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October is here! I can’t believe that Halloween is only a short time away! With the hustle and bustle that blew through September, I’m looking forward to more time spent at home this month. I plan to work on house projects, writing projects, and getting ready for the holiday season – starting with Halloween!
We love Halloween. Every year the kids get dressed up and our neighborhood fills with hundreds of ghosts and goblins and I make candy goodie bags for them all. We usually end up keeping dinner simple that night and eat some Jack-O-Lantern pizzas, snacks like Pringles Snack Stacks®, Mini Fudge Stripes® and a simple Halloween treat, like these “Sugar Skulls”.
These sugar skulls are great for Halloween because they are super easy to create, and practically everyone in the family can chip in and create their own.
What makes them so easy? Pre-made Rice Krispies Treats®. The hard work is already done! All you need to do is unwrap them, shape them, and decorate them! I love that this classic and delicioius snack has been making memories for kids and parents alike for generations.
Halloween Sugar Skull Treats:
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- 16 Rice Krispies Treat Bars
- Pre-made white, blue, black, and red icing
1. Unwrap the Rice Krispies Treats and set on a platter.
2. Using your hands, form each treat into skull shapes.
3. When complete, pipe white icing onto each treat. After each treat is covered with white icing, pipe faces and designs on using red, blue, and black colors.
4. Serve and enjoy!
What are your Halloween traditions? Is there a certain food or activity that your familiy does year after year? I’d love to hear! Comment below and let us know!
Also, be sure to check out great offers and limited time special pricing on Pringles Snack Packs and Keebler Cookie and Cheez-It Variety Packs at your local Fred Meyer or other Kroger banner store! I shopped for everything at my local Fred Meyer, however you can visit any Kroger or Kroger banner store!