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Easy Halloween Treat; Boo Brownies

A simple and fun Halloween treat that kids can help bake. Brownie Mix, Marshmallows, candy melts and a toothpick are you need.  Boo Brownies are an impressive yet easy Halloween treat. Perfect for last minute school Halloween parties that are sure to impress, kids of any age can help too!

These Book Brownies use ingredients that are easy to find, and if you’re feeling creative, you can use a green candy melt to make a Frankenstein brownie, or a purple one for a fun monster design. Have some fun and let your imagination and creativity go!

Easy half homemade Halloween treat using Brownie mix and Marshmallows

Yield: 12 pieces

Boo Brownies; easy Halloween treat

Boxed Brownie Mix with decorated marshmallow ghosts

Ingredients

  • 1 box brownie mix, plus ingredients to make brownies
  • 24 regular-size marshmallows
  • 2 (11 ounce) packages white candy melts
  • ½ cup milk chocolate morsels
  • You will also need:
  • Piping bag
  • Toothpick

Instructions


1. Bake brownies according to package directions. Cool completely
before slicing. Cut into 24 pieces.

2. Place one marshmallow on top of each
brownie.

3. Melt candy melts according to
package directions. If candy overheats or is too thick, add 1
teaspoon of coconut oil or vegetable shortening. Pour melted candy
into a zip-tip freezer bag. Snip one corner and drizzle over
marshmallows, allowing the candy to drip down the sides of the
brownie. Allow candy to set.

4. Melt milk chocolate in the
microwave, stirring vigorously every 15 seconds.

5. Using a toothpick dipped in the
chocolate, decorate each ghost face.

6. Allow to set completely before
packaging or serving.

A few more Easy Halloween Treats you can make:

Cheese Stuffed Mummy Breadsticks with olive slices for eyes. A Halloween treat!
Cheesy Mummy Breadsticks

Cheesy Mummy Bread Sticks

Try these Mummy Bread Sticks for dinner on Halloween night!  You MIGHT just get something into the kids before they head out trick or treating.

Also a fun option for a Halloween themed party and simple to make using easily obtainable ingredients

Mummy Bark
Mummy Bark

Mummy Bark 

Comes together super quickly and is a cute and tasty sweet treat.  Package it up is small Halloween cello bags for a great option to hand out at school, or use as a snack at a Halloween themed party.

This one is also fun to make with the kids and they are guaranteed to love this Cookies and Cream flavoured treat.

Candy Corn Parfaits, orange, white and yellow layers of pudding in a glass cup
Candy Corn Parfait

Candy Corn Parfait

Decorated with Candy Corn, and other Halloween treats you can make this simple fun Candy Corn Parfait with very little fuss, there’s really no TRICK to it, so why not treat your kids to a fun after school TREAT!   Okay, that’s my attempt at clever humour, don’t judge, I try !

By on September 18th, 2019
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