Guest Post: Pumpkin Trick-or-Treats
I'm so thrilled to be back again guest blogging for MyCandyCrafts.com. I was so inspired by all of the goodies offered by MyCandyCrafts.com
that I HAD to do not one, but TWO tutorials for Halloween. Let's get started!
Here's what you'll need
Pumpkin Trick-or-Treat Cupcakes
Pumpkin Trick-or-Treat Rice Krispies Pops
Here's the how-to for Pumpkin Trick-or-Treat Cupcakes
Bake cupcakes and frost with orange frosting.
With a sharp knife, very carefully slice a small amount off the top of a gumball.
and cut small pieces of the licorice wheel for the handle. The gumball
is hollow inside so tuck the licorice in so it bends. Place in freezer
for a few minutes to keep the shape.
package directions, melt a small amount of orange candy melts and frost
the top of the gumball. Add the frozen handle and a variety of
Place on top of cupcake.
Here's the how-to for Pumpkin Trick-or-Treat Rice Krispies Pops
Roll Rice Krispies Treats into a ball, slice off top.
Melt orange candy melts according to package instructions.
Place lollipop stick about 1/4 of the way into the candy melts and then into the Rice Krispies Treat. Let dry.
dip Rice Krispies Treat into melted orange candy melt. Tap the stick
against your finger so the excess will drip off. Place in Styrofoam to
Using a wooden skewer, make a small hole on the top of the treat for the
licorice handle. Dip licorice ends into orange candy melt and push into
Frost top of the treat and add Skittles and other candies if desired.
With an edible marker, draw pumpkin face on the front.
A super cute addition is to fill the Halloween Candy Cups
with candy and hang them from branches for a fun centerpiece.
With these little tricks your treats will be a great addition to any Halloween party!
You are amazing...I will get my grandkids and make some of your precious ideas...thanks so much for sharing..