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Halloween is just around the corner so why not impress your friends and family with one of these spooky treats to get them into the Halloween spirit!
These perfect snacks give you a chance to be creative and decorate the pretzels how you please, why not see who can make the scariest ghost pretzel with your friends? Here's how:
What you'll need:
Around ten pretzels sticks
A quarter of a bag of white chocolate chips
Roughly five semi-sweet chocolate chips.
How to make your ghost pretzel:
Step 1 - Place the white chocolate chips in a pot on the hob and heat for approximately one minute until they are fully melted. Remember to stir continuously so the chocolate stays smooth.
Step 2 - Carefully dip the pretzels in the melted white chocolate until they are covered evenly then place the pretzels on parchment paper to set.
Step 3 - Once the white chocolate has hardened on the pretzel heat the semi-sweet chocolate chips until they are fully melted. Finally dip a toothpick in the heated chocolate and use it to draw eyes and a mouth on the pretzel and there you have it, your very own spooky ghost pretzel to enjoy!
Many people think of either sweets or pumpkin soup when it comes to Halloween treats, here is one fun savoury dish which is quick to make and yummy to eat!
What you'll need:
6 jumbo frankfurters
5.5 ounces of refrigerated bread sticks (6 breads sticks)
Ketchup and mustard
How to make your mummy dog:
Step 1 - Preheat the oven to 375 F and open the packet of breadsticks
Step 2 - Stretch the breads ticks and wrap the dough around each frankfurter separately allowing a bit of the frankfurter to show through the bread
Step 3 - Place two capers on each frankfurter for eyes.
Step 4 - Bake for around twelve minutes in oven until the bread around the frankfurter turns golden brown. Remove from oven and serve, once cooled, with ketchup and mustard!
Can you think of other cool Halloween treats you'd like to know how to cook? If so comment below we'd love to hear your suggestions!
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