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How to Bake Witch Finger Breadsticks: Halloween Treats

This year, we have decided to serve Witch Finger Breadsticks as a tasty Halloween treat!

How to Bake Haskapa Witchy Finger Cookies - cookingwithkimberly.comLast year, we made Haskapa Witchy Finger Cookies, and they were not only amazingly delicious, but also looked gory & gnarly, like a witch’s fingers might.

These breadsticks won’t have the haskap jam, but will still look just as creepy & scary as those cookies did.

Whether you’re serving these as snacks, appetizers or to go along with a meal, these frightening breadsticks will make all the festive difference this Halloween.

Plus, to me, it’s important to serve Halloween treats that aren’t just in the sweets category. These breadsticks will give some variety in the candy-packed menu for this strange holiday!

Witch Finger Breadsticks:

bread doughYou can use your own recipe for breadstick dough from scratch, or use prepared, frozen breadstick dough.

Make a cream cheese dip to serve on the side of the fingers, and top it with a red pepper jelly for a great touch.

Type: Snack Recipe

Prep Time: about 15 min
Bake Time: about 15 min
Yield: as many as you like!



  1. Calphalon 4pc Nonstick Bakeware Large Cookie Sheet Cooling Rack Set - shop.cookingwithkimberly.comRoll & form breadsticks into uneven sticks, making gnarly looking finger joints & place on baking sheets.
    • If using egg white wash, instead of cream cheese to attach almond slices to look like fingernails, apply to one end of each finger & place almond slice on top.
  2. Bake breadsticks, according to directions of your recipe or on the package.
  3. If using cream cheese to attach almond slices to look like fingernails, apply some cream cheese on one end of baked breadsticks, while still warm, and place an almond slice on top.

Served on a large platter, these ghoulish breadsticks are fantastically freakish & tasty too.

Try any of our cream cheese dip recipes to serve with these Witch Finger Breadsticks!

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