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Halloween Treat Ideas

I love working on treats with the kids, but I don’t have time for elaborate recipes. This weekend, my boys and I made some super easy-to-make treats perfect for Halloween. We had so much fun talking and decorating, that I can’t imagine a better spent couple of hours. I took to Pinterest for inspiration, but didn’t follow any specific recipes in making these. Nothing fancy, but I hope these will inspire some ideas for you and your family.

Monster Marshmellow Bars

 

Ingredients

  • Halloween paper straws
  • Pre-packaged Rice Krispies Treats
  • Wilton candy eyeballs
  • White chocolate baking chips
  • Black gel tube
  • Light green sugar sprinkles (for monster)
  • White decorating icing (for mummy)

We first made a hole in the bottom and through the middle of the treat and covered that part of the straw in white chocolate, so it would hold.

Then, we dipped these marshmellow treats in white chocolate and decorated some as a green monster and the other as white mummies. Make sure to let the mummy dry after you dip it in white chocolate and before you add the white icing back and forth across, otherwise the icing will melt down.

The hardest part of this project was finding a good way to let the treats dry. You can poke holes in a cardboard box or use styrofoam or any idea you might have to get these upright to dry.


Halloween Cookies

Ingredients

  • Ready-to-bake sugar cookies
  • White cookie icing
  • Food coloring
  • Black gel tube
  • Candy eyeballs
  • Sprinkles (as needed)
  • Drying rack

I think the boys had the most fun with these, they really just had fun decorating the cookies any way they imagined. We then let them dry on the rack for some time.


Spooky Marshmellow Pops

Ingredients

  • Large marshmellows
  • Halloween paper straws
  • Milk chocolate baking chips
  • White chocolate baking chips
  • Candy eyeballs
  • Sprinkles
  • Food coloring

These were a lot of fun to make.  We just dipped the marshmellows in chocolate and the kids found fun ways to decorate them with sprinkles or eyes or any way they wanted. The paper straws were pushed into the bottom once we let them dry on a drying rack.


Pumpkin Pretzels

Ingredients

  • Mini pretzels
  • White chocolate baking chips
  • Food coloring
  • Green gel or sprinkle

These were a snap to make. We dipped the pretzels into white chocolate that we made orange with food coloring. We added a touch of green for a leaf and then used a small piece of pretzel for the stalk.

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