Halloween Candy

Are you hosting a Halloween party this year? Ditch the candy and instead try one of these delicious Halloween dessert recipes:

  • Reese’s Bats: Take a small Reese’s cup, half an Oreo cookie, some peanut butter, and candy eyes to make these adorable (and scrumptious) little bat candies.
  • Dracula Dentures: Everyone will rave about the ingenuity of these cookies. Just split a chocolate chip cookie in half, lining the inside with red icing. Then stuff mini marshmallows in between the two cookies, using the icing as a kind of glue. Finally, add two slivered almond bits in between some of the marshmallows to act as fangs, and voila, you have Dracula’s blood-sucking mouth.
  • Halloween Candy Bark: This easy-to-make white chocolate bark only takes about half-an-hour and involves white chocolate, candy coating, food coloring (purple, orange, and green), Halloween-colored sprinkles, and Halloween-colored nonpareils. Get the recipe here.
  • Candy Corn Ice Cream: Making this homemade ice cream can require some work and some true time in the kitchen, but the outcome is beautiful to look at and oh, so delicious. The recipe calls for 3 cups of heavy creep, a can of sweetened condensed milk, a teaspoon of vanilla extract, four drops (each) of orange, yellow, and red food coloring, plastic dessert cups, and candy corn for decorating.

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