DIY Halloween Treats | Ghost Cookies

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Besides trick or treating with your kids what other fun things do you do with them that are fun for Halloween?? Do you host parties or make special treats??

Ever since I was a little girl, my mother always did something fun and festive for every single Holiday. Little or big either way it was very appreciated and so much fun. Which is why sharing this today had me pretty excited. Everything thats being shared today literally takes no time at all to create and its specifically just for Halloween! Whether your having a party or you need something fun and easy to do with the kids. They can even help with any of these!

I got together with three other special friends of mine and we created this very fun Halloween Table. All links, recipes and DIY’s below. I’m sharing my little cheat recipe of GHOST COOKIES. Mind you, these were entirely easy to make, my family however loved them so much that I had to make two batches of them.Almost three. They just kept eating them! haha So thankful they only take like 15 minutes to put together! Ella’s been asking everyday to make the ghost cookies again!

Have fun spreading some spooking vibes throughout your home and get into these crafts and treats with your kids!!

Happy Halloween

DIY Halloween Treats | Ghost Cookies
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Recipe type: GHOST COOKIES
  • White Chocolate Chips
  • Milano Cookes
  • Black Icing
  • Sprinkles
  1. Pre heat and melt your white chocolate chips in a bowl.
  2. Line up your cookies on parchment paper.
  3. Dip the whole cookie in melted chocolate chips. Spread around the whole cookie.
  4. Set in fridge for 15 minutes.
  5. Bring out to decorate!

More Halloween Ideas Below From These Ladies

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Keisha Lynne, xx


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