Witch's Hands !

Colleen Sowa


We have been making these since I was a girl... My mother use to go all out for every holiday.... One year my daughter and I made 300 of these hands to give out for Trick or Treaters.... A fun project..... and something different to hand out.... We could hear children yelling out to others..."Go to that house! They have cool treats!"

*** You can also used already popped corn, Cheetos, Cheese balls, Fritos, etc... But popcorn is my favorite!

*** I use food service gloves (I get them at the deli department of my grocery store) or I use Powder Free surgical gloves.

★★★★★ 5 votes
4 hands
15 Min
10 Min
Stove Top

Blue Ribbon Recipe

Notes from the Test Kitchen:
What a cute and creepy Halloween party favor! These are really easy to make. And who doesn't like popcorn?!



6 c
poppped popcorn (i prefer airpopped corn, but this time i used microwave popcorn, i have also used store bought prepoped corn or cheetos)
pieces indian corn or candy corn


4 large
powder free surgical gloves or food service gloves
rubber bands, bread ties or pieces of ribbon (to seal the "hand bags")
1 small
sharp knife (to poke a small hole in fingertips of gloves)


1Pop your popcorn (about 6 cups when popped).
2Set out the food service or powder free surgical gloves.
3Using a small sharp knife, poke a small hole in the tip of a finger in the glove.
4Gently push an Indian Corn or Candy Corn through the hole in the fingertip to create a "fingernail".
5Repeat until all of the "fingernails" are in place.
6Put popcorn in the fingers of the glove.
7Fill the rest of the glove to form the hand.
8Seal the "hand bag" with a rubber band, bread tie or a piece of ribbon.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Collection: Halloween Treats
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy
Hashtag: #halloween