Pilgrim Hat Cookies

Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is coming. When you think of Thanksgiving you think of family, giving thanks and of course a few of us think of the Pilgrims. Today I want to share with your our delight Pilgrim Hat Cookies. I just know you'll want to gobble them right up.

Here is what you'll need:-


Fudge Stripe Cookies

Reese’s miniature peanut butter cups, unwrapped

Butter Cream frosting

Food Coloring


Mix food coloring into frosting to create an orange color.

Spoon frosting into piping bag. Use smallest round decorating tip, or cut a very small hole into the edge of the bag.

Place Fudge Stripe Cookies upside down, so chocolate side is facing up.

Pipe a small square on the front of the Reese’s cup. Flip it upside down and pipe a generous amount of frosting around the edges. Place the Reese’s cup (frosting side down) in the middle of the Fudge Stripe Cookie. Frosting should spillover, but touch up as needed.

And that's it. You eat and enjoy. Notice how easy they were to put together? Now all you have to do is to make them with your own kiddos and teach them what Thanksgiving is all about.

So what are you thankful for this year?


  1. I am thankful that my Mom will be celebrating her 92nd birthday on the 25th and that she is still in great shape both mentally and physically! I do love those Pilgrim Hat cookies--they would be great for a dessert for Thanksgiving dinner (besides the pumpkin pie of course!)

  2. These are adorable! My son's daycare provider made something similar (ingredients-wise) for Halloween. I'm going to show her these for Thanksgiving!

  3. Kiddo and I must make these. So cute. I love fudge stripes and reese's are my favorite candy!

  4. I love these cookies. I made these when my girls were little.

  5. Yum! I love the fudge stripe cookies. I made something like these with my mom years ago but it wasn't quite the same. These look a lot better!

  6. Those are adorable. My husband loves those fudge stripe cookies, so that would be a huge hit for him!!

  7. This is super cute! I love peanut butter cups so this is right up my ally!

  8. Ok, I love these and seriously can't thank you enough for linking them with us today. You know I need my chocolate fix, so will be trying these soon for us!! :)

  9. what a cute cookie treat for Thanksgiving! Thank you for sharing at the Cookie swap party, pinned! xo

  10. OK I am so going to make this. I actually have those cookies in my house and Reeses cups that I was giving out for Halloween. I'm going to surprise my niece and nephew this weekend with this.

  11. Oh my goodness, these are ridiculously cute!!

    Thanks for sharing and linking up to the #SHINEbloghop.

    Wishing you a lovely weekend.

  12. Thanks for sharing this adorable treats with us at the Ultimate Cookie and Goodies Party! Pinning. My grands would love these on Thanksgiving. They would be fun to eat and decorate the children's table with too!

  13. I'm having a great time co-hosting The Ultimate Virtual Cookie & Goodies Part & Giveaway. Thanks for linking up your tasty recipe! Stop back by the party and exchange more recipes. Pinned, Shared, and Tweeted... :)

    Life With Lorelai

  14. These are super cute!! My kids would absolutly love these!
    Thanks for linking up! #SHINEbloghop