Perfect for a unique Halloween treat, Boo-ti-ful Ghosts are spooky and tasty, made with NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Premier White Morsels. Wrap these in pretty cellophane paper and ribbons for an extra special presentation.
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20 mins. to Prepare
2 mins. Cooking Time
15 mins. Standing Time refrigerating
37 mins. Total
LINE baking sheets with wax paper.
PLACE morsels and shortening in large, microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on MEDIUM-HIGH (70%) power for 1 minute 30 seconds; STIR. Morsels may retain some of their original shape. If necessary, microwave at additional 10- to 15-second intervals, stirring just until melted; cool slightly.
PLACE lollipop sticks on prepared baking sheets, spacing about 6 inches apart.
SPOON melted morsel mixture halfway over lollipop sticks into ghostly shapes. Decorate with candies. Refrigerate for 15 minutes or until set.
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I MADE THESE THIS WEEKEND WITH MY CHILDREN . THEY WERE EASY AND THE KIDS HAD SO MUCH FUN. THEY WANT TO DO THIS FOR CHRISTMAS NOW.
I made these for Cupcake toppers for Halloween!! My children and nieces and nephews enjoyed them very much a little something extra for there cupcake on HALLOWEEN!
These are VERY sweet. And I wouldn't reccommend them for trick or treaters as most parents won't allow home made treats. Perhaps for a school party or gathering at home, but not for kids going door to door.
We made these for easter, poured them into bunny cookie cutters, but we couldn't put a stick in them! So we called it "bunny fudge"!
This is so easy to make. The kids just love them and they can hepl too. It makes a fun day for all.
I was pleased with how easy it was to make this treats. We made several different sizes and used them to decorate cakes for our Fall Carnival. I can imagine using the same technique with different shapes for other occasions, too. Thanks!
I plan to use this recipe in my classroom. The kids will love it. Of that I am sure.