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Halloween treats

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Do you make anything yummy for Halloween treats for your family?  Id love some fresh ides for my kiddos. For the past 2 years, Ive made chocolate lollipops/suckers shaped like witches and pumpinks and such. I also make rice cripsy bars with orange and black m&ms and reses pieces in them. The girls love them, but Id like to make something else too. Any ideas?


by on Sep. 5, 2008 at 3:45 PM
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by on Sep. 8, 2008 at 11:09 AM

I've seen many GREAT halloween treats that are fun ..... go to and type in Halloweeen'll get a bunch of simple and affordable ideas.  Have fun! 

by on Sep. 8, 2008 at 11:52 AM

I've been doing these for Holidays and they're a hit.  I have small bags of the goodies and then attach the poem that goes along with it.  For other Holiday ideas the website is

Pumpkin Pooh

A night on the town
is certainly proof,
Pumpkins were watching,
while you made a goof,
Tricking not treating
is your game.
Your pumpkins at home
were thinking the same.
So, when you get home this you must do
check your shoes for pumpkin pooh.

[Use cheesy puffs for the inside of a cello bag]
by Darla Gould and Friend

Pumpkin Poop

I started to carve a pumpkin
with my carving knife and scoop
But the pumpkin got so scared
He took a little poop!
It looked so cute and funny
Just like a candy treat
So I'm sharing it with you now
Because you are so sweet!

[Use candy corn]

Pumpkin Poop

The goblins and ghosts
Have flown the coop
They even took the
Black Cat Soup
The only thing left
Is this yummy loot
So sit and enjoy
Your pumpkin poop!

Halloween / Ghost

Wishing you a Halloween Boo!
All you get is Ghost Poo!
Place it in water clear
Watch it magically disappear!

[Use melting packing peanuts]

Halloween / Ghost

Ghostly poo is fluffy and nice
Vampire doo doesn't come near
Hold it under water
and watch it disappear!

[Use melting packing peanuts]

Halloween / Ghost

Halloween Greetings are near
Hold this under water
and watch the ghost poop....disappear!
Happy Halloween....Boo!

[Use melting packing peanuts]

Halloween / Ghost

I could hear them in the walls
running down the halls
In and out of rooms,
Dancing with the brooms,
But, alas not one believed
the Ghosts roamed my happy home,
so I collected up their droppings
as a special gift for you
for now a fool you'll pay
with evidence of ghoul play.

[Use mini marshmallows, popcorn or white Tic-Tac mints]

Scarecrow Poop

Halloween is coming
fall is in the air.
The scarecrow is shivering
so you've got to beware!
The birds are flying a big loop-de-loop.
Look out!
You've stepped in Scarecrow Poop!

[Use Candy Corn inside a cello bag]
Credit goes to Ann M., of IA

Scarecrow Poop

Scarecrows can be cute,
Scarecrows can be scary,
and though they move their feet alot,
they're only sedentary.
But if you leave them to their own,
and find them in the morn,
I'll bet you didn't know-
Scarecrows poop candy corn!

by Kate Lewis

by on Sep. 8, 2008 at 3:09 PM

"We do pumpkin rolls, pumpkin squares, pumpkin pie, pumpkin dump cake, applesauce, carmel corn, carmel apples, roasted pumpkin seeds, dinner in a pumpkin, creamy cocoas, stews, spice cake cupcakes, popcorn hands...all kinds of yummy treats!

by on Sep. 9, 2008 at 8:30 AM

Marshmallow Delights
1 (8 oz) tube refrigerated crescent rolls
1/4 C. sugar
1 T. ground cinnamon
8 large marshmallows
1/4 C. butter or margarine

Separate rolls into 8 triangles.  Combine sugar and cinnamon.  Dip each marshmallow into butter, roll in cinnamon-sugar and place on a triangle.  Pinch dough around marshmallows, sealing all edges.  Dip tops of dough into remaining butter and cinnamon-sugar.  Place with sugar side up in greased muffin cups.  Bake at 375 for 13-15 minutes.  Serve warm.

by on Sep. 11, 2008 at 9:38 PM

How do you nnake this? It sound interesting.

Thank you

Quoting divinity80921:

When my kiddos were little, I traditionally made "Puppy Chow" for halloween and handed it out at the door as well for those goblins who knew us well enough to accept a homemade treat. (Other kiddos got wrapped candy, but the ones who actually knew us knew also to ask for the Puppy Chow. It was a tradition at our house.)

It is super easy to make and looks rather like, well, Purina Puppy Chow.

by on Sep. 11, 2008 at 9:43 PM

go to bright they have lots of ideas!! and

      i get lots of ideas for my kids on the holidays!

                 have a great night!

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