Mickey Mouse Halloween cookie kits are adorable

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When most people think of Halloween, the first thing that probably comes to mind is candy. While goodies like Skittles and Snickers bars may be the most popular Halloween treats, there’s always room for thinking outside the candy bucket when planning sweets for the spooky holiday.

Even if you don’t like the idea of pulling out a bunch of ingredients to bake up fancy treats, you can find a new Mickey Mouse Halloween Cookie Kit at Walmart that will make family baking time simple and fun!

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Disney’s Mickey Mouse Halloween Cookie Kit is currently on sale at Walmart for $6.98 (originally $11.67), and it comes with everything you’ll need to make the cutest little cookies shaped like everyone’s favorite mouse.

Just in time for Halloween, this cookie kit allows you to dress up Mickey and Minnie in a variety of scary ways. You have the choice of a Mickey Mouse vampire cookie, a Mickey Mouse pumpkin cookie, a Mickey Mouse mummy cookie or Minnie as the Bride of Frankenstein.

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These cookies look too cute to be scary!

Not only does the Crafty Cooking Kit come with a Mickey Mouse-head-shaped cookie cutter, but you also get a bag of cookie dough mix and everything you need to decorate the cookies. Think of it as your one-stop-shop for Halloween cookie decorating!

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Or, if you’d prefer to do some cookie-decorating without any of the baking, check out the Oreo Spooky Graveyard kit at Michaels, which is like a Halloween-time version of a gingerbread house.

The kit provides everything you need for a spooky-sweet graveyard, including icing, candies and cookie pieces.

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While Halloween is going to look a bit different this year due to COVID-19, some communities are working on creative ideas to provide social-distanced trick-or-treat opportunities for kids. Other neighborhoods are canceling trick-or-treating altogether.

So, baking or decorating goodies at home could be a great way to keep the spirit alive and safely enjoy some family time on Halloween, too.

Check your local Walmart and Michaels before these cute kits disappear like a Halloween ghost.

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Marie Rossiter
Marie is a freelance writer and content creator with more than 20 years of experience in journalism. She lives in southwest Ohio with her husband and is almost a full-fledged empty nest mom of two daughters. She loves music, reading, word games, and Walt Disney World.

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