Owl Cookies – Easy No Bake Chocolate Halloween Snacks for Kids

These adorable owl cookies are as much fun to make as they are to eat. Dip into your Halloween candy bag and put these treats together in just minutes!

Halloween is such a fun time of the year.  Making decorative cookies is a favorite of mine. (Check out these spooky Halloween pumpkin cookies for another great treat.)

Peanut butter is a food group as far as I am concerned. I love the stuff! Adding chocolate to it to make a peanut butter cup just adds to the appeal!

Round up any left over Halloween candy and make these adorable owl cookies. Get the tutorial on Always The Holidays. 🦉🦉🦉 Click To Tweet

Today, we’ll be using my favorite candy along with another Halloween favorite – candy corn – to put together these sweet owl cookie treats.

Candy corn is very popular, particularly in the fall. There are so many ways to use it in recipes. There is even a National Candy Corn Day, celebrated on October 30 each year.

Did you also know that you can grow candy corn plant in your garden? You won’t get the candy but the look and colors are the same! 

As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Some of the links below are affiliate links. I earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you, if you purchase through one of those links.


Hoot Hoot:  Let’s make some owl cookies!

Halloween is such a busy time of the year. Whether it is planning an adult Halloween party, or making cookies in fun Halloween shapes, no one needs another baking project right now.

Fortunately, these owl cookies are no bake. Just assemble them using the Halloween candy you have on hand, along with some marshmallows, a bit of frosting and some graham crackers, and you’ll have a sweet treat in no time at all.

To make these cute owl cookies, you will need the following ingredients:

Fall towel, crackers, frosting and candy.

  • Graham Crackers
  • Regular Sized Peanut butter cups
  • M&Ms
  • Jumbo marshmallows
  • Candy Corn
  • Frosting
  • Toothpicks

Making the owl body

For each owl, you’ll need two peanut butter cups. It’s time to trim the pieces! Two will be used whole and two will be trimmed. (No points for guessing where the middle of the trimmed pieces go. 😉 )

Using a very sharp knife, Cut the top and bottom off each peanut butter cup to give you four “wings.” Next, cut the marshmallow in half, so the back is sticky for the eyes.

Finally, trim the bottom quarter off of the graham cracker pair to give you a cookie to rest your owls on.Cut peanut butter cups and marshmallows with graham crackers on a board.

Use the trimmed Graham cracker as a base for your cookie treat. Add some of the chocolate frosting to the sticky back of the sliced marshmallows. Push them down on the top of the cracker to start the eyes.

Add just a dab of frosting on each M&M and place is on the marshmallows to make eyeballs.Marshmallows and MMs to make eyeballs.

Use a small amount of chocolate frosting on the back of the whole peanut butter cup, and stick it down under the eyes for the body of the owl.

Place a dab of chocolate frosting on the Graham cracker near each shoulder and attach the cut pieces of peanut butter cup for wings.Marshmallow eyes and peanut butter cup bodies.

Add another bit of frosting on the back of a piece of candy corn and place it between the eyes for the nose of the owl.

Finally, slice some of the M&Ms in half to make toes and attach them with a dab of frosting.Owl Cookie Treats on a wooden board near a fall towel.

Tada!! That is all there is to making these adorable Halloween owl cookies.  Serve them with a big glass of milk and enjoy!Owl cookie on a broom with a pumpkin.

Pin these easy owl cookies for later

Would you like a reminder of this fun Halloween snack for kids? Just pin this image to one of your Halloween boards on Pinterest so that you can easily find it later.

You can also watch our video on YouTube.

Two owl cookies with a broom and pumpkin with text reading Owl cookie treats.

Yield: 2 owl snacks

Owl Cookies - Easy No Bake Chocolate Halloween Snacks for Kids

Owl Cookie Treats on a wooden board near a fall towel.

These cute owl cookies are fun to make and the kids will love them. Best of all they are a no bake Halloween treat.

Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 Graham crackers
  • 4 Peanut Butter Cups
  • 8 plain M&Ms
  • 2 pieces of candy corn
  • 4 large marshmallows
  • 1 teaspoon of chocolate frosting
  • Toothpick

Instructions

  1. Trim the bottom quarter of a double Graham cracker for the cookie base..
  2. Cut the top and bottom off two of the peanut butter cups. Leave the other two whole.
  3. Cut the marshmallows in half so one side is sticky.
  4. Add frosting to the back of the marshmallows and whole peanut butter cups.
  5. Position the marshmallow halves for eyes and a whole peanut butter cup for each body.
  6. Add a dab of frosting on the back of 4 M&Ms and attach to the marshmallows for eyeballs.
  7. Add a dab of frosting on the candy corn and attach for a nose.
  8. Place a small amount of frosting on the shoulder area and attach the cut pieces of peanut butter cups for wings.
  9. Slice the remaining four M&Ms in half and add a dab of frosting with a toothpick and place below the body on the cracker for toes.
  10. Enjoy!

Notes

Spreading the frosting is easier if you use a toothpick instead of a knife.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

2

Serving Size:

1 owl

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 338Total Fat: 15.7gSaturated Fat: 5.3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1.2 ggCholesterol: 4.4 mgmgSodium: 235.4 mgmgCarbohydrates: 47.1gFiber: 2.6gSugar: 33.9gProtein: 6.4g

Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in the post above are "affiliate links." This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive a small commission from the sale, but the price is the same for you. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

Share on Social Media

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *