Thursday, October 14, 2010

Marshmallow Halloween Treats

We have quite the stash of marshmallows for some reason and I decided to get creative with some of the huge campfire marshmallows left over from the summer.

A Wilton food writer marker turned marshmallows into ghosts and mummies.

R and I melted some orange and green Wilton candy melts to cover a few marshmallows.


The green candy coated marshmallows became Frankenstein's monster with a little help from black icing, white frosting, and chocolate chips.


I'm sure you can guess what became of the orange coated marshmallows....

our very own pumpkin patch!  
(The stems were created with green Betty Crocker cupcake icing - the kind you squirt out of the can.)

The Halloween fun has begun!

*I was not compensated by Wilton or Betty Crocker; I just thought I would let you know what I used!  If Wilton or Betty Crocker would like to compensate me, I won't turn them down though!

15 comments:

MaryAnne said...

These are really cool! Maybe I'll invest in some candy melts =)

Jennifer said...

So cute -- and YUMMY!!!!

An Almost Unschooling Mom said...

My children would want to put the ghost, and the mummy into the microwave, to watch them blow up :)

Debbie said...

I love the pumpkins. Those turned out so cute.

Natalie PlanetSmarty said...

This is so cute. I can see those giant marshmallows in our future :)

Miller Moments said...

So cute!!!

Christianne @ Little Page Turners said...

So those are just plain awesome! The frankenmallow is my favorite. :)

Anonymous said...

What a fun activity!

Jenny said...

LOL at your disclaimer! Wouldn't that be nice!

These are so cute. I just saw some huge marshmallows at WM the other day.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

These are so cute. The pumpkins fit so well with the book I featured this week.

Thanks for linking to Read.Explore.Learn.

Be Brave, Keep Going said...

How cute are those!! my kids LOVE marshmallows!

Ticia said...

Because my kids needed another excuse to eat marshmallows, or as Princess calls them "Marshpallows." Yes, that is a p.

And, I SO am doing this, as soon as I remember to get the markers.

Michelle said...

Oh my goodness these are adorable and I am sure really yummy too!!

Shereen said...

What a cute idea!

Sherri said...

Absolutely love it!