If you’re a Halloween fan, why don’t you take it up a notch by trying out these Halloween Candy Recipes?
As the Halloween season comes closer, you can expect people already planning costumes and checking out decorations. But, how about putting in the extra effort of getting into the Halloween mood by learning how to make your own Halloween Candy?
Packed and store bought candy is fun too but imagine the smile on trick-or-treaters’ faces when they see how intricately done your homemade Halloween candy is! Plus, it would be a fun activity to do when you have kids around the house. Making candy will surely keep them busy!
But take note that you’ll need to start practicing so by Halloween, you can proudly present your homemade candy to guests like a professional chef.
Here are some Halloween Candy recipes you should try out to put a little extra spook on your Halloween celebration:
Homemade Halloween Candy Corn
Candy corn is an iconic candy for halloween. Every trick-or-treater will more likely end up with a few of these in their basket at the end of the festivities. How about making them at home and having your kids help along the way?
Easy Halloween Gumdrop Nougat Candy
Love nougat? Well, give it a dash of Halloween colors and you got yourself homemade Halloween Gumdrop Nougat candy! It’s a treat you wouldn’t mind making even on normal non-spooky days.
Mummy Halloween Rice Krispies Treats
Rice crispy treats always hit the spot and are especially popular with kids. They’re tasty and fun to eat so why not decorate them like mummies and serve them on Halloween? Kids will love to make and eat these!
Halloween Marshmallow Popcorn Balls
These homemade treats can be too cute to eat but you know you can’t help it. Decorate marshmallows up with popcorn to make them look like pumpkins. You can even go the extra mile and decorate them with faces for that extra scare factor.
There are so many homemade candies you can make for Halloween and it can serve as extra bonding time with family. Don’t worry, take the plunge and get excited for Halloween. The more excited you are for it, the more fun you can have!
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