Theres some great finger cookies in the galleries and i want to give them a go for halloween this year, come someone give me the directions. I think i know how i would do them but just want to hear how others made them too. thanks.
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You might check the Kraft website, too. They had a recipe in their freebie Food & Family quarterly "magazine". This was a few years back, but you still might be able to find it. Creepy!!
BTW, I think they were called Witches Fingers. Had red "nail polish" also.
In the galleries type in Witches fingers, there's all kinds. I found this under one pic. Hope it helps...
Elserj - The are just regular cookie dough rolled into thin ropes, then you pinch the centers in a little bit and take a paring knife to make the knuckle wrinkles. I pressed in the almonds and brushed red food coloring on them and baked.
If you want to go salty (to use as "dipping fingers' for dips, just make them out of pizza dough (remember they expand a little when baking) and press half of a black olive as nails onto the top part of your finger, otherwise same as above, now THOSE are creepy
Okay... REALLY glad to hear these are for Halloween! This is a bit different from what you are talking about, but I have made the Martha Lady Fingers (I called them Witches' Fingers) before and they were delish! Hers are a dough, but you can transfer some of the directions to make it in cookie form, if it helps: