Halloween Treats

Bakers Concoct Halloween Treats

Bakers and confectioners are warning that “ghost time” is coming. On Halloween, homes are transformed from pretty flowers and suburban decorations to haunted houses with spider webs and ghosts. Men and women, young and old, buy or make costumes. Who will it be this year? Your favorite superhero or a bunch of grapes? Oh, the possibilities are endless.

Kids get ready to go door-to-door collecting sweet treats. Pumpkin buckets are filled with candy bars and purchased treats, but why not make it special this year and give them some delicious homemade treats?

These Halloween-inspired treats will be enjoyed by kids and adults alike, just like the treats at the bakery.

Mummy’s Mouth

Cut a handful of red apples, such as McIntosh or Red Delicious, into slices and seed them without peeling Take a piece and cut it lengthwise. Place one half on a plate, brush with peanut butter and top with marshmallows. Brush one side of the other apple half with peanut butter and place it on top of the marshmallows. The result will look like you’ve clenched your teeth.

Tombstone Pudding

Fill a clear cup with chocolate pudding. Crumble the Oreos and place them on top of the pudding. Take a round cookie-like Nutter Butter or Vienna Cake. Coat the cookie with RIP frosting and place it in the pudding – a delicious chocolatey treat that everyone will love.

Pumpkin Muffins

There are many ways to decorate your favorite cupcake (we recommend the pumpkin cupcake) in a spooky way. You can make orange frosting and decorate each cupcake individually in the shape of a lantern. This is a fun activity you can do with your kids and friends. Make muffins with orange frosting and have the kids draw faces on the muffins with black frosting. With a toothpick, draw lines from the center outward, like the spokes of a bicycle. The effect looks like a spider’s web.

The bakery owners wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween with lots of sweet treats. For special occasions, some stores also prepare and decorate Halloween cakes and other themed cakes.

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Bakers and confectioners are warning that “ghost time” is coming. On Halloween, homes are transformed from pretty flowers and suburban decorations to haunted houses with spider webs and ghosts. Men and women, young and old, buy or make costumes. Who will it be this year? Your favorite superhero or a bunch of grapes? Oh, the…

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