31 Days of Halloween
Ferrero 31 Days of Halloween is back! Count down with us and help get families excited leading up to Halloween with fun ideas including Halloween recipes, DIY…
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These Tombstone Cupcakes featuring CRUNCH are super easy to make. Bake your favorite cupcakes and make a headstone by piping RIP with icing on CRUNCH Fun Size. Butterfinger Fun Size and Kinder Bueno Minis are also a perfect to use for this! (Credit: Lifestyle Expert and Author of “Your Fully Charged Life” Meaghan Murphy).
Tic Tac Mints are the perfect shade of Halloween orange and were the inspiration for this next arrangement. Place a vase within a vase; line it with orange Tic Tac mints and top it with the adorable (and delicious!) Mothers' Eerie Critter Cookies. (Credit: Lifestyle Expert and Author of “Your Fully Charged Life” Meaghan Murphy).
A countdown calendar is a fun way to sweeten the excitement and anticipation of the big day. This DIY countdown calendar is stocked with delicious Ferrero goodies like Kinder Bueno Minis, Baby Ruth, Nutella & GO!, Kinder Joy Halloween Eggs, Fannie May Pumpkin Pie Spice Pixies, Keebler Fudge Stripes cookies and more. Open each numbered cubby to reveal a treat! (Credit: Lifestyle Expert and Author of “Your Fully Charged Life” Meaghan Murphy).
Butterfinger Skulls can make for a bootiful Halloween flower arrangement! Place a vase within a vase; line it with Butterfinger Skulls and added faux flowers. Delicious home décor that won’t break the bank! (Credit: Lifestyle Expert and Author of “Your Fully Charged Life” Meaghan Murphy).
This Tic Tac Big Berry Adventure inspired cocktail is out of this world! To create, make a mixed berry simple syrup using a 1/2 cup of blueberries, 1/2 cup of raspberries and 1 cup of sugar. Add ingredients to a saucepan. Heat on low until simmering, and stir. Strain and let cool. Grab a cocktail shaker and add 1oz gin, 1oz blue curaçao, 1oz berry syrup, 1oz lime juice, .75oz egg whites and four ice cubes. Shake and strain into a glass. Must be 21 and older to enjoy. (Credit: @bestdayoftheweek_)
This Halloween create a spooky egg hunt using Kinder Joy®, the delicious treat plus toy made especially to help parents create everyday surprises for their children. Simply hide Kinder Joy eggs in various places around the house for your kids to find. You can hide the eggs in plain sight, or blend them in with Halloween decor. After you are done, give your kids a Halloween basket and have them search for the Kinder Joy eggs. Once the Kinder Joy eggs are found, enjoy together! (credit: @mombrite)
Elevate your Halloween celebrations by creating a spooky snack board with CRUNCH! Turn fun size CRUNCH bars and CRUNCH Monster Eyes into crazy characters by using foam to make the teeth, googly eyes for the eyes, and pipe cleaners for the hair, arms, and legs. Tape these items onto the CRUNCH wrappers. Fill the board with the decorated CRUNCH characters and various snacks. Give each family member a bowl to fill so that everyone can start #CRUNCHing this Halloween! (credit: @lunchboxdad)
Bake a 9x13-inch cake and let cool. Crumble in a bowl and stir in a tub of frosting. Scoop 1½ tbsp of the mixture and wrap around an unwrapped Butterfinger Zombie Eyeball. Chill the cake balls on a baking tray lined with wax paper. Melt a package of white confectionary coating. Drop a cake ball into the coating. Remove and place back on tray. Top with a black confectionary wafer. When the coating has dried, use a red food coloring pen to draw bloodshot eyes. (Credit: @decoratedcookie)
Make it a tasty and fun Halloween by turning your Baby Ruth chocolate bars into creepy Monster Toes with a chewy caramel square! It’s simple: use your fingers to press a chewy caramel candy into a toenail shape and press it into the end of a fun size Baby Ruth. That's it, your creepy, but delicious, Monster Toes are ready to go! (Credit: @thenovicechef)
Create a special Halloween breakfast for your family with Nutella! Directions: Using a spider-shaped cookie cutter, cut out the middle of a piece of whole wheat bread. Spread Nutella on a second slice of bread. Place the slice with the spider cut-out on top. Place two blueberries to make spider eyes. Serve along with pumpkin-shaped orange slices and bat-shaped apple slices for extra Halloween fun! (Credit: @whiteblankspaceblog)
Ghost Poop! Transform Tic Tac® mints into Ghost Poop for a spooky surprise that the whole family will enjoy. Create a 1.5” by 1.75” Ghost Poop label in your favorite editing program. Print, cut out, & adhere to the front of the Tic Tac® mints with double-sided tape. Add a ghost face to a clear or white bucket to hold your Ghost Poop! For a cute Halloween party display or to give out during Trick or Treating, pair your bucket with a sign & a roll of toilet paper. (source: @designimprovised)
Ferrero 31 Days of Halloween is here and we’re giving back to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, kicking off with a $25,000 donation to the nonprofit. Count down with us and help get families excited leading up to Halloween, while raising money for CMN Hospitals. Consumers who make their own donation through September 10, 2021 at FerreroHalloween.com will get a chance to win one of 500 limited-edition boxes, each with 31 compartments featuring Ferrero Halloween favorites.
Top a chocolate cake with chocolate ganache, letting it drip down the sides. Pipe “RIP” onto fun size Crunch Bars to create gravestones. Crush up additional Crunch bars to use as “dirt” alongside Buncha Crunch pieces. Place gravestones atop your cake and add crushed up bars and Buncha Crunch around each one. Add candy pumpkins or other edible adornments as desired. Complete the cake by cutting a spooky tree shape out of black paper. Tape to a bamboo skewer and place it behind the gravestones!
October is a fun month for kids, especially because of Halloween! Here's how to bring Halloween to your house every day with a simple countdown featuring Kinder Joy! All you need to decorate is a countdown print, a frame and a dry erase marker. Your kids will be so excited to see their countdown calendar every day... especially when there is a Kinder Joy Egg waiting for them! They'll love erasing the days and writing down how many days are left until the spookiest day of the year. Click to buy!
Half the fun of Halloween, other than the fun treats and spooky decorations, are the costumes! These one-dimensional costumes are easy as you just need a piece of flat cardboard! You can easily dress them with paper details like Woodland Animal Costumes or use felt for additional texture and details. These costumes definitely surprised and delighted my kids, as much as when they unwrap a delicious Kinder Joy egg. If you haven’t tried Kinder Joy eggs, you’re in for a treat and surprise!
Place a Kinder Bueno bar on top of a chocolate cupcake. Frost the cupcake with green frosting, covering the center two pieces of the bar. The end pieces of the bar become Frankenstein’s “bolts.” Use black decorating icing to pipe a mouth and hair. Use white and black decorating icing or candies to create eyes! Buy today! Credit: @StudioDIY