Easy White Chocolate Halloween Ghost Breadsticks
These little white chocolate ghosts are super easy to make - and they would make a perfect sweet snack for a kids Halloween party.
All you need are some non-flavoured breadsticks, white chocolate, and chocolate writing icing. Dip the breadsticks in white chocolate, draw little faces on them and let them dry overnight.
After dipping the breadsticks in white chocolate I stuck them in a jar to dry. I used a bit of rice to be able to keep them upright, but if you aren't too fussed with them being uniform all over, you could just lay them on a baking sheet. After the sticks were dry I drew the little faces on them with chocolate writing icing, and left them to dry over night.
Pretzel sticks would work as well - in fact I wanted to use them as I think the sweet and salty combination would work great, but couldn't find them at our local supermarket. You could also use chocolate chips instead of eyes and a mouth, and stick them on before the white chocolate has completely melted.
These tasted quite good - and I bet kids would love them. We might make a few to give to trick and treaters this coming Halloween...
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What a great ideal that looks so simple to do! #tastytuesdayReplyDelete
So easy, even kids could do it :)Delete
How clever, these caught my eye straight away on the #TastyTuesdays linky!ReplyDelete
I do have to be honest, they aren't exactly my invention... :) I saw them somewhere too, and just had to try make my own :)Delete
These are brilliant! I love them, they are so well thought out :) #TastyTuesdaysReplyDelete
They do look quite funny :) Even if someone told me on Twitter they look like cigarettes... :DDelete
These are great, and I think pretzels would work brilliantly! #tastytuesdaysReplyDelete
Pretzels would have been perfect... I can't believe finding pretzel sticks is so difficult though.Delete
These are so cute! #tastytuesdayReplyDelete
Thank you :) I've seen so many cool Halloween snack ideas lately, next year I'll have to try some more.Delete
I so love hoe easy this is and how yummy looking =) #TastyTuesdaysReplyDelete
*how (sorry for wrong spelling).Delete
Thank you - and even if I do say so myself, they were yummy :)Delete
Great idea for both keeping the kids busy and keeping them happy. Thanks for linking to #CookBlogShareReplyDelete
Definitely, nice little crafty thing to do with kids, and you get to eat them too!Delete
These look absolutely brilliant, love the idea! Pinning now on my Halloween board for next year. #TastyTuesdaysReplyDelete
Thanks for pinning them! I've been meaning to get pinterest now, I never used to see the appeal before, but lately I've found lots of good ideas from pinterest boards...Delete
Love these. Such a simple but effective idea. Potato would live to make them and I'm always looking for new ideas to try out with him.ReplyDelete
Oh I am sure he would love them - if not to eat then definitely to eat :)Delete
So cute! Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdaysReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting :)Delete
These look like great little treats for Halloween, I love them! x #RecipeoftheWeekReplyDelete
These are, I ate so many of them, more than my little one... :DDelete
This is so nice and simple! I'm going to get Ethan to have a go. I think he will enjoy doing it and eating them too. haha!ReplyDelete