Edible Skeleton Bones & Other Halloween Treats!

Spookify your Halloween party menu with these easy and fun Halloween Treats, especially these Edible Skeleton Bones!

Edible Skeleton Bones by FamilySpice.com

After all of this serious cooking, I’m ready to have some fun! I love finding silly recipes for Halloween. Whether it’s for my kids’ classroom party or our annual neighborhood block party, my family and I really get into mischief with Halloween. And with some kid-friendly, Halloween-inspired snacks to serve, everyone will get into the “spirit” of things!

These skeleton bones (click here for recipe) aren’t for your dog! They are easy to make and the kids will love the sweet and salty combination. Made from pretzel sticks, mini marshmallows and melted chocolate, these baby bones will be gobbled up quick!

Halloween Hummus by Familyspice.com

Not everything you serve to your ghoulish guests has to be full of sugar! What every Halloween party needs is the classic hand-in-the dip! Use your favorite dip or hummus (click here for recipe). For the hands, cut down carrots for fingers, and use the dip to glue down your almond fingernails!

Halloween Treats: Apple Fangs by FamliySpice.com

And of course, another classic, Apple Fangs! If you are using large apples, cut your apple in half, and then in thirds. Remove a small section of apple from the center, fill with peanut butter and use almond slivers for fangs.

Easy Halloween Recipes For Your Block Party: Caramel Apples by FamilySpice.com

One last classic, before I sign off: Caramel Apples (click here for recipe). Hello??? What says Halloween or Fall more than caramel apples????

Happy Halloween everyone!

Edible Skeleton Bones

Spookify your Halloween party menu with these easy and fun Halloween Treats, especially these Edible Skeleton Bones!

Ingredients:

  • 36 pretzel sticks
  • 72 marshmallows, small
  • 12 oz white chocolate chips

Directions:

  1. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Assemble the bones by pushing both ends of the pretzel stick into the flat side of the mini marshmallows using:
    • 36 pretzel sticks
    • 72 marshmallows, small
  3. Place in a double boiler over just simmering water:
    • 12 oz white chocolate chips
  4. Stir frequently until chocolate chips have melted.
  5. As soon as chocolate chips have melted, remove the entire double boiler from the heat.
  6. Dip each pretzel-marshmallow bone into the melted chocolate and lift out with a fork, letting the excess drip back into the bowl.
  7. Lay the bones on the prepared baking and refrigerate for 30 minutes to harden the chocolate. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

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Yield: 36 pieces

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9 Responses to Edible Skeleton Bones & Other Halloween Treats!

  1. Suzanne at #

    I love all of it, so much. I have a recipe for finger cookies now I want to make them and all these too.

  2. What fun treats! They are great for a nice and spooky Halloween party.

  3. ~RED~ at #

    OHHH SO COOL!!!! !

  4. How fun and creative! I love the healthy ideas too! We will have to give a few of these a go! thanks for sharing!

  5. So cute!

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