RIP Halloween treats recipe
Here’s my first go at making themed treats for a holiday. A little insight to the me that is Milk and Cookies, a younger S, if you will, was one of super enthusiastic dressing up, I was athletic so no, I wasn’t a nerd (debatable). But, I went bizerko for themed anything. In my older years, you are expecting me to say I’ve matured, but I haven’t. There were a few dodgy finding myself judging other people years, but I still go gaga for the hoopla.
I miss America in times like these, we as a general people, really do love our holidays. Sure, it’s commercialism and capitalism at its pinnacle but I find that if I sift through all the bullshit, deep down, we Americans just love to celebrate, anything with gifts and food (especially food).
This, however, is the first time I’ve involved cooking into this tradition of the holiday spirit.
So, here goes, maybe I’ll be one of those moms who sends their kid to school with awesome holiday snacks…. or maybe I’ll be one of those moms who eats all the holiday snacks and makes their kid eat healthy carrots. Only time can tell.
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Cooking Time: 20 minutes prep
- salted toffee rice krispies treats (recipe here)
- 1/2 bar of any standard white chocolate (about 50g)
- gummy feet (can find at any local grocery store)
- melt chocolate in microwave or on the stove until soft
- use a toothpick to add chocolate “glue” to the bottom half of the feet
- hold the foot to the open side of the krispies treat for 10 seconds, then add other foot
- use toothpick to write on chocolate side of krispies treat
- let set in the fridge until ready to serve
Melt that chocolate and try not to eat it!
Glue the feet on holding for 10 seconds each.
Use the toothpick to write on the chocolate side of the rice krispies treat