This Hocus Pocus Cookie Dough Will Put a Spell on You

Find it now, before the Sanderson sisters come and bewitch it away!

Do the names Mary, Sarah and Winnie mean anything to you? If so, you probably know them as the trio of rowdy witches from the beloved Halloween movie Hocus Pocus. Since its release in 1993, it’s become a classic.

If you love this spooky, scary holiday, then it’s time to put on your costume and head to the kitchen, ’cause we’re making some treats!

I Smell Hocus Pocus Cookie Dough!

This should be no surprise—we absolutely, positively adore seasonal cookie dough. For example, the Nestle Toll House Fall’n Leaves cookie dough that made an appearance last fall (and we hope comes back this year).

As August becomes September and September becomes October, we start to nestle into our homes as the weather changes. No better time to bake loads of cookies, if you ask me. These Hocus Pocus-inspired cookies are an oatmeal-peanut butter recipe that sounds oh-so-tasty! Even better, the cookie dough contains chocolate morsels and candy-coated gems. These “gems” are orange, purple and yellow, as a very adorable nod to our favorite witchy sisters.

Each 14-oz package contains enough dough for 20 cookies, which means you’ll be set for a scary movie viewing party for your favorite flick. Don’t forget the Halloween decorations so you can thoroughly set the creepy mood!

Come, We Bake!

Packages of this must-have cookie dough have been spotted at Meijer and other major retail stores, so be sure to check your local market ASAP. It’s never too early for Halloween, and the sooner you stock up, the better! I mean, do you really think you’ll only be happy with only 20 cookies? As Sarah Sanderson would say, it’s time to run “Amok! Amok! Amok!”

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Melany Love
Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.