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TALK about trick or treat!

A kooky Cal­i­for­nia teen mixed a mys­tery in­gre­di­ent into a batch of cook­ies she brought to school for class­mates at the Da Vinci Char­ter Academy in Davis.

It turned out the fam­ily recipe in­cluded the re­mains of one of her grand­par­ents — and at least nine pals gob­bled up grandpa with­out know­ing he was the se­cret sauce!

The cookie cul­prit, 16, re­vealed her spe­cial sea­son­ing af­ter un­sus­pect­ing stu­dent Andy Knox snacked on her tricky treat. “I didn’t be­lieve it at first un­til she showed me the urn!” Andy said. An­other stu­dent turned down a cookie af­ter not­ing its “gray­ish color.” “The cra­zi­est part to me is she seemed un­fazed and was brag­ging about what she did,” said An­gelina Boggess, “say­ing that his leg could be in one cookie, with a big grin on her face! That’s when I handed it back to her.” Stu­dents tat­tled to the school re­source of­fi­cer the day af­ter the ghoul­ish Oct. 4 prank, trig­ger­ing an in­ves­ti­ga­tion. “None of the stu­dents got phys­i­cally sick from eat­ing the cook­ies,” Lt. Paul Doroshov of the Davis Po­lice Depart­ment told The Na­tional EN­QUIRER.

“Al­though there might have been some emo­tional im­pact.”

The school prin­ci­pal sent an email to par­ents say­ing the cook­ies posed no pub­lic health haz­ard and the girl re­spon­si­ble was “re­morse­ful.” No charges were filed against the child, who would have faced pros­e­cu­tion if she were an adult.

The teen even showed the urnas proof The teen was sus­pended from Da Vinci Char­terAcademy

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