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It’s that time of year again! Halloween. I love all the pumpkins, crisp fall air and of course, all the candy. There are tons of prep to be done and quite a few parties to prepare for. We came up with quite a few varieties that we can use for dance, school and the kids trick or treat adventures!
First up is the Bone Chillin’ Candy Apples. We used Candy Apple Caramel, McIntosh Apples – small, Candy Corn Sprinkles and Flipz White Chocolate Covered Pretzels for the bones. I created the perfect combination of salty and sweet. Just follow the directions on the caramel, drip the caramel over the apples with a spoon, allow the caramel to cool for about 3 minutes then add the crushed up Flipz Pretzels sporadically to look like bones. My daughter threw in some paper confetti to look like hay. It came out super cute.
One of our longtime favorites is candy sushi. We have used it for many a party and holiday. It’s so versatile and the kids love to eat it and make it. All you need is pre-made rice crispies, candy corn, fruit leather strips and a rolling pin. Roll out the rice crispies to about 1/2 flat. Take the leather strips and roll them onto the flattened rice crispies making sure they are stuck on pretty well, we actually used the rolling pin. Flip it over on a piece of wax paper, place two pieces of candy corn in the middle then roll the entire thing to desired thickness and cut with a knife. We used cute little Halloween toothpicks to keep them together, then placed them in decorative cupcake holders.
My favorite were these cute little candy cups. I love the little Cyclops eyes and of course, the candy pumpkins. All you need are paper cupcake holders, monster eyeball toothpicks and a little treat to put in them. Besides the candy pumpkins you could throw some Flipz Chocolate Covered Pretzels, M&Ms and some candy corn in there. The possibilities are endless.
What’s in your Halloween treat recipe book?