Guest Blogger: Easy Mummy Macaroons!

Yes, it’s only the second day into October, but we’re sure that your kiddos have been racking their brains for MONTHS on what ghouls or superheroes or princesses or other variations of things that go bump in the night they want to be this Halloween. And we all know that it’s going to come down to YOU to get them into character and throw them a Halloween worth trick AND treating! Fear not, we’re here to help, at least in the treating department!

Our new friend Keri Bassett @ took our new Coconut Macaroons and gave it a Halloween spin. Check out her spooktacular idea and the Mummy Macaroon recipe below:

mummy macaroon


  • 1 package Immaculate Baking Co. coconut macaroon cookies
  • 24 mini chocolate chips


  1. Preheat oven to 375*.
  2. Slice each cookie lengthwise using a sharp knife. (You want to end up with 24 thinner cookie rounds not 2 half-moon shapes.)
  3. Place 12 of the rounds on an ungreased cookie sheet(s).
  4. Cut each of the other 12 rounds into 3 or 4 lengthwise slices.
  5. Roll each slice between your hands to create a smoother “snake” of dough.
  6. Press the lengths of dough across the cookie rounds creating a few strips of cookie bandages.
  7. Bake according to package directions until the cookies are golden brown.
  8. Remove the cookies from the oven and place two mini chocolate chips on the mummy face for eyes.
  9. Allow to cool and enjoy!

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To simply this process, simply slice each cookie into two circular rounds and bake according to package direction. Press mini chocolate chips into the warm cookies for eyes and enjoy your coconut macaroon mummies!

Idea & recipe found at

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