These MELTED WITCHES would be the best Halloween favors Ever!
Melted Witches! Such a great class party idea for Halloween.
Coolest & Creepiest Halloween Foods... Witch party favor?
tons of cute halloween ideas, including melted witches.
Creative Party Ideas by Cheryl: Melted Witches Yes.
Melted Witches Cookies
Melted Witches from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen These Halloween treats are hilarious, easy to make, and your kids will think they are fabulous. Confessions of a Cookbook Queen shows you how to make everything you will need for these melted witch treats. The witch hat, the broom, the puddle of witch, and the cute tag. (I am hoping someone will make a printable for it!) You can check out the directions for these fun melted witches HERE and get some more witch inspiration HERE
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Frankenstein Rice Krispies : green food coloring in the rice krispies recipe + melted dark chocolate hair and mouth + melted white chocolate eyes + chocolate chips for pupils... super fun for Halloween!
Frankenstein rice krispie treats - just add green food coloring, dip in melted chocolate, and decorate with icing and chocolate chips.
Frankenstein Rice Krispie treats. Easy recipe for a neat Halloween treat.
Halloween-Eyeball Shooters. Perfect for All Hallows Eve
Eyeball Jello Shots - Awesome Halloween party idea
Halloween Drinks: Eyeball jello shots
Halloween food - eyeball jello
With Halloween comes parties. Below are some cocktail recipes I've gathered that would be great to serve at any adult Halloween party. Eyeball Shooters Limeslime eyeball jello shooter, with lichee-red maraschino eyeball floating in it. Ingredients Yield: 16-20 shooters 10 oz vodka 2 (3 oz) packages of Jello 2 cups boiling water 1 cup cold water 20 canned or fresh lychees 20 maraschino cherry 20 slices of black grape Method Stuff a maraschino cherry into the lychee without breaking it. Cut slice from outside of grape and place over red part of 'eyeball. For Shots: Bring water to a boil and remove from heat. Dissolve the packages of Jello in 2 cups boiling water, stirring for at least 2 minutes, until gelatin is dissolved. Stir in ice-cold water and vodka. To suspend eyeball in jello, pour jello half way up in a square shot glass, large enough to hold the lychee with room around the edge and let set. Place the 'eyeball' on the set jello and pour remaining jello into shot glass. Cover and let set. Note: instead of using the lychee and maraschino cherries, you can make Coconut Malibu Eyeballs found here, or use gummy eyeballs that can be found at most supermarkets during Halloween. Recipe and image credit (recipe modified slightly by me to include alcohol). Intensive Jell-O Ward Medical and lab themed Jell-o shots. Ingredients 10 oz vodka 2 (3 oz) packages of Jello 2 cups boiling water 1 cup cold water Package of syringes Method Bring water to a boil and remove from heat. Dissolve the packages of Jello in 2 cups boiling water, stirring for at least 2 minutes, until gelatin is dissolved. Stir in ice-cold water and vodka. Use large syringes (without needles) to suck up Jell-O mixture Chill as usual. Note: A size somewhere between 30ml and 60ml will deliver a decent shot sized “shot”. The 60ml catheter tip syringes we found were ideal and included a cap to put over the end – nice to keep the Jell-O from dripping. Recipe and image credit. Bloody-Rimmed Martinis White chocolate, coconut, cream, rum, and vodka make a tasty martini, while red cake gel around the rim. Ingredients Red decorating icing writing gel 3/4 cup half-and-half or light cream 1/2 cup coconut-flavored rum 1/4 cup vanilla vodka or vodka 1/4 cup cream of coconut Ice cubes Method Carefully pipe red gel around the rim of 4 to 6 martini glasses, letting it drip down the sides. Set aside. In a pitcher stir together the half-and-half, coconut rum, vanilla vodka, and cream of coconut. Place ice cubes in a martini shaker. Add coconut mixture. Cover and shake. Divide mixture among prepared martini glasses. Makes 4 to 6 drinks. Recipe and image credit. Ectoplasm Cocktail A bright green cocktail. Ingredients 1.5 oz Vodka 1/2 oz Midori 1/2 oz Blue Curacao 3 oz Orange juice 3 oz Sprite or 7up Method Pour ingredients into glass, add ice and stir Recipe and image credit.
