These Halloween Graham Cracker Sandwiches are just three ingredients and take about ten minutes to put together. Make homemade frosting or use store-bought and decorate with any cute Halloween colored sprinkles for a spooky treat!
Halloween Graham Crackers with Frosting are so easy to make. In just a few minutes with three ingredients, you have a delicious no-bake treat that any kid or adult will love.
They're inspired by those classic graham crackers with frosting that was always a childhood dessert for me growing up.
If you love classic fall no bake treats, another hit are no bake pumpkin oatmeal cookies.
I made these graham cracker sandwiches an easy no-bake Halloween treat just by dipping the sides of the cookies in colorful sprinkles.
These are the perfect dessert to make whenever you have leftover icing. Use store-bought or make your frosting from scratch, the recipe is so delicious either way. Seriously they are irresistible.
Desserts at Halloween are one of my favorite things to make, especially cookies since they are the perfect on-the-go dessert for trick-or-treat. My spooky spirals cookies, chocolate skeleton cookies, and monster cookies are always a hit.
- Graham crackers: I like the honey flavor here, but you could use chocolate or even cinnamon to give this graham cracker dessert a twist!
- Frosting: Make homemade or use store-bought, the decision is up to you! Customize the flavor of your frosting. I like peanut butter, milk chocolate and even cream cheese frosting in these sandwiches.
- Sprinkles: Find sprinkles that are Halloween colors, like orange, purple, black or green.
How to make Halloween graham crackers
Graham cracker cookies are also genius for a sack lunch treat. They are easy to assemble in the morning before school for a little surprise. Here's how to make them:
Use a butter knife or small offset spatula to spread about ¼ cup frosting on four whole (double squares) graham crackers (or one sheet). Top with remaining sheet of graham crackers and dip edges in the sprinkles.
Store in an airtight container for a few hours to allow the graham crackers to become soft like a cakey cookie.
Tara's Tip: You want the frosting to be stiff enough that it won't leak out the sides when you make your sandwich. Make sure you use enough confectioners' sugar and keep it at room temperature only if it's not too hot in the room. Otherwise keep the frosting chilled.
For these graham cracker Halloween treats the frosting is key. I know, some of you like the store-bought kind in a can, but not me! I have loads of super popular homemade frostings on the blog. Some of my very favorites are my vanilla Frosting, chocolate cream cheese frosting, and peanut butter frosting.
If you end up using a white vanilla icing, you could even add a few drops of green or orange food coloring to make an extra festive Halloween treat.
Frequently Asked Questions
For this recipe, that would be frosting, any flavor is great. I recommend milk chocolate, peanut butter, vanilla, or cream cheese.
The graham crackers will not get soggy but they will get soft. After several hours the moisture from the frosting allows the cracker to soften into a cookie-like texture. It will stay this soft for several days.
For an American buttercream, or traditional confectioners' sugar frosting, simply add additional powdered sugar and whipping the frosting again in the stand mixer until light and fluffy.
More of the best cookies in the world
- Honey Cut Out Cookies
- Blossom Cookies with Cashew Butter and Chai Spice
- Black Sesame Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Crunchy Pecan Cookies
- Pistachio Lace Cookies
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Halloween Graham Crackers: Frosting Sandwiches
- Spread about ¼ cup frosting on 4 whole (double squares) graham crackers. Top with remaining 4 crackers and dip edges in the sprinkles.
- Eat them right away, or store them in an airtight container for a few hours to soften, and store up to 3 days.
- Try using your favorite flavor of frosting here, I love vanilla, milk chocolate, peanut butter, or cream cheese.
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Photos Tara Teaspoon.