Easy Frankenstein Sugar Cookie Cutouts #goodcookcom #goodcookkitchenexprt #sweetcreations


I love decorating cookies whenever I get the chance, the problem is I usually am so pressed for time I just never get around to doing it. One simple way to make it easier for myself is to purchase pre-packaged sugar cookie dough in the refrigerator section of the grocery store, then I can simply roll out the dough and cut out my shapes.

By doing this I shave off quite a bit of the time that would be required to make and chill the sugar cookie dough, and I can pretty much get right to baking and decorating. If you have the time, then by all means make your own cookie dough, but if not…take my short-cut and buy the dough. The cookies will still taste great and you’ll save yourself a little time.

Here are the amazing cookies I ended up making with my last batch of cookie dough!

Good Cook Cookies

I made these cookies for a small party we had at our house recently, and the sad thing… I didn’t even get one! They cookies were all gobbled up by the end of the party so there were none left for me (yes, there were more than the three pictured here). Good thing I had one before the party. 🙂

Making Easy Frankenstein Sugar Cookie Cutouts

After buying or making your sugar cookie dough, you want to roll it out.

Once you have your dough rolled out you simply need to cut out the shapes. I was provided a really cool Frankenstein cookie cutter from Good Cook. It is in their Sweet Creations by Good Cook line. Using the cookie cutter is really simple, my only suggestion is to use a toothpick or other small tool to push the dough out of the smaller areas by the neck bolts. The dough can get stuck in there sometimes and that may ruin your cookie shape.

frankenstein cookie cutter

After you have cut out all your cookies and baked them, it is time to decorate! I use a simple icing recipe that was passed down from my grandmother. She simply uses about 1 Tbs of butter, 1 tsp of vanilla, around a cup or so of powdered sugar, and a splash of milk. You just mix it all together, adding more milk or sugar as need until you reach the right consistency. You can see this is quite the exact science. 🙂

Once you are satisfied with the icing, simply start adding it to the cookies. It may still be slightly runny (it firms up), so sometimes it helps to use some decorator icing around the edges. This is optional, but it depends how fancy you want your cookies to look.

frankenstein icing

Once you have iced your cookies, let them set before adding any further decorations. After the icing has firmed up, start adding decorative features like candy eyeballs, and piping on hair and other facial features. Here are a few of my finished cookies:

Frankenstein cookies

Make your own Sweet Creations

If you are looking for some great seasonal products like the cookie cutters I used, the Haunted Cupcake Display featured in this post, or even some Halloween Cake Pops then be sure to check out all the Sweet Creations available at goodcook.com. The best part, as a reader of The Mommy Bunch you can enjoy a 25% off coupon to goodcook.com for any Sweet Creations Halloween product. Use CODE: HAUNTED23


So tell us…

Do you enjoy decorating sugar cookies? Are you more prone to making your own cookie dough or does using a short-cut appeal to you?



The Mommy Bunch was provided a Halloween kit to facilitate this post, all opinions are our own.

Jesica H

When she isn’t drowning in a pile of never-ending laundry or picking up Legos, Jesica is busy helping other parents make their lives a little less stressful with homemaking hacks, easy recipes, fun DIY projects, and more. On her successful blog, The Mommy Bunch, her Cricut crafting tutorials are the most popular articles and are what sparked her passion for helping others build a business of their own. Jesica started rockyourcraft.com where you can find loads more craft tutorials and business advice. In her FREE Facebook group, Rock Your Craft Business, Jesica teaches other entrepreneurs how to take their craft business to the next level by building their brand, targeting the right customers, and utilizing smart social media strategies. Join us!

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9 thoughts on “Easy Frankenstein Sugar Cookie Cutouts #goodcookcom #goodcookkitchenexprt #sweetcreations

  • October 20, 2013 at 7:56 am
    Awesome. Those look great! I have to come up with a treat to bring for my daughter's Halloween party and this would be perfect. And shortcuts are always a good thing, lol! Reply
  • October 20, 2013 at 9:46 am
    Sugar cookies are a blast to decorate and I let the kids help me. Reply
    • October 20, 2013 at 10:08 am
      Yeah the kids had a few of their own to decorate, but I needed some for pictures, lol. I should have taken pictures of theirs too...they were pretty good! Reply
  • October 20, 2013 at 11:10 am
    i love sugar cookies yum Reply
  • October 20, 2013 at 12:11 pm
    These are so cute! I love seasonal cookie decorating...something like this would be perfect for a Halloween party or giving out to the neighbors kids trick or treating. Reply
  • October 20, 2013 at 4:25 pm
    Oh my gosh, those are so cute!!!! We love making Halloween cookies! Carter would love these!! Reply
  • October 21, 2013 at 7:49 am
    These are stinkin cute!! I love decorating sugar cookies and we always make tons at Christmas! Reply
  • October 21, 2013 at 11:00 am
    These are the cutest cookies and my grandson would be so excited to eat them! I'm all about a short-cut, but that's just me! Reply
  • October 30, 2013 at 1:15 pm
    I always make my own homemade sugar cookies because I have perfected the recipe and can make them come out soft and delicious. I like your Halloween cookies they look delicious and really turned out. I made some pumpkin Sugar cookies and they are so good. Reply

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