Let’s bake bad bat biscuits! These biscuits have a tender, crumbly texture and a rich chocolaty flavour. We’ll decorate them with white chocolate accents and show how you can turn them into lovely cookie pops. They make a handy gift for friends or family, and you can download the printable gift tags we used for this project at the end of this post.
- 2 large mixing blows
- kitchen scale and/or measuring cups and spoons
- rubber spatula
- cling film (plastic/saran wrap)
- rolling pin
- bat cookie cutter
- small round cookie cutter (2.5 cm/ 1 in)
- lollipop sticks
- silicone or non-stick baking mat
- baking tray ( sheet)
- black and white paper straws
More from the Bad Bats Halloween series
If you like Halloween, you’ll love our Bad Bats Halloween series! Click on the links below to discover more fun-filled tutorials and tasty treats!
- Spooky Oreo Milkshake
- Halloween Flower Pots and Drip Candles
- Swarm of Bats Wall Decoration
- Oreo Nutella Bat Bites
Packaging and gift giving
To dress the cookie pops up, insert the lollipop sticks into pretty paper straws. Use additional chocolate as glue if the lollipops don’t fit perfectly. Package the biscuits and cookie pops in small treat bags and decorate them with a ribbon and our gift tags. To display the cookie pops, pour sugar into a tall vase or jar and arrange the cookie pops to your liking.
Tip: For a pretty effect, we covered the jar in decorative paper.
Shelf life & storage of the bad bat biscuits
You can keep the biscuits in an airtight container at room temperature for two weeks or for 3 months in the freezer.
Printable Recipe & Gift Tags
Click on the button to download your free mini eBook. Included are the recipe for the bad bat biscuits and free printable gift tags.