ghostly candies

Stormy Stewart


These little guys are to cute and yummy too. Great spooky treats for your next halloween party, or let the kids help and create a wonderful memory together.


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  • 1
    roll fruit by the foot fruit snack, or any flexible fruit roll -any flavor
  • ·
    small pretzel sticks (2-3 inch size)
  • 2/3 c
    white chocolate chips
  • 1 small
    bag mini chocolate chips (milk or semisweet-your choice)

How to Make ghostly candies


  1. Line cookie sheet with wax paper.
    Unroll & unwrap fruit roll.

    With Kitchen sheers cut 3/4 inch fringe along one side of the roll and then cut into 2 inch sections. If using a normal fruit roll, 1st cut into 1X2 inch rectangles & then cut fringe along the bottom 2 inch side.

    Wrap each pretzel stick along one end with a 2 inch section of the fringe and press edge to seel. This will be the broomstick.

    Place each broomstick on wax paper about 4 inches apart.

    Melt white chocolate chips in microwave or in a double boiler.

    After white chocolate is melted drop about a teaspoon crossways onto middle of pretzel stick. Use tip of spoon to shape into a ghostly form sitting on the broomstick.

    Press 3 mini chocolate chips into each ghost to form eyes & mouth.

    Let stand at room temp for about 45 minutes or place in freezer until set (about 5-10 mins).

    Peel candies from wax paper and serve.

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About ghostly candies

Course/Dish: Candies Chocolate
Other Tags: Quick & Easy For Kids

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