Bewitching Halloween Treats

Beware! Your taste buds and witching imagination are sure to fly with eclectic Halloween Treat recipes and holiday ideas. Spice up your Witchy activities with the creative Halloween treat ideas that are easy to prepare in advance.

Witchy Treats
Witchy Treats

Plan a party with your girlfriends, watch the fun Bewitching Video and then make some of the treats. You could then send them off flying with a printable handout so they can re-create the treats for their boo crew. Inviting the gals to dress up in their Witchy attire will add to the fun flavor of this magical affair.

 


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Witch Hat Cookies
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Recipe type: Dessert
 
Witchy Hat Cookies These Witch Hat Cookies are very easy to make!
Ingredients
  • Fudge Stripe Cookies
  • Hershey Kisses
  • Orange Tube Icing
  • Witch Hat Cookie Ingredientss
Instructions
  1. Squeeze some Orange Icing onto the bottom of a Hershey Kiss, Place the kiss on the back side of the Fudge Stripe Cookie.
  2. Witch Hat Cookies

Another fun and easy Witchy treat is the Witch Broom.  The broom can easily be made in advance,  Store them in the fridge until the day you want to serve them.
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Witch Broom
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Recipe type: Dessert
 
Witch Broom TreatsEasy to prepare and can be made in advance.
Ingredients
  • Stick Pretzels
  • Mini Peanut Butter Cups
  • Witch Broom Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Take the wrappers off the peanut butter cups. Push the stick pretzel in the bottom of the peanut butter cups and then turn the peanut butter cup upside down with the pretzel stick standing up.
  2. making Witch Broom

 
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Witch Fingers
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Recipe type: Dessert
 
Witch Fingers These pretzels take a little longer to make but they store well in the fridge up to a couple weeks before the event.
Ingredients
  • Pretzel Rods
  • Green Wilton Candy Melts
  • Almond Slices
  • Witch finger ingredients
Instructions
  1. Put one inch of water in a slow cooker or an electric frying pan turn on low heat. Put candy melts in a glass bowl and set the bowl in the water. The candy will slowly melt.
  2. Cut the pretzel rods in half. Dip the cut end in the melted chocolate and then use a spoon to coat ¾ of the pretzel rod.
  3. Lay the pretzel on a piece of parchment paper and then place a sliced almond on the end of the finger (making a fingernail) let the pretzels sit to cool.
  4. making witch fingers

I usually go to a local bakery to buy some of the disposable plastic gloves but many of the bakeries are using latex gloves now and I had a hard time finding them.  I am going to put a link on Amazon so you will have a idea which kind to buy.  I also found some at Sam’s club but I had to buy 4 boxes of 500= 2000 gloves.. which is 1950 more gloves than I needed.   For that reason I will sell them on here at cost plus shipping materials.  I found the spider rings at the dollar store, and I also bought a couple of bags of popped corn there also.
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Witchy Popcorn Hands
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Recipe type: Dessert
 
Witches Popcorn Hands Its just not halloween unless I pass out witchy popcorn hands. You just gotta make this treat to have for the Bewitchen video class... gotta have popcorn with the movie!
Ingredients
  • Disposable Plastic Gloves
  • Bags yellow popped corn
  • Spider Rings
  • Candy Corn for the fingernails
  • String or ribbon to tie the glove closed
  • popcorn hand ingredients
Instructions
  1. Put the candy corn in the fingers of the plastic glove
  2. fill the fingers and then hand with popcorn.
  3. Making Witch Popcorn Hands
  4. Put a spider ring on the finger
  5. Tie the glove closed with ribbon or string.

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Pam Knighton

    Looks fun..
    Hubby has some black gloves, so I was thinking of filling those then use my glow in the dark for finger tips. Grandkids think outside the box often 😉

  2. My favourite part of halloween is trick or treat. I still love it and don’t know what i will do when my son is too old for it!

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