  1. Candy Corn Sugar Cookies

    Separate your sugar cookie dough into three sections. Use about 1/5 of the dough for one section, and separate the remaining dough into two equal sections. 

  2. Candy Corn Sugar Cookies

    Add your yellow food coloring and orange food coloring to the two largest dough sections. If you want your cookies bright, be generous with the food coloring.

  3. Candy Corn Sugar Cookies

    Shape your dough into long rectangles.

  4. Candy Corn Sugar Cookies

    Stack the dough in candy corn order, yellow on the bottom, followed by orange, and finally white on the top.

  5. Candy Corn Sugar Cookies

    Turn the stack on it's side and shape into a triangle.

  6. Candy Corn Sugar Cookies

    Slice into "candy corns." Bake at 350 degrees on an ungreased cookie sheet, placing the cookies 2 inches apart.

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    During baking the cookies will spread. While cookies are still warm out of the oven, trim edges into more of a candy corn shape using a pizza cutter.

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