Fun Unicorn Treats

 

 

 

Who doesn’t love some colourful treats for the kids or even yourself? These fun unicorn treats will be something that you can even make with your children or young members of your family.

Spend some time in the kitchen on a rainy day and make some memories with these easy to make treats.

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Halloween Baking Fun Recipes

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Halloween is one of my favourite holidays. We decorate up the outside and bake some snacks.

Pick your favourite recipes and have your children make them with you for some quality family time!

These are some Halloween Baking Fun recipes that your family may enjoy!

 

 

1. DIY Candycorn Marshmallows~ Bird’s Party Blog

2. Halloween Bark ~ Sweet Designs

3. Pumpkin Rice Krispies Treats ~ Cincy Shopper.com

4. Frankenstein Pancakes ~ The Joys of Boys

5. Vampire Floats ~ Shaken Together

6. Spider Web Halloween Cupcakes ~ Pizzazzerie

Easy Halloween Treats for Kids

Creepy Eyes

What you will need:

1 box of vanilla cake mix

cupcake papers

vanilla icing

red piping gel

Reese’s pieces

Directions:

Follow directions on the cake mix box to make cupcakes. Let them cool. Ice them with vanilla icing. Put Reese’s pieces in the middle of cupcake. Use piping gel to make lines in the cupcake.

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Spider Crackers

What you will need:

Ritz crackers (or any round crackers)

peanut butter or wow butter

chow mein noodles

raisins

Directions:

Smear a small amount of peanut butter onto the inside of one cracker. Place 4 chow mein noodles on one side of the cracker followed by 4 more on the other side. Place the remaining cracker on top. To make the ‘eyes’: dab two spots of peanut butter near the top of one crackers to ‘glue’ the raisins into place.

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Breadsticks bones

What you will need:

1 Tube of refrigerated pizza dough

10 cheese strings

2 tablespoons of butter

1/2 tablespoon of salt (you can skip this if you want)

1 cup marinara sauce (heated)

 

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Open pizza crust and cut in half width-wise, then slice into 10 rectangles.Roll one string cheese stick in the center of each rectangle. Press the dough to secure it closed around the cheese. Create the ends of the “bones” by rolling the extra dough until it reaches the top of the string cheese stick. Press it to form two knobs at the top and bottom. Place on a parchment-lined baking sheet and repeat until all string cheese is wrapped in dough. Brush butter over the sticks with a basting brush.Sprinkle with salt. (optional) Bake for 12-15 minutes, or until golden brown.Remove from oven and cool slightly before serving with marinara for dipping!

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