Let the sugar rush begin!
Caramel apples in orange spider webs were a hit at the party.
The Halloween favor bags in the background were a hit with the kids, of course!
Oreos dipped in orange melting candy made a sweet cookie even sweeter.
What’s a Halloween party without candy?
And yes, many people did dare eat it!
Halloween dipped marshmallows added color and fun to the table.
Even the water bottles got the Halloween treatment.
My kids were the taste testers for these dipped marshmallows and my 6 and 8-year olds gave their approval on them.
Not only are they cute, they’re super easy to make. I melted down 50 pink and 50 yellow Wilton’s melting chips to get the orange color. Insert a lollipop stick into the bottom of each one, dip in the melted candy coating, then add sprinkles on top……voila, a cute Halloween treat! The Halloween sprinkles add color and a crunch to each bite too.
These are also really cute as gifts. You can buy lollipop wrappers at your local craft store and tie them off with a ribbon and a tag. What little vampire wouldn’t want to sink his teeth into these?
I used glass cups filled with rice and decorated with ribbon to stand the marshmallows up. I also die cut the spiders on my Cricut machine and glued it on some printed sticker paper I designed and now the three containers are cohesive. These three are destined for my Halloween party dessert table tonight!