Halloween is all about the treats in my house! These are some easy, fool proof snacks to celebrate the season.
Nutter Butter Ghosts
My daughter LOVES Nutter Butter's all the time, so this is of course her favorite Halloween snack to make. It is so easy and super cute. Great for Halloween parties or for snacking at home.
You will need :
- A pack of Nutter Butter cookies
- A bakers bar of white chocolate
- Chocolate Syrup (for decorating)
- A microwave safe bowl
- Wax paper
- a toothpick
All you need to do is place the white chocolate in the bowl. Place it in the microwave for 4 min or until melted. Once it is melted, dip the cookies in the white chocolate. Cover 3/4 of the cookie. Place them on the wax paper until cool and hardened. Use the toothpick and the chocolate syrup to decorate the "ghost" face. Enjoy!
These little things are the perfect Halloween movie snack! They are crunchy, salty and sweet all in one. And they look like bones so it's really fun.
You will need:
- Pretzel Sticks
- 1 pack mini marshmallows
- 1 bakers bar of white chocolate
- wax paper
- microwave safe bowl
Fist you need to assemble the "bones". Place a mini marshmallow on each end of the pretzel stick. Make as many as you like. Set to the side. Next, microwave the white chocolate for about 4 minutes or until melted. Dip the assembled pretzels in the white chocolate and set on wax paper to cool and harden. That is all! Quick and cute way to add a spooky flare to snacking!
Pumpkin Face Burgers
This is just so cute and perfect for an October evening dinner. It makes kids excited to eat their burgers and helps get everyone in the Halloween spirit! You just make the burgers as you usually would. The only thing different you do is cut out a cute pumpkin face in the cheese and magically your burger has been transformed into a pumpkin. We serve the top bun on the side of the plate when we make these. That way you can actually see the pumpkin. Easy way to spice up dinner!
Candy Corn Bark
This is my FAVORITE quick Halloween treat to make. It is rich and yummy. I think it looks absolutely gorgeous. You could do this anytime in the fall. Not just Halloween. Adults like this just as much as the kiddos.
You will need:
- 16 ounces of White chocolate
- 1 cup of pretzels
- 1 cup of candy corn
- wax paper covered baking pan
Place pretzels and candy corn in the bottom of the wax covered dish. Melt chocolate and pour over the pretzels and candy corn. Pop it in the fridge to chill and harden. You are done! SO GOOD. This make cute gifts to give as well.
Hope you try some or all four of these ideas. Happy Halloween snacking!
Erica Peebles on October 20, 2018:
What kind of white chocolate did you use? I used chips, and they would not melt no matter what I did.
Arianna on October 25, 2015:
Omg such cute goodies I am going to make the gosht nutter butter treats they look great!!!!
Laura on October 21, 2014:
Adorable!!! Just wanted to let you know that I included the Nutter Butter Ghosts in my roundup of cute ghost ideas and products. Thanks!! http://theroadtocrazy.blogspot.com/2014/10/31-days...
Ceres Schwarz on October 14, 2013:
These Halloween treats look good. The images of these treats all look cute. These all look pretty easy to make and shouldn't take much time at all.
peachy from Home Sweet Home on October 13, 2013:
so cute those peanut butter cookies. Yr burgers are scary tho... Happy halloween.