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Easy Halloween Treats

Easy Halloween Treats

It’s almost Halloween!  My kids love Halloween, they get to have candy and junk that they usually don’t get to have of course!  I came up with 4 Easy Halloween Treats that are simple and quick.  You can make them to enjoy at home or for a Halloween party.

 

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Halloween Popcorn Bark
easy halloween treats


Ingredients:
-8 cups popcorn
white chocolate melts
black and orange sprinkles
Reeces pieces

Melt the white chocolate in 30 second intervals, stirring in between, until completely melted.  In a large mixing bowl pour the almond bark over the popcorn. Mix.  Transfer to a cookie sheet and top with sprinkles and Reeces Pieces.  Chill.  Once chilled break apart and put into treat bags or a big bowl for serving.

 

 

Yummy Mummy Cookies
easy halloween treats

Ingredients:
-chocolate and vanilla sandwich cookies
-white chocolate melts
candy eyes

Melt the white chocolate in 30 second intervals, stirring in between, until completely melted.  Dip top of cookies into white chocolate and set aside.  Pour white chocolate into a sandwich bag and cut the corner off.  Use this to put mummy wrap on the cookie.  Attach the candy eyes with chocolate.  Chill.

 

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Spooky Ghost Cookies
easy halloween treats

Ingredients:
-any kind of pre-made cookie dough, I used chocolate chip
-marshmallows
-black writing icing

Bake cookies 1 min less than the package says.  When you take them out put a marshmallow on top and bake for the last minute.  Once you take them out of the oven push down on the marshmallow, and make a face with the black writing icing.

 

Bag of Bones
easy halloween treats

Ingredients:
-pretzel sticks
-white chocolate melts
-marshmallows
-black food coloring marker

Melt the white chocolate in 30 second intervals, stirring in between, until completely melted.  Dip pretzel stick in white chocolate, chill.  Draw a skeleton face on the marshmallow with the black food coloring marker.  Once pretzels are hard, put pretzels and marshmallows in a treat bag and attach the “Bag of Bones” printable.  I put 1 head marshmallow, 1 blank marshmallow for the body and some pretzel stick in each bag.  The kids can build a skeleton or just eat him! Get your printable here!

I hope you enjoy these quick and easy Halloween treats! 

 

 

 

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