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How to Make Creepy Chocolate Chip Cookies for Halloween

Crafter and cake decorator Jennifer Wold of Clever Wren Cakes & Sweets shared her fun tutorial on how to create super creepy chocolate chip cookies for Halloween. Jen used large and small sugar pearls, slivers of almonds, and red gel food coloring to bring her monster cookies to life. The full tutorial is available to […]
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