I’m partnering today with Dixie Crystals to bring you this fun, easy Halloween treat.
Surely you’ve picked your costume for Halloween, right? I have a little scary spider hat that I like to wear. It’s more of a fascinator