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Witch Broom Cookies – Fill the Cookie Jar

I am so excited to share this month’s Fill the Cookie Jar recipe. Our theme this month is Halloween/ Pumpkin cookies.

How cute are these Witches Brooms?!

Halloween Witch Broom Cookies

And the combination of peanut butter, pretzels and chocolate = YUM! At least in my book.

I went with my Three Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookie recipe because it is so peanut buttery. Just peanut butter, sugar and eggs – no other ingredients to dilute the peanut butter flavor. And as a bonus all you need are gluten free pretzels to make them safe for gluten restricted diets.

If you have peanut or egg allergies don’t fret. Use the Egg Free Sugar Cookie recipe instead.

The only things you need to be careful about is not overbaking the cookies and letting them cool for a little bit before removing from the pan to the cooling racks. The first one crumbled when I moved it too soon. It still tasted good. 🙂

Peanut Butter Witches Brooms

Serves 24
Prep time 10 minutes
Cook time 10 minutes
Total time 20 minutes
Dietary Gluten Free
Meal type Dessert, Kid Friendly
Occasion Autumn, Halloween
Cute Halloween cookies made with flourless peanut butter cookies, pretzels and chocolate to look like a Witches Broom.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 24 pretzel rods (gluten free if desired)
  • 1/4 cup chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter chips (butterscotch or white chocolate or orange candy melts can be used)
  • orange food coloring

Directions

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Mix peanut butter, sugar and egg together until smooth. Divide into 24 balls.
peanut butter cookie ingredients
Stick a pretzel rod into each ball. Place pretzel flat on cookie sheet and shape the cookie dough into a triangle. The pretzel should be at least half way to the bottom of the broom.
shape cookie into a triangle
Use a fork to make broom bristles.
unbaked witches brooms
Bake at 375 degrees until done, about 5-7 minutes. Let cool on cookie sheet for 2-3 minutes before moving to cooling racks to prevent cookie falling apart.
Melt chocolate chips in microwave (approximately 30-45 seconds). Smear a bit of chocolate where the cookie and pretzel meet.
Melt peanut butter chips in microwave (approximately 30-45 seconds) add a few drops of orange food coloring. Drizzle on the pretzel for decoration.
Halloween Witch Broom Cookies

Be sure to check out the other cookies created by the Fill the Cookie Jar bloggers.

If you are a blogger that would like to join our cooking baking adventures next month just send me a private message.

Until next time, happy eating.
~Audrey

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  1. Sandra

    How creative is this! I’m so excited to be baking with the group, lots of great recipes being shared.

  2. Dawn ~ Spatulas On Parade

    Audrey I LOVE that you made these cookies into brooms. Adorable

  3. Kris ~ Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies

    I love these cookies! I made them last year and they were such a hit 🙂

  4. Cindys Recipes and Writings

    Very cute! These peanut butter brooms are perfect for a Halloween party!

  5. Joanne/WineLady Cooks

    How cute, and so festive. I love the easy recipe too. My grandson would love these.

  6. Mommy's Kitchen

    Witches Broom Fantastic !!! Definitely trying them for the kids Halloween party !!
    They look so yummy, that’s what I love about cooking creativity in the making !

  7. Olga

    It is so adorable! I love it. I think I could try to prepare this recipe, but I am not sure it will be as good as yours #ibabloggers

  8. Anna

    OMG these cookies are WITCHin’!
    SO cute! Pinning!

    🙂 Anna

  9. Marlys (This and That)

    I love these.. so cute and perfect for this month’s theme.

  10. Heather @ Join Us, Pull up a Chair

    I was thinking about making these this month. They’re look great! I might need to make them for my daughter’s friends for a halloween party.

  11. Natasha in Oz

    G’day from Oz! Thanks for sharing your recipe at the Say G’day Saturday Linky Party. I’ve just shared this on Pinterest/Facebook/Twitter.

    Hope you can link up with us again this Saturday!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz

  12. Lou Lou Girls

    They are stinkin cute! Pinned. Lou Lou Girls

  13. christine

    Hello, I wanted to come by and thank you for linking this w/ us at The Wednesday Roundup last week. I have chosen it as my personal feature pick! They are so cute, I couldn’t resist them! Congrats. I hope you’ll come back to the party this week! http://foodyschmoodyblog.com/wednesday-roundup-week-47/
    Oh and I’m so glad you give reference to an egg/peanut free sugar cookie, my daughter has both egg and peanut allergies and I’m always looking for new recipes so double win for me!!!

  14. Erlene

    This is so cute! Love the look of this cookie for Halloween. Thanks for sharing it on the Spooktacular Halloween Link Party. Pinned.

  15. Kim~madeinaday

    How cute are these! Stopping by to let you know I am featuring your cookies at this week Halloween Spooktacular Linky Party! Thank so much for linking up! Have a great week!
    Kim
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