Witch and Cat Lawn Ornaments - Introduction - MarthaStewart.com Thanks to MS I have this is my front yard.
#free Witch cat #Clip Art and Templates for Halloween Decorations - These would also be nifty as silhouettes on scrapbook pages or on a card or craft. #printable #halloween #DIY #silhouette
Witch and Cat Lawn Ornaments Cast a spooky spell on your home this Halloween with witch decorations to frighten others in or outdoors. Add life-size horror to your yard. These wicked witch and cat silhouettes are easy to make from hardware-store supplies, and they can be brought out year after year
Witch and Cat Lawn Ornaments by Martha Stewart: http://www.marthastewart.com/274616/halloween-witch-decorations/@center/276965/halloween
Witch and Cat Lawn Ornaments -- Cast a spooky spell on your home this Halloween with witch decorations to frighten others in or outdoors. Add life-size horror to your yard. These wicked witch and cat silhouettes are easy to make from hardware-store supplies, and they can be brought out year after year. From Martha Stewart: http://www.marthastewart.com/how-to/witch-and-cat-lawn-ornaments?center=276965=274616=911323
Halloween - how to make witch & cat lawn ornaments
Halloween Ideas From Martha Stewart
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Cast a spooky spell on your home this Halloween with witch decorations to frighten others in or outdoors. Add life-size horror to your yard. These wicked witch and cat silhouettes are ready to go...This sinister sorceress and her trio of menacing felines are in a black humor -- all the better to give guests a start when they arrive at your home for the festivities. All our displays are for indoors or outside and are custom handcrafted by me and my husband...created out of ½” or ¾” plywood... Outdoor pieces are sanded & sealed prior to painting, then coated with a clear protective coating. We guaranteed all our work water resistant for 1 year. Since all our displays are custom made to order, we carry no inventory. Our current lead-time is approx. 2 weeks depending on the size and quantity ordered.My production calender is filling in fast. Hurry Order now to have in time for Halloween Witch is 5 feet tall....3 cats are 27 inches tall..( Does not come with Lantern and Broom!)
monster mash halloween party ideas | Look at these darling witch hats I found over at Ice Cream Before ...
Witches hat cookies. A fudge stripe cookie with a Hershey's kiss and a stripe of icing around it. Amazing!
Witches' Hats made form chocolate cookies, hershey kisses and some frosting. What?!? I would not use chocolate frosting though, I'm going to try with green and orange frosting. So much for trying to have a healthier halloween.
Witches' Hat Cookies - Make this "spook-tacularly" easy treat with fudge-striped shortbread cookies and Hershey's® Kisses.
These Witch Hat cookies are lots of fun! We just need to get our hands on some Hershey kisses to make them... Unless anyone had any other suggestions?
Halloween - Witches Hat Cookies32 Hershey's® Kisses® brand milk chocolates, unwrapped 1 package (11 1/2 ounces) fudge-striped shortbread cookies (32) 1 tube (4.25 ounces) orange or red decorating icing 1 Attach 1 chocolate candy to chocolate bottom of each cookie, using decorating icing. 2 Pipe decorating icing around base of milk chocolate candy.
Cute and Easy Witches Hats, will be making these for Halloween next year, adding rolos for Thanksgiving Pilgrim Hats I received this product (Hershey's Kisses) compliments of Influenster for testing purposes. #loveandkisses #HersheysKisses #JadoreVoxBox @Influenster
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Marshmallow Witch | DIY Halloween treats for kids classroom party.
Marshmallow Witches fun with food! #halloween #treats #kids
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Witches' Hats | These treats require only three ingredients and no baking!
Looking for the perfect halloween treats to make? You've found the right place! Find witch hat cookies ingredients and cooking instructions (hardly!)...
Halloween Treats - For all the reluctant bakers out there, have no fear: Witches’ Hats require only three ingredients and no baking! Fudge-striped shortbread cookies are simply topped with a chocolate kiss and finished with a frosting bow.
