Frightfully Easy Halloween Treats Kids Can Make

Want to have some spooktacular fun in the kitchen with your kids? Try this: Frightfully Easy Halloween Treats Kids Can Make. Even as a last-minute Halloween treat, this is a fast and simple recipe.

You Will Need:

  • White chocolate (we used two 12oz bags of white chocolate chips)
  • Milk chocolate chips
  • 1 tbsp of vegetable oil
  • Heatproof bowl & saucepan or a fondue pot (we used fondue pots)
  • Craft or lollipop sticks
  • Spoon
  • Waxed paper

To Make:

Frightfully Easy Halloween Treats Kids Can Make.

Melt the white chocolate in a bowl over a pan of hot water or use a fondue pot.

We used a fondue pot.

As the chocolate melts, add the vegetable oil.

Stir often.

Put a tablespoon of chocolate onto a sheet of waxed paper.

Let your child use the teaspoon to make a spooky shape.

We also used our craft sticks to shape the chocolate.

Using the fondue pot allowed each of my boys to spoon out their own chocolate and create without any help from me whatsoever.

Add chocolate chips for eyes and for decorating.

They first began making these Halloween candy treats at the age of six.

At the age of seven, they were able to set everything up, pour in the chocolate and oil, and create all their spooky shapes and creations on their own.

Frightfully Easy Halloween Treats Kids Can Make; Ghost Treats:

I started out with the theme of simply making ghosts.

Over the years my boys have progressed from simple ghost creations to making bats, skeletons, spiders, bones, and other fun spooktacular creations.

When we ran out of white chocolate, we added the dark chocolate chips to our fondue pots and made a few bats.

My boys added sticks to some of their creations to make spooky fun lollipops.

After you make your treat, stick it in the fridge for 5-10 minutes to harden then carefully peel them off the paper.

How are you celebrating Halloween 2020? Even though trick-or-treating and other celebrations are being modified and canceled to protect against coronavirus infection, families can still have spooktacular fun.

Our family has always treated Halloween more like a season than a one-night event.

This year, we’ve been safely celebrating by decorating the house with pumpkin crafts, carving pumpkins, making goodies with pumpkin, creating spooky Halloween treats, evening neighborhood drives to look at Halloween decorations, a drive-thru haunted house, a few drive-thru trick-or-treat events and watching some fun Halloween movies.

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