Thursday 9 October 2014

By The Will of God

I know my kabocha cookies are quite hideous looking but hey they're supposed to be Halloween bakes. I don't celebrate Halloween but Halloween bakes are fun things to do. I have done muddy fingers and spider cupcakes( they're not in the blog) and children love them.

These are simple soft cookies suitable for toddlers to nibble too. I like that it has no butter and very little sugar.

Kabocha also known as Japanese pumpkin is naturally sweet. It has an abundance of beta carotene, vitamin A, B and C, iron, potassium, calcium and folic acid. Kabocha skin is edible too.

Kobocha cookies for Halloween
adapted from cookpad


40g pumpkin flesh
20g sugar
20g vegetable oil
50g cake flour


  • Microwave pumpkin and remove skin.
  • Preheat oven to 170C. Mash the pumpkin and add sugar and oil.
  • Add in flour and mix pumpkin mixture into a dough.
  • Shape pumpkin into ovals and lightly press them down.
  • Cut pumpkin skin into small triangles and stick them to the heads.
  • Make eyes and smile on the face.( I used chopstick and toothpick).
  • Bake in oven for 15 minutes.

This post is linked to LTU 'Pumpkin' hosted by Eileen from Eileen's Diary
Organized by Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen from My little favourite DIY.

Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God. 2 Corinthians 1:1

Paul was an apostle by the will of God. He serves by the will of God.
We serve by the will of God, and He is pleased when we do this.


  1. Cute pumpkin cookies ! I like to make some fun Halloween bakes too ^-^!

  2. They are so cute, Lian, and the fact that the kids love them is the most important! :)

  3. Hi Lian, these cookies are so cute and the kids must be enjoying so much.

    Thanks for your great sharing to LTU.


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