Homemade Halloween Treats Part 2

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Hi Everyone!

So here’s part 2 of my halloween treat series, I hope you enjoy these ideas as much as you did the last two!

Rice Krispie Pumpkins

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Ok so I have to admit, these are probably the most fiddly out of all of the treats I’m showing you! But if you’ve got a bit of patience and persistence, they will look and taste great!

  • Cheekily I used a rice krispie recipe off of the internet because it’s such a simple recipe! It basically involves rice krispies, butter and marshmallows
  • Add orange food colouring to make them as orange as you want them to be
  • Separate the mixture into several sandwich bags, you can make smaller and larger pumpkins, so add as much mixture into each bag for the size that you want
  • Mould the mixture in the bag into a round shape
  • Add a fudge sweet into the top for a stalk (you could also use black liquorice)
  • Tie up each food bag tightly and pop them in the fridge for a couple of hours so they set into a ball shape

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Bat Bites

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How cute are these! Are they too cute to eat though… Of course not 😉

  • Separate each half of 4 oreos and slice them into halves again. I did this by using a table knife in a slicing motion slowly so that they don’t crack! You should then end up with 16 ‘wings’
  • Melt two bars of milk chocolate in the microwave (roughly 30 seconds but do it 10 seconds at a time and stir until melted)
  • Fill small cupcake cases with the melted chocolate, this mixture made 8
  • Before the chocolate has set, push two wings into each cupcake case at the top and two small white marshmallows at the bottom
  • Add a dot of black piping icing onto the marshmallows for the eyes
  • Put them in the fridge for a couple of hours
  • Once the chocolate has set, remove the cupcake cases carefully so you don’t break the wings

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Let me know if you decide to make any of these ideas and tag me on instagram so I can see them!

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Much Love,

Homemade Halloween Treats Part 1

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Hi Everyone!

So halloween is round the corner and I thought I’d show you a few fun snacks I have created which you can make for a party or just for a treat! I’ve separated them into two posts, so there will be two ideas today and two more coming your way on Wednesday!

As you know, I’m disabled so I can guarantee that none of these ideas are majorly difficult and they’re easy to do, even with kids but they still look amazing!

Blood Splatter Chocolates

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I’ve started off with some really simple but effective ‘blood splatter’ chocolates. All you have to do is;

  • Melt however much white chocolate you want, I used one small bar and it made 7
  • Use small cupcake cases and pour a small amount into each one
  • Sprinkle red food colouring all over them in a random way to look like blood
  • Pop in the fridge for a couple of hours until they are set and then peel away the cases
  • So simple!!!

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Eye Balls

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Another really quick and simple idea and these are soooo yummy!

  • You will need white large marshmallows and smarties or an equivalent
  • Draw ‘veins’ on to the marshmallows, make the lines quite wiggly and not straight, using a cocktail stick and red food colouring
  • I melted a small amount of white chocolate to glue the marshmallows and smarties together
  • Add a spot of black piping icing in the middle of the smarties to create the complete eye ball effect

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Like I said, I’m not one for difficult bakes with lots of ingredients! I think these are quick and easy ideas that I hope will inspire you to make some of your own! Keep your eye out for two more ideas coming on Wednesday.

Much Love,