This post is sponsored by Wilton and JoAnn Fabric and Craft Stores. All opinions are 100% my own. I love working with companies that make excellent products which make the holidays fun!
Today as a part of the 13 Days of Sweet Halloween Treats, I am sharing some Simple Halloween Treats that will have your sweet tooth ghoulishly excited!
I love Halloween, do you? Part of the reason I love it so is because it’s the first holiday of fall! Not to mention it’s a holiday filled with sweets and who doesn’t love sweets? I was so excited to join these other amazing bloggers as a part of the 13 Days of Sweet Halloween Treats series hosted by Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft stores and featuring Wilton Products.
If you have ever baked in your life, chances are you have some Wilton products in your home already. They happened to send me a big box of goodies that I can’t get enough of! You will be sure to see a few more treat ideas from me with some of the products! I love them! You will too!
I started out by melting the candy melts according to the package directions in my microwave. Then, with the help of a spoon, I covered about 1/3 of the pretzel.
While the candy melt is still wet completely cover with sprinkles. I used a dish below to catch the run off and then used that run off to fill in my pretzel.
Let dry standing up in a glass or flat on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet!
For my next three treats I used Jumbo Marshmallows! These little ghost pops are so fun and with the Wilton Food Writer, your little ones can help with this treat!
Insert the sticks into the Giant Marshmallows
Use the Food Writer marker to draw on faces!
The pumpkins I simply used the orange and black candy melts along with a green chocolate candy! Really easy! I waited until the orange was completely dry before I drew on the faces. A little orange melt was used to secure the stem. Pop them each in a Halloween Cupcake Wrapper.
I used a small dab of candy melt to secure the candy eye on the marshmallow. Using the red food writer marker, I drew some extra bloodshots across the eyes. Then I placed in small cupcake liners to serve.
It was so much fun to be a part of this series. I hope this inspires you to make a few really easy and quick Halloween Treats! To help you along how about a coupon?! I love coupons! You can get that here:
Be sure to check out my sweet friends posts that are also part of the series! Pin this post so you can check back and see them all:
October 1st: Skip to My Lou
October 2nd: Blissful and Domestic
October 3rd: Positively Splendid
October 4th: The Crafty Blog Stalker
October 5th: The Girl Inspired
October 6th: 4 You with Love
October 7th: That’s What Che Said
October 8th: Family Ever After
October 9th: Baby Loving Mama
October 10th: Sweet C’s Designs
October 11th: A Pumpkin and A Princess
October 12th: Polka Dot Chair
October 13th: I Don’t Know How She Does It
Once all the posts have been shared, be sure to check back here October 15th – 30th to vote for your favorite sweet treat!