Cookies and cream whipped together in this Graveyard Cookies and Cream Dip will be a drop-dead delicious treat for all of the ghost and ghouls at your house this Halloween!
This recipe was created for Dixie Crystals by BigBear’sWife, post and words written are 100% mine as always.
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I’ve been going crazy with Halloween recipes and crafts this year! Every time I think that I’m done and that I’ve posted enough Halloween stuff for the year I get hit with another idea that I have to share!
I’ve been coming up with ideas for what to serve at our Halloween dinner this year and while I think I have the main parts locked down, I’m still working on my ideas for sweet treats for the evening!
I think I’m going to make my famous Frankenstein Rice Krispie treats and maybe some Nutter Butter Mummies…and this Graveyard Cookies and Cream Dip is probably going to make it to the dessert table too! Easy is my main goal for these sweet desserts and this Graveyard Cookies and Cream Dip is super easy to make.
It’s also a winner in our house because it’s cookies and cream, one of Thomas’ favorite flavor combos!
I made this fun Halloween treat for Dixie Crystals, so just scroll down to the bottom of this post to grab the link to the recipe! Before you go through, I wanted to show you a couple of photos and give you some ideas!
Here is your Graveyard Cookies and Cream Dip before you add the graveyard. Now I suggest giving it a taste at this point just to make sure you don’t want to add any more sugar or cookies. I think it’s perfect just the way it is but this is your chance to give it a little sprucing up if you think it needs it.
However, you probably don’t need to add any more cookies because after you put the dip into you serving bowl it’s going to get a nice coating of cookie graveyard dirt. haha
Then it’s time to decorate. I found these mini tombstone sprinkles at Walmart but I’m sure you can find them online too. They were in a big tub of other Halloween sprinkles, including these candy bones.
I just picked the tombstones and bones out of the sprinkle mix for this dessert!
I think they look pretty awesome like that and you could just leave the Graveyard Cookies and Cream Dip like that if you didn’t want to do any more work.
I decided to go a little further and make some tombstone dippers for the dip! Don’t worry though! They’re pretty easy to make. Just a bit of melting candy and graham crackers. I also have the directions for those over on the Dixie Crystal website (link is below, y’all!)
I decided to add a few fun little dates to my tombstone dippers but you could just put RIP or add some cracks to yours. I thought the years looked pretty neat though.
Psssttt….. can any Halloween lovers out there tell me why I picked 1693 as one of the dates I put on one of the dippers?
haha if you can tell me, you’re my kinda person. If not well…I don’t know what to do with you. 😉
Graveyard Cookies and Cream Dip
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