Halloween haystacks gift in a jar

Halloween Haystacks Gift In A Jar Recipe

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Stormy Stewart


So you are having a party and need a center piece. Look under the directions for a great little idea that is sure to please.


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12 stacks
5 Min


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1 c
chocolate chips (in a baggy)
1/2 c
flaked cocoanut (color it orange with a drop each of yellow and red mixed together
3/4 c
chow mein noodles

How to Make Halloween haystacks gift in a jar


  • 1Layer in a wide mouth pint jar.

    decorate and attach a tag saying:
  • 2halloween hay stacks

    Nothing else needed
    Toss coconut and chow mein noodles in a medium bowl and set a side. Place chocolate in a bowl and mic for 30 seconds. stir well and mic another 15 seconds if it wasn't completely melted. stir well and pour over the noodles and coconut, mix well and drop by spoonfuls onto wax paper. Allow to harden for an hour. Makes 12 stacks.
  • 3Ideas for serving: Place on a large plate with crushed cookie crumbs to look like dirt and add a few coffin cookies or ghost marshmellows

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About Halloween haystacks gift in a jar

Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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