Halloween Party Ideas

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Total time: 10 minutes

Ingredients for 6 people

chocolate-filled cereal

white chocolate, melted

milk chocolate, melted

graham cracker

strawberry jam

cream cheese

food coloring

pretzels

candy melts

sprinkles

candy eyeballs

peanut butter cookie dough

dark chocolate, melted

chocolate truffle

oreos

strawberry marshmallows

rice krispies


Tools

Toothpick

Parchment paper

Fork


Step 1/6

CEREAL MUMMIES: Stick cereal on a toothpick, dip in melted chocolate, set on parchment and let harden. Once hardened, drizzle with addition white chocolate to make it look like a mummy then add melted milk chocolate for eyes.

Step 2/6

CRACKER BAND AIDS: Break graham crackers into small rectangles, place cream cheese in a square center, then add a little dollop of jam to look like blood.

Step 3/6

CHOCOLATE CREATURES: Dip large pretzels 3/4 of the way into melted chocolate (white, and colored candy melts), then decorate with sprinkles, candy eyes and additional chocolate to make spooky little creatures.

Step 4/6

SPIDER COOKIES: Place ready-to-bake peanut butter cookies on a parchment-lined baking sheet, dip the tines of a fork into chocolate, on two edges of the cookie, place the fork down to create spider legs, then bake. As soon as the cookies come out of the oven place a chocolate truffle in the center and add candy eyes to make little spiders.

Step 5/6

BITE-SIZED MONSTERS: In a blender, blend Oreos with a little cream cheese until a thick paste forms, using your hands form the Oreo paste into balls, then spear each one with a fork, freeze. Once frozen, dip the balls into chocolate with the help of the forks and add candy eyes.

Step 6/6

RICE KRISPIE BRAINS: Make classic Rice Krispies, but use pink or strawberry marshmallows, then place the rice krispie mix into small bowls to form a circle, using a knife, create the center spine of the brain, then add eyes for a little personality.

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