These No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies Look Like Tombstones
Plus, they're no-bake and only use five ingredients. This is one of 7 cute and easy treats to make for Halloween.
Chocolate and peanut butter is the #1 best flavor combo.
Remember how there was always that one house on Halloween night that gave out Reese's and not, like, Sweet Tarts or, god forbid, apples? Good karma forever to those souls.
Here's a cute way to eat PB and chocolate in a homemade Halloween treat. BONUS: You probably have all the ingredients.
Here's a step-by-step photo guide to making the cookies. You can get the full recipe at the bottom of this post.
1. Here's what you'll need to make the tombstones.
2. Start by microwaving the chocolate until smooth. Then, stir in the peanut butter and cocoa powder.
3. Add the oats and then use your hands to mash the cookies together. Don't be shy about really getting in there, you want it to be evenly mixed.
4. Pinch off about two tablespoons of dough and mold into a tombstone shape.
It helps to make them into ovals, then press one of the ends against a flat surface.
5. Use the white icing to write sayings on the tombstones like RIP, BOO, XX, or anything else you like.
Let the cookies sit for about 20 minutes, or until the icing hardens.
How to make No-Bake Chocolate-Peanut Butter Tombstones
Makes about 10 cookies
Recipe by Lindsay Hunt
1 cup semisweet chocolate chips or chopped chocolate
½ cup smooth peanut butter
¼ cup cocoa powder
2 cups quick-cooking oats
White decorating icing
Put the chocolate in a medium microwave safe bowl. Melt the chocolate in the microwave on 30 second bursts, stirring in between. Stir in the peanut butter and cocoa powder, then stir in the oats. Use your hands to mush everything to make sure it's well incorporated.
To form the tombstones, take about 2 tablespoons of the dough and mold into a tombstone shape. It helps to make them into ovals, then press one of the ends against a flat surface.
Use the white icing to write sayings on the tombstones like RIP, BOO, XX, or anything else you like. Then, let sit until the icing hardens, about 20 minutes.
Cue eerie music and an evil laugh!
This post has been updated to include the full recipe. A previous version omitted this text.