Monday, October 23, 2017

Jack Skellington & Oogie Boogie Rice Krispy Treats

Make these 
The Nightmare Before Christmas treats
for your upcoming
Halloween party
or family movie night!


Rice Krispy Treats Ingredients:

6 cups Rice Krispies Cereal
3 tablespoons butter
1 (10 oz) bag marshmallows

Rice Krispy Treats Directions:

Melt butter in a large pot on low. Add in the marshmallows and keep stirring on low until completely melted. Turn off the heat and add in the cereal. Stir until completely coated.

Spread into a buttered 9x13" cake pan. Let cool overnight. Turn sheet of Rice Krispy Treats onto a piece of wax paper.


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Jack Skellington Ingredients:

1 round cookie cutter
white candy melts
black candy melts
plastic candy decorating bottle

Jack Skellington Directions:

Cut out 5 circles from your sheet of cooled Rice Krispy Treats. Set aside.

Melt your white candy melts according to directions on the back of the bag (microwave 1.5 minutes at 50% power, stirring after the first minute).

Spread a layer of candy coating onto the surface of each round treat. Let cool completely (place in fridge to speed up this process).

Melt the black candy melts and pour into a candy decorating bottle. Draw the outline of Jack's eyes and fill in. Draw his nostrils and mouth. Drag a toothpick through the line of his mouth to make his stitches (watch the above video to see how this is done).

Oogie Boogie Ingredients:

1 gingerbread shaped cookie cutter
neon green candy melts
black candy melts

Oogie Boogie Directions:

Bend and shape your cookie cutter to resemble Oogie Boogie's body (watch the above video to see how this is done). Cut out 5 Oogie Boogies from your sheet of cooled treats. Set aside.

Melt your green candy melts according to package directions. Spoon the green coating onto the surface of each Oogie treat and spread evenly with a spatula. Let cool completely.

Using the bottle of black candy coating, draw Oogie's eyes and mouth. Now draw his seams. Drag a toothpick through the seam lines to create stitches.

Eat and enjoy!

This is Halloween! This is Halloween!


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