Shortbread Finger Cookies

Shortbread Finger Cookies

When we eat chicken fingers we don’t get grossed out, because we know chickens don’t have fingers. Also, chicken fingers don’t look like features seen on any living creature. Even dipping them in blood-red ketchup is no biggie. On the other hand (no pun intended), you’ve got to use mind-over-matter tricks to justify munching on these Shortbread Finger Cookies.

Someone with a pretty sick or creative mind figured out that shortbread dough is the same color as light skin and invented these creepy confections. They even went further to ensure anatomical correctness by adding some slits to resemble knuckles and using almonds to look like sharp, pointy fingernails.

A gleefully ghoulish twist on “finger foods,” these buttery shortbread cookies are perfect for Halloween parties or trick-or-treat bags. Made from the finest all-natural ingredients, each is decorated by hand, complete with knuckle creases and an almond fingernail.

  • Hand-rolled shortbread cookies in vanilla with a hint of almond.
  • Each 3” long finger is hand-decorated with sugar glaze and a whole almond.
  • 10 individually wrapped cookies; 8 oz. total.
  • Made in USA.
  • A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.

If you’re planning a party and want to achieve a high level of disgust, then definitely add these finger cookies to the spread. Planning now will even give you enough time to practice making your own shortbread fingers and save you some cash. You can try to craft pinkies and thumbs while you’re at it.

Otherwise, you can exclude yourself from any sort of intense manual labor by ordering these high-quality Shortbread Finger Cookies from Williams-Sonoma for $19.95.

Also from Williams-Sonoma is the No-Bake Halloween Haunted House. Currently, if you order $49 of merchandise you get free shipping in the US. In Canada, they offer $10 flat-rate shipping.

For more Halloween ideas, maybe you’d like to make brain cakes with these Nomskulls Cupcake Molds and throw in some Earthworm Gummies for special effects.

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Patra Beaulieu

About Patra Beaulieu

Patra has a background in molecular biology and was a former writer / translator for one of Canada's major web-based entertainment news providers. She currently resides in Ottawa, Ontario and is into alpine skiing, biking, music, movies, dining, baking, traveling, spending time with family, friends and her mini goldendoodle.

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