10.25.2011

Chocolate Covered Ghost Strawberries

*This post has garnered a few pinterest mentions lately, so I thought I would share it again with all of my current readers in case you missed it last year. 

Aren't these adorable?  


 I think these little white chocolate-covered strawberry ghosts are the perfect Halloween treat for kids and parents to make together. If you can make chocolate covered strawberries, you (and your kids) can make these.

You'll need:
  • Strawberries
  • 1 pkg. white chocolate or almond bark
  • baking sheet
  • wax paper
  • chocolate sprinkles or chocolate chips 
Here's how:
  • Line a baking sheet with wax paper
  • Slice the tops off of your strawberries.
  • Melt chocolate as directed on package
  • Dip the pointed end of the strawberries in the chocolate and lay them, flat end down on the baking sheet.
  • Apply sprinkles or choco chips for the eyes and mouth.

Eat and enjoy!

This was one of thpse activities that just sort of happened. I knew I wanted to make chocolate covered strawberries, but the "ghost" just came together. Muffin Tin Boy got very into it as went along and was very proud of his creations. With kids, I would expect them to look anything like actual ghosts. :)


*Originally published  October 2010, muffintinmom.com. Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ghosts post republished with permission.


For more fun Halloween treat ideas check out


Eighteen25's Halloween goodies 


and the these super fun halloween themed dipped oreos

17 comments:

  1. Yum! I bet my son would love making the ghosts, but he wouldn't eat them, because he's crazy and won't touch strawberries. I would probably have to eat them all myself (okay, maybe share with Husband and Baby). What a shame that would be.

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  2. Too cute. Much healthier than my halloween treats: http://superheroesandprincesses.blogspot.com/2010/10/marshmallow-halloween-treats.html

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  3. OMG the girls will love this, they are so sweet!! Thanks for the tut :)

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  4. They're TOO cute! And look yummy, too!

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  5. So adorable! My girls are not into the super-creepy Halloween treats, so these will be perfect - thanks! :)

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  6. Super cute and creative!! My little guy will love this :)

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  7. LOVE THIS - totally doing these for our Halloween party!

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  8. k, i am so stealing this idea! haha brilliant!

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  9. These are so very clever, Michelle! What a great (and tasty) idea.xo

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  10. These are so cute!!!

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  11. This makes my day! I will definitely be making these for my kids' Halloween parties!

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  12. These are the cutest!! I tried them today with two 3 year old boys--and wow, not so cute. :) But, in doing so we discovered something with bananas--all inspired from your post! :)
    http://www.momendeavors.com/2010/10/ghost-bananas.html

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  13. so easy to make. but very decorative and cute.

    thanks for the recipe. iM linking. i hope you agree.

    doro.

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  14. thanks for the great idea! Going to make these for my daughters class on Monday!

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  15. I love these little ghostlets and no doubt they are delicious to eat!

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