Monday, October 31, 2016

The quick Halloween treat

Halloween is here and got no time for decorating your house to arranging spooky dresses. But for one thing I can help you… I can give you three easy breezy recipes that will make your Halloween party perfect..

You’ve run out of time to make Halloween-themed food, so it will be better if most of the items for cooking can be used from your current pantry. So here you got cocktails, sweet treats and some savory ideas, too. Now go and enjoy your Halloween…

Candy Corn Pretzel
Ingredients:
Pretzels
Candy corn
White/regular chocolate


Directions:

Preheat oven to 250F degrees. Line baking sheet and align pretzels on the sheet. Place small pieces of chocolate on each pretzel. Stick in the oven until it begins to melt down.
When it melts and starts covering the pretzel, take out the tray and quickly put the candy corn on it. If the pieces as not sticking together, remove the candy and place the pretzel back in the oven for 30 more seconds.
Put the candy again and let the pretzel cool completely. Chocolate will set in about 10 minutes in the refrigerator.
Note: Chocolate chips can also be used instead of bars

Spooky Fingers
Ingredients:
Chocolate sticks
White and regular chocolate


Directions:
Melt the white chocolate. Dip the chocolate sticks in liquid chocolate. Make fake nails out of regular chocolate place it on the stick. Let it set.

Melt the regular chocolate and dip the base part of stick in the regular chocolate liquid. Put the finished product in a glass or make it look like hand. Can it be more scary?

Halloween Candy Bark
Ingredients:
Chocolate to melt
Candies
Pretzels
M&M


Directions:

Melt your chocolate in the over. USE your imagination. Dump all of that leftover candy in to the melted chocolate. Let it set and after it hardens, break it into pieces.


To know more recipes... please visit.. Tis the season to be foody

It’s a combo post for the readers… go and check the Lastminute decoration ideas for Halloween too... thank me later :)

If you are struggling to guess, what Halloween is all about, check 'Halloween Special'

Thank you all for reading


Mugdha 

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