NEW HAVEN Conn. (WTNH) — Halloween is right around the corner and if you are hosting a Halloween event or looking for a wicked party treat.
Sarah O’Brien from the lifestyle blog, Connecticut in Style stopped by our station to show us how we can white up some spooky desserts.
O’Brien showed us how to make these treats:
- Skeleton Hands
- This is a fun and kid-friendly Halloween activity for children. Using clear plastic bags, insert one candy corn into each finer tip then fill them with popcorn and tie off the ends with ribbon.
- Brain Cupcakes
- These cupcakes look gross, but taste delicious! They are red velvet cupcakes with traditional cream cheese frosting that has been piped on to look like a brain and then drizzled with strawberry jam “blood.”
- Frankenstein monster Rice Krispie Pops
- I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t love rice krispie treats. These are made from your basic rice krispie treat recipe, but dyed green and made into a Frankenstein heads by using melted chocolate and adding mini marshmallows.
- S’Mores Witches Hats
- All you need are Keebler Fudge Strip cookies, Hershey’s kisses and marshmallow Fluff. Just spread on some marshmallow fluff in the center of the Fudge Stripe cookie and add the Hershey Kiss. You can add some sprinkles or an edible bow to dress up the hat.
- Tissue-Paper Treat Pumpkins
- Fill the center of the tissue with assorted candy then gather and twist the ends and seal with green tape. You can hand these out to Trick or Treaters instead of plain candy.
To learn more about these fun Halloween snacks just watch the video above, and for more about Sarah O’Brien you can head to her website here.