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Quick Halloween Treats

By Kalamitykelli @venuscorpiogirl

Pretzel Owls - Kellis Kitchen

While none of my recipes look professional, some look moreso than others. Today’s treats look far less than professional but honestly – they look perfect to me because Rocket did them! He is not yet 2 1/2 years old so they are pretty stellar if you ask me. The Owls – Mr. Picky Eater says they look like skulls – are made from a box of Snyder’s pretzels, candy melt, mini Yorks peppermint patties, white chocolate chips, sprinkles and licorice. Just dip those pretzels in melted candy melt, sprinkles, then put the “eyes” on and cut the licorice to resemble eye-brows, a nose, and feet. The hardest part for Rocket was dipping the pretzels in the candy melt.

Halloween Oreo Mummies - Kellis Kitchen

They Oreo mummies took less effort. All you need are Oreos, a package of mini M&Ms, and a can of white frosting.
Put the frosting in a plastic baggy and ice the Oreo to look like bandages then put two matching M&Ms for eyes and you are done. I’m sure you would do a much better job.

Halloween Canisters - Kellis Kitchen

Now, we need something to put those Halloween treats in – like my Folger’s Coffee Tub from last year – paint and free printables glued on and you are done!

Halloween Candy Canisters - Kellis Kitchen

I was looking for a new project for treat containers the other day and it turned into an entire Halloween Candy Canister board on my Hometalk page. I thought I would share it with you here in case you were looking for some of the same things. It’s like a Roundup!

Just click on the board and it will take you to it and you can pin any you like to your own Hometalk board or even a Pinterest board.

What interesting Halloween treats are you going to make this year?

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