Marshmallow Gingerbread Treats Idea

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I found this sooo adorable gingerbread treat idea at the Parents website:

 

What You Need to do:

1.   To make four of these adorable treats, combine 1/2 cup sugar with 2 tsp of cinnamon and ½ tsp of ginger in a bowl.

2.   In another bowl, fill with water.  Melt 1 cup of white chocolate chips, as indicated on package, then transfer the chocolate to a Ziploc bag and snip off a corner.

3.   To form each pop, slide two marshmallows onto a lollipop stick.

4.   Use the melted chocolate to adhere mini marshmallow arms and legs as shown in the picture.

5.   Let the chocolate set.  Dip the pop in the water, then roll it in the sugar mixture until coated.

6.   Pipe on a chocolate face, then use more chocolate to attach heart and confetti sprinkle buttons, bows, and bow ties.

 

Marshmallow Ghost Tarts Recipe

 

 

I think this Halloween treat is too adorable not to share.  I found it at the Tenderflake website.  I have revised the recipe a little bit.  I’m sure this will be admired by all.

 

What You Will Need:

–   12 tart shells (I usually cheat and use the frozen ones)

–   1 package of white chocolate pudding mix

–   12 large marshmallows

–   1 cup of marshmallow topping

–   1 cup of (Stiffly) whipped topping mix

–   roughly 1 black licorice shoestring, to be cut up into about 1/8” pieces

 

What You Will Need to do:

1.   Bake the tart shells accordingly to what is stated on the package and then set aside to cool down.

2.   Make the pudding, as indicated on the packaging.

3.   Equally divide the pudding into the tart shells.

4.   Top each tart with 1 tsp of marshmallow topping.

5.   Place the licorice pieces into each marshmallow to create eyes, like it is shown on the picture above.  Place on top of the marshmallow topping.

6.   With a piping bag, pipe the topping mix on top of each marshmallow to create the ghost swirl type head.

 

*Make sure to refrigerate these until they are ready to be served.

 

 

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