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Pipe some chocolate wings onto a chocolate snack cake to make a cute bat treat for Halloween.

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Mini Chocolate Bat Delights

These little chocolate bats by Handmade Charlotte will satisfy all of our bat preferences. Simple and easy to do they will be sure to be a great Halloween Treat!

kids party idea? sugar cookie fries dipped in frosting! Much better to control the amount of frosting they'll eat, than letting them eat countless cookies with globs of frosting.

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Mini Chocolate Bat Bites

EASY FOUR INGREDIENT HALLOWEEN TREAT - MINI BAT CANDY BITES

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Healthy Halloween Snack Candy Corn Fruit Cocktail

Healthy Halloween Snack Candy Corn Fruit Cocktail - Family Fresh Meals

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Marbled Easter Eggs

Easter Idea (original post: http://www.kimberlycun.com/2011/04/22/how-to-make-surprise-marbled-easter-eggs/ )

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Chocolate Covered Pretzel Bats: Halloween Snack

Chocolate Covered Pretzel Bats Halloween Snack

Halloween! Dip the pretzel rods in white chocolate dyed green and add a sliced almond fingernail. Use a toothpick to add the knuckles. MONSTER FINGERS YES.

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Halloween Books, Crafts, Recipes and More for Preschool and Kindergarten Students

halloween snacks for preschoolers | Top Ten Halloween Books, Crafts, Recipes and More for Preschool and ...

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Easy Halloween Treats for Your Classroom Parties! - Page 2 of 2

A healthy Halloween snack that couldn't be easier (or more adorable). Fun ideas for Halloween

Finger Food:: Caramel And Chocolate Covered Pretzel Sticks With A Slivered Almond Fingernail. Coolest & Creepiest Halloween Foods

"Our Brownie and pretzel skeletons were a spooktacular edition. We made a pan of brownies in a square pan because we wanted them thick, cutting them into squares (don't forget to cut the edges off). Then covered them in ganache. Place a short bamboo skewer or sucker stick close to the back and pile white chocolate pretzels. Top with a marshmallow with a cute skeleton face (drawn on by editable markers) and package with our fun skeleton tag."