Who is ready for Halloween? My kids are going nuts as we prep. Summer may just be ending, but school is starting and the temperatures are dropping. It’s the perfect time to start brainstorming easy Halloween food ideas.
We’ve moved to a new neighborhood filled with families. I’m eager to see the Halloween decorations go up. Our old next door neighbors would go ALL OUT every holiday. They even had dancing skeletons projected on the wall of their house. Their house was way more fun than mine!
Our decorations are being made and the scary stuff is coming out. Something I am particularly excited about are these super easy Halloween Snack Treats: Ghost Fudge Covered Graham Squares.
These squares are not only delicious but perfect for the Halloween holiday happening in just a few weeks. If you decide to make them, let me know what you think. Happy Halloween!
Ghost Fudge Covered Graham Squares
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1 package Fudge Covered Graham Squares
1 tub vanilla frosting
Wilton sparkle gels in black and pink and any other color you desire
Place your vanilla frosting into a ziplock bag or piping bag and cut the tip.
Pipe a ghost outline onto your cookie. Fill in with frosting.
Add eyes and a mouth with the black sparkle gelsand add a hair bow, if desired, with colored sparkle gels. Repeat until all cookies are covered.
Let set for frosting to harden and then enjoy!
Seriously, could that be any easier! This is a great Halloween party treat because you can quickly make a bunch at one time. Here are 25 more sweet party treats that you can make for Halloween!
If you are looking for more fun Halloween Snacks to do with your kids, try these:
Spooky Halloween Rice Crispy Treat Mummy
Creepy Mummy Hotdogs with capers for eyes!
Jack O’Lantern Brownies — The best way to use pumpkin peeps.
Yummy Halloween Rice Krispie Treats
What spooktacular treats are you trying with your kiddos?
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So cute & easy! Thanks for sharing.