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No-Bake Spider Cookies

These spider cookies are so delicious, it’s scary!

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It doesn’t have to be Halloween, and kids won’t need your oven to transform plain cookies, pretzel sticks, raisins, and peanut butter into creepy-crawly but supertasty “spiders.” Step by step, the spiders appear, and so do the smiles. Mom, keep these ingredients on hand and you’ll always be ready for some fast-moving fun.
Spider Cookies
What You'll Need
  • Round chocolate cookies

  • Peanut butter or cream cheese

  • Thin pretzel sticks

  • Raisins or candy eyes

What to Do
1. Spread two cookies with peanut butter or cream cheese.

2. Place 8 pretzel “legs” on one cookie and top with the other cookie.

3. Secure 2 raisins or candy eyes to the top of the cookie using peanut butter or cream cheese as your "glue."

4. Eat your spider cookie—if you dare!

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How many books do you currently have in your house? Include books on tape, audio books, and eBooks, as well as all hard and soft cover books that you own or have borrowed. Select one answer below.