Trick or treat ? This is the threatening phrase uttered by all the little vampires and skeletons on Halloween night. To satisfy the sweet cravings of little monsters and protect themselves from the evil eye, ideas for scary candies to make at home, with or without the kids.
Whether they are in the shape of a ghost, pumpkin, bat, dentures, mummy, or little monster, Halloween candies are adorned with their most terrifying attire to make people clap! For October 31, we put the little cookie cutters in the big ones and we don’t hesitate to play with green, red, orange, or black food coloring; add fake sugar eyes here and there; or rely on a frightening scenography whether edible or not. The important thing about Halloween is to have fun, again and again.
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Spider web pretzels, you had to think of that! All it takes is a simple white chocolate frosting and a few sugar beads for a wow effect. Afterwards we play with decorative devices for the formidable side, like this plastic spider.
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Terrible, these 100% chocolate bats made from an “Oreo” cookie cut in half for the wings and a “Reese’s”. Our favorite !
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Great idea of planting a mini cereal bar on sticks that you dip in white chocolate. And once the first layer is dry, we cover everything with chocolate filaments.
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Very disgusting the idea of bringing earthworm candy out of the grave. How to do ? Easy, we fill glasses with chocolate mousse which we sprinkle with cocoa and place earthworm candies here and there. Guaranteed effect!
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Well thought out idea of icing pretzels with white chocolate that you color with a few drops of orange or black food coloring… and you can also stick on some sprinkles to accentuate the crunchy side.
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For a change from candy, you can also imagine ghosts from mini-bananas, and pumpkins with clementines and a little piece of apple for the tail!
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Mini-monsters made from “rice crispies” cereal bars dipped in different bowls of melted chocolate that you have previously colored according to your choice. Then just glue on sugar eyes.
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We love the idea of the cookie transformed into a spider thanks to the “Reese’s” turned upside down, a few dashes of milk chocolate for the legs and a pair of eyes! Monstrously chocolate.
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Little ones will love dipping wafers in a bath of chocolate with their fingertips to create cute little ghosts.
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Super easy to make ghosts made from white marshmallow stuck on lollipop sticks.
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Amazing this little pumpkin made from “rice crispies” combined with melted orange-colored chocolate that is cooled in the refrigerator. A “Reese’s” for the tail, a green “smarties” for the leaf, and that’s it!
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Too deadly is the apple dipped in a bath of melted white chocolate and covered with hot sugar colored red which solidifies on contact with the chocolate. Killing!
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All you need is two pieces of green apples and a few almonds to give the illusion of vampire dentures!
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A 100% healthy idea that parents will appreciate. Just cut an apple into quarters, a strawberry for the tongue and a few almonds for the teeth!
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Disgusting, but kids will love the idea of the wafer topped with a dot of almond puree on which a red candy is placed to give the illusion of a drop of blood.