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    • Dominique Trevizo

      Halloween cookies! - Store bought sugar cookie dough, sliced almonds and cinnamon or cocoa powder...these are just creepy. Good for a Halloween party

    • Rebekah Wright

      Finger Food! lol - Store bought sugar cookie dough, sliced almonds and cinnamon or cocoa powder...these are just creepy. Good for a Halloween party

    • Dran Ji

      WOW - Store bought sugarcookie dough, sliced almonds and cinnamon or cocoa powder...these are just creepy ! Maybe when she's way way older

    • Wendy Houlihan

      Halloween treats: Store bought sugar cookie dough, sliced almonds and cinnamon or cocoa powder. severed finger cookies- nasty!

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