Boo! Halloween-Themed Treats Make Good Eats
Last week we shared ideas for decorating your Liv Ahwatukee apartment for Halloween, this week we are following that up with some fun Halloween-themed treats to try. Make up a batch of one or two to have on hand or take to your holiday gathering. We know you’ll love ‘em, so head to your favorite Phoenix grocery store to pick up any ingredients you don’t have on hand, and start cooking!
Monster Munch from Our Best Bites
This white chocolate covered popcorn featuring roasted peanuts, Reese’s Pieces, and candy corn makes the perfect sweet that your guests will love to munch on.
Cobweb Brownies from Delish
These brownies are topped with a melted marshmallow icing that creates the illusion of cobwebs. Get your chocolate fix with these festive brownies.
Gourmet Caramel Apples from Lauren’s Latest
These gourmet caramel apples are so much more than regular caramel covered apple. These apples feature pretty much any possible topping you could think of. Discover your artistic side and create a glorious edible masterpiece! You will need apples, caramels, cold water, shredded coconut, mini chocolate chips, graham cracker crumbs, mini M&M’s, mini marshmallows, crushed cookies, chopped nuts, sprinkles, white chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, butterscotch chips, and any other toppings you desire.
Mini Jack-o-Lantern Pies
You don’t need to be a pie-making extraordinaire to make these adorable and satisfying mini pumpkin pies made to look like jack-o-lanterns.
Pumpkin Dirt Pudding Parfaits from Neighbor Food
Don’t worry, there is no actual dirt in this dessert. The pumpkin pudding is layered with crushed Oreo cookies to look like dirt and topped with a Milano cookie to look like a miniature gravestone.
Halloween Candy Bark from I Heart Naptime
This candy bark is super easy to make and is the perfect combination of salty and sweet. To make it you will need vanilla or chocolate almond bark, M&M’s, candy corn, crushed Oreos, sprinkles, nuts, crushed pretzels, candy eyeballs, and any other leftover Halloween candy you want to throw in the mix.
Whatever your favorite treat may be, we hope you have a happy Halloween here in Arizona this year.