The Pan dei Morti are traditional Italian cookies prepared for the Day of Dead (Commemorazione dei Defunti) celebrated on November 2nd, the day following All Saint’s Day (Ognissanti). On these two holy days Italians honor the souls of deceased relatives and loved ones, and many believe that the spirits return to Earth to visit those ones they have left behind.
You needn’t have a steady hand or any advanced decorating skill to make these crunchy cookie fingers. In fact, a few intentional “wrinkles” and “warts” will only enhance their deliciously creepy effect. Make them for a Halloween party or to give out to trick or treaters.
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