Make Spooky Cookies With Hocus Pocus Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

It’s official, Hocus Pocus is the main theme for Halloween 2020. We had Jack Skellington and the whole gang of The Nightmare Before Christmas last year. Now, it’s the Sanderson Sisters’ turn to get the spotlight. Well, considering how this cult classic has been flashing across TV screens every October, it’s about time to embrace that it’s finally the season of the witch.

We’ve seen a lot of magical merch lately including the Sanderson Sisters face masks and an iridescent cauldron-shaped mug. And we’re expecting to see more of these as October draws nearer. Nestle Toll House comes ahead by launching its Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookie Dough with a witchy theme. So, is this supposed to look like it came straight out of a witch’s brew? Well, not exactly. While the packaging screams Halloween, the cookies look pretty regular and tasty if you ask us. They’re exactly what you’d expect from regular peanut butter chocolate chips cookies.

 

Nestle Toll House Hocus Pocus Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

These ready-to-bake treats feature oatmeal peanut butter cookie dough with chocolate morsels and candy-coated gems. Although ready-to-eat cookie dough is so popular nowadays, keep in mind that this doesn’t belong to that category. So, you need to bake this cookie dough in the oven. They come in a 14-oz pack which contains 20 pre-cut cookie dough pieces that you can easily place on a cookie sheet to bake. How about ditching your usual sugary candies for these yummy cookies this Halloween?

 

 

The black packaging features an illustration of the Sanderson sisters along with Thackery Binx the cat. This coming Halloween, we suggest you and your friends form a calming circle and indulge in some yummy peanut butter cookies. The new cookie dough has been recently spotted at Meijer. It’s still unclear whether this limited-edition offering will be a store-exclusive or will roll out to other stores soon. But it’s always wise to check the snack aisle each time you visit the nearest grocery store.

 

 

 

Check out the cookie review on the video below