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5 Spooky and Sweet Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

Halloween treats are what every kid and kid at heart looks forward to every year. If you want to share some treats, you need to have a few tricks up your sleeve. Are you looking to whip up a quick treat for your little tricksters? Consider making them these thrilling Halloween sweets. Make Halloween fun for the entire family with these easy-to-make treats that are to die for!

Ghost Cookies

Ghosts and ghouls don’t always have to be scary – they can be yummy too! For this recipe, you will need a batch of Milano cookies, white chocolate melts, and mini chocolate chips. Melt your white chocolate to your desired consistency, or follow the instructions on the packaging. Allow the melted chocolate to cool down before dipping your cookies so you don’t accidentally melt the chocolate inside the Milano cookie. Completely cover the cookies in white chocolate before setting them on a sheet of parchment paper or another substitute. Before your cookies dry, place two mini chocolate chips to form the eyes and another chocolate chip below to form the mouth. Place them in the fridge to cool. Serve your guests the bites that’ll make them go ‘boo!’

Marshmallow Monsters

They might look haughty and mean on the outside, but these guys are enormous softies inside! To summon these chewy monsters, you need a pack of marshmallows, chocolate or candy melts, and cake pop sticks. You can purchase a bag of assorted-colored marshmallows, but you can also DIY normal white ones using food color spray. Melt the chocolate or candy melts and place them in a decorating bag. Cut a small hole in the bag depending on the size of your marshmallows. Start by poking a cake pop stick through one marshmallow. Use the melted chocolate to cover the marshmallow’s top. After you’re done with the “hair,” add a face to your monster! Place another two or three marshmallows and repeat this process. Place the marshmallow monsters in the fridge to cool. Mix and match marshmallow colors and monster expressions to create small teams! Fit the cake pop sticks in a craft foam block for easy display.

This quick and easy idea gives your regular ‘ole Oreos a Halloween makeover! You can make this tasty treat with just a pack of Oreos, chocolate or candy melts, chocolate chips, edible eyes, and popsicle sticks. Set aside a portion of the cookies to make the bat wings. Gently twist these cookies and remove the filling. After which, slice each cookie piece in half, creating your Oreo bat’s wings. Place the remaining whole Oreos on a sheet of wax paper and set them aside. Melt the chocolate or candy melts to your desired consistency. Dip the end of your popsicle stick into the melted chocolate, insert them between one whole cookie, and dip it again, this time covering the entire cookie. Repeat this process for all of the cookies. Tap off the excess coating before placing your cookie pop on top of a pair of cookie wings. Add your cookie pop’s eyes and chocolate chip ears, and let them set for a while. Voila! Your Oreo bats are good to go!

Pretzels and Potions

Make fun and exciting spells while you snack on these crunchy pretzel rods! To create this treat, you’ll need pretzel rods, candy melts, and sprinkles. Your candy melts can be a variety of colors. Still, you can always follow the age-old Halloween palette of black, orange, red, green, white, and purple! Set a small portion of each candy melt wafer color aside for the monster faces later. Melt the candy melts separately. You can start with the black, and orange candy melts first. Dip the pretzels into either color and coat them with sprinkles directly after. Place the pretzels on a sheet of parchment paper and allow them to cool for about 10 minutes. Melt small amounts of the remaining colors and place them in decorating bags. Set the candy melt wafers on a sheet of parchment paper and use the bags to pipe faces and other details on the wafers. Use a small amount of candy melt to attach the wafer to the top of the pretzels. Serve these pretzels chilled and challenge your family members to spell creation competition!

Creepy Candy Barks

Still, have a lot of post-Halloween candy? Turn them into something exciting with this creepy candy bark recipe! Gather orange and black candy melts, pretzels, and other leftover Halloween candies to make this after-party candy. Melt your orange candy melts and mix them with some pretzel bits. Spread the mixture evenly on a parchment-lined nonstick baking pan and allow it to set in the fridge for about 10 minutes. Once it’s set, cover your base with melted chocolate or black candy melts and top it off with crushed, sliced, or small-portioned candy bits. Place it back in the fridge to harden and serve it in sliced or broken pieces. Have fun munching on all the different flavors and textures!

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