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Easy Witches Hats All you need is one package of the fudge striped shortbread cookies, a bag of milk chocolate kisses and a tube of orange or red decorating frosting. Directions: Simply pipe a small mound of frosting in the center of each chocolate covered cookie bottom, press a chocolate kiss on the frosting. Pipe a frosting band and bow around the base of each kiss. You are done!!
Easy Witches Hats All you need is one package of the fudge striped shortbread cookies, a bag of milk chocolate kisses and a tube of orange decorating frosting.
Witches' Hats - Only three ingredients and no baking! Fudge-striped shortbread cookies are simply topped with a chocolate kiss and finished with a frosting bow.
Witches' Hats - Ingredients: Fudge-striped shortbread cookies, Hershey kisses and orange frosting How cute!
Witches’ Hats Halloween Recipes - Halloween Desserts and Treats Recipes - Southern Living
Hats off to easy Halloween recipes! This Witch Hat Cookie recipe is barely more than a flick of a wand. Arrange round fudge-dipped cookies chocolate side up. Pipe a line of orange decorator icing around the bottom of a chocolate kiss and press it firmly onto the center of the cookie. Then, pipe an orange bow as shown in the image (think a figure 8 with two lines). Let the icing set and then go!
Witch Hat Cookies Recipe TOO CUTE - fudge cookies + Hershey's kiss on top + icing = super easy cuteness!
Witch Hat Cookies Recipe http://www.freefunhalloween.com/halloween-recipes/halloween-witch-hat-cookies-recipe/
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Easy Halloween recipes - Try making these pumpkin recipes, simple Halloween treats and spooktacular Halloween desserts for your next Halloween party.
I'm so excited about this month's Cupkins. Not only is the theme Halloween, but it's the very first time we're doing cupkins as a link party. I have both Joanne's and my cupcake ideas to share with you. And I really hope that you'll link up with your Halloween themed Muffins or Cupcakes too! This month I've cooked up a Cauldron Cupcake. (And it's soooo easy to do- everything came from a box, bag or bottle). First I baked 12 large cupcakes (using what else but a devil's food mix) according to the package directions in a pan sprayed with non-stick spray. To make these cauldrons you need to use the sides of the cakes- so don't line the pan with paper cups! When they were done I cut a bit off the top so make a flat spot (you'll see why later). I found these nifty little chocolate covered pretzel rings in the grocery store (they were a box of those 100 calorie packs) and while the cakes baked I cut them in half. One half ring on each side of the cupcake make the perfect cauldron handles. When the cakes were cool I melted some dark chocolate chips and rolled the sides of each cupcake into the melted chocolate. Then set them on a wire wrack with a baking sheet underneath to let the excess chocolate drip off. Placing them upside down because they look more like cauldrons that way. (Incidentally, If you've never tried dipping the sides of cupcakes into chocolate I highly recommend it- they taste a little like ring dings... only better!) As the chocolate starts to set up- but before it's totally hard- is when you stick the pretzel ring halves into the chocolate. If you try to do it before the chocolate starts to set the handles won't stay up. At this point I kept rolling cakes into chocolate but kept my eye on the ones I'd already done so I could stick the handles in before they were too hard. Once all the cakes were dipped and the chocolate set and I started frosting them. You can absolutely make your own frosting... but I have to admit I used readymade from those bottles with the decorator tips. I had visions of a swirly potion so I used green as my main color, making a fairly thick swirl. Then added a thinner swirl of yellow right on top. Since I was actually frosting the bottom of the cupcake it was a nice flat surface for the swirls. Last but not least I added a pretzel stick in each one to look like a giant potion stirring stick. Cute and spooky, ready for a bewitching party! And let me assure you- they disappeared from my counter like magic! Pop on over to Joanne's blog (my partner in Cupkins crime) to check out her recipe for Candy Corn Cupcakes. (the link is below) (mmm- doesn't all that candy on top of that frosting look good!) But before you go- Join the fun- leave your link for a Halloween inspired muffin or cupcake below. And if you do be sure to grab the Cupkins button from my sidebar. Joanne's Candy Corn Cupcakes