9 Sweet Halloween Treat Ideas!

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Halloween is right around the corner and that means treats, sweets, and more sweets! Check out some of these cute sweet treats I stumbled upon! Don’t worry..I also found some cute ‘healthy’ treats that look too good 🙂

 

1. Easy witches broom that take seconds to make with Reeses peanut butter cups. Recipe from: One Hundred Dollars a Month
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2. Cute little pretzel chocolate pumpkin bites. Recipe from: After the After
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3. Homemade chocolate chip cookies with a spooky spider twist!  Recipe from: I am Baker
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4. Creepy spider deviled eggs. Recipe from: Family Corner
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5. Candy Corn Fudge.  Recipe from: Tip Junkie
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6. Healthy banana chocolate ghosts and pumpkin oranges. Recipe from: The Green Divas
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7. Candy dipped pretzel rods with sprinkles. Recipe from: A Thrifty Mom
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8. Cute little pumpkin rice krispy treats. Recipe from: Urban Bush Babes
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9. Healthy orange and pineapple candy corn parfait. Recipe from: Love It So Much
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Gingerbread Cookie & Almond Chocolate Candy

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I came up with this idea when needed to do something with my leftover gingerbread cookies from the  cuppcakes I made..So I decided to crush them and put them in my silicon holiday candy molds! The silicon molds can be found at Target and I use them for all different kinds of things such as putting leftover tomato or pesto sauce in them (you can find more details under the Tips & Tricks page)! You can also use any favorite type of cookie, candy, nut, or really anything you want to put in the chocolate–the possibilities are endless!

Yield: 10

Ingredients:
1 cup of melting chocolate
1/2 cup gingerbread cookies; crushed
1/4 cup roasted almonds; crushed
1/4 cup white chocolate chips (optional)

Steps:
1. Melt chocolate and with a spoon, gently spoon in your crushed cookies/almonds. Then with another spoon, add your melted chocolate. You can even add the crushed cookies/almonds after you spoon the chocolate OR you can even mix it in with the chocolate! Its really up to you! Let cool for 30 minutes or put in fridge for 15 minutes. They should pop right out of the trays and enjoy!

Holiday Pretzel Candy

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Ingredients:
30 Snyders butter cross pretzels
30 Hershey kisses; your choice of flavor
30 M&M candies

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Steps:
1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or foil and evenly distribute the pretzels. Unwrap the Hershey kisses and put in the center of pretzel.

2. Bake for 4-7 minutes; or until chocolate is slightly melted completed through the center. You can tell if it’s ready by taking a butter knife and pressing down the center. Once candy is melted, immediately place M&M candy in the center and press down lightly. Let candy cool for at least 30 minutes or put in fridge for 20 minutes until candy is hard again.
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