Halloween is just a couple days away, and this year, I’m not as prepared as I usually am. There’s still some shopping to do, loot bags to find from storage, and goodies bags to make. Oh, and then there’s our traditional Halloween party which … I haven’t prepared for at all.
So, somewhere in the chaos that is my to-do list, I also need to make a couple of healthy snacks and a dessert. I know, I know – why make a dessert for a party on Halloween when there’s literally countless candy to be had only an hour later? Thing is, Halloween-themed treats are so cute, and I insist on making at least one per year. Yet again, there’s the time-crunch problem, because at this stage in the game, we don’t have time for intricate and complicated.
Don’t stress, Almond Breeze is at the rescue with their 4-ingredient Chocolate Bat Biscuits recipe!
image source: Almond Breeze
These Halloween-themed treats take just 10 minutes of prep and then only 10 minutes of baking, so right out of the gate it’s a recipe that I can fit into the busy schedule. They are also lactose-free, which is nice since it’s absolutely no fun for those with dietary restrictions to not have something to enjoy at a function!
Plus, look how adorable these little bats are, right?
Halloween might only be a couple days away, but there’s still a time to accomplish baking a delicious snack sure to impress the tastebuds.
Have a fun, safe, and satisfying Halloween everyone! Mmm, chocolate!
- 2 cups heart-healthy baking mix 500 mL, such as Heart Smart Bisquick
- 1/2 cup sugar 125 mL
- 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 50 mL
- 2/3 cup Almond Breeze Chocolate 150 mL
Preheat oven to 400°F and lightly grease or line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Stir together baking mix, sugar and cocoa in a medium bowl. Stir in Almond Breeze with a fork, then mix with your hands to make a soft dough.
Knead several times on a lightly floured board then roll out 3/4-inch thick.
Cut with bat shaped cookie cutters and place on baking sheet.
Reroll scraps to use all of dough.
Bake for 10 minutes or until dough is cooked through.
Disclosure: This is a compensated post on behalf of Almond Breeze, all opinions are my own.