Recipe 18/52 for my 30 before 30 list. I am making and blogging about one new recipe a week.To celebrate the start of October I am going to share some Halloween treat ideas. Any of these would be perfect for your Halloween party, or to send in for a classroom treat. These are very easy to do, are simply adorable, and tasty!
Halloween Treat Ideas
Dustyn loved the Skullsville Treat Holder from Pear Tree Greetings. He picked them out right away for him to bring to school and give to all his classmates. I was glad since his class is big. You can just grab a bag of suckers, put them in this holder, and you are done!
You all know I love anything that has to do with a chalk board. Hence the reason I had to get some of the Chalk Art Treat Tags. I attached these to treat bags with Halloween Bark inside. Check out the recipe below. Though there isn’t much to it, since this was really easy to make.
Here is the Halloween Bark Recipe. This is really, really sweet, but the pretzels balance out some of the sweetness. You can always change up what food items you add to your bark.
- 12 Halloween Oreos
- 1 cup pretzels
- 1 pound almond bark
- 2 cups candy corn
- 25 candy eyeballs
- Halloween Sprinkles
- Melt almond bark according to package.
- While you are melting your bark cover a large cookie sheet with parchment paper.
- Break up the cookies and pretzels into large pieces.
- Spread the pretzels, half of the cookies, and candy corn onto the parchment paper.
- Drizzle the melted chocolate over top of the cookie mixture, spreading with a spoon or spatula to coat evenly.
- Sprinkle the remaining cookies and candy corn. Plus the candy eyeballs and sprinkles over the almond bark while is still wet.
- Place into the refrigerator until set.
- Break into small pieces and enjoy right away or put into little treat bags.
If you are looking for frightening food ideas to serve at your Halloween Party check out the newest post on the Pear Tree Greetings blog Pear Salad.