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Werewolf Fingers Halloween Cookies GAPS Friendly

Werewolf Fingers

I found this simple recipe at my friend Crystal’s blog and with one easy substitution (raw honey instead of sugar) instead of Witch’s Fingers, we have GAPS Friendly Werewolf Fingers.

Werewolf Fingers

  • 1 cup smooth peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup raw honey
  • 1 large whole egg
  • Sliced almonds (for the fingernails)

Preheat oven to 350°F.

Scramble the egg until thoroughly blended.  I like to use my Magic Bullet Blender.

Mix the egg with the honey.

Mix in the peanut butter with a spoon.  As you mix the ingredients together they will coagulate and thicken. The resulting dough will be pliable and easy to work with.

Remove rings and watches, and children wash your hands using the proper technique!  (At 32 seconds into the video as Matthew demonstrates the cherry pitter).

Divide the dough into 10 or 12 sections.

Roll each section into a log about 3 inches long.

Place on a greased cookie sheet and complete the finger there.

Flatten and round the ends.  Place a sliced almond at the tip for the fingernail.

Take a spoon and indent the knuckles.

Bake for 12-15 minutes until firm to the touch and the bottom is browned.

Carefully remove the fingers with a spatula to a cooling rack.

This recipe was included at Fat Tuesday.

Werewolf Fingers

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Werewolf Fingers Halloween Cookies GAPS Friendly
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Serves: 10
 

These fingers look really creepy.
Ingredients
  • 1 cup smooth peanut butter
  • ¼ cup raw honey
  • 1 large whole egg
  • Sliced almonds (for the fingernails)

Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. Scramble the egg until thoroughly blended.
  3. Mix the egg with the honey.
  4. Mix in the peanut butter with a spoon. As you mix the ingredients together they will coagulate and thicken. The resulting dough will be pliable and easy to work with.
  5. Remove rings and watches, and children wash your hands.
  6. Divide the dough into 10 or 12 sections.
  7. Roll each section into a log about 3 inches long.
  8. Place on a greased cookie sheet and complete the finger there.
  9. Flatten and round the ends. Place a sliced almond at the tip for the fingernail.
  10. Take a spoon and indent the knuckles.
  11. Bake for 12-15 minutes until firm to the touch and the bottom is browned.
  12. Carefully remove the fingers with a spatula to a cooling rack.

 

 

 

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2 comments to Werewolf Fingers Halloween Cookies GAPS Friendly

  • Julie

    Made these for my daughter’s class. They were ridiculously fast and easy to make and so cute. I used Maranatha brand sun utter in place of peanut butter (no sugar) and they came out great! Even my gluten loving, sugar cereal eating hubby liked them.

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    Starlene Reply:

    Julie, awesome, thanks for letting me know! I am sharing them at work today and everyone has liked them so far. I froze them for a couple of days and the “nails” fell off but I just “reapplied” them this morning with a drop of honey! :-)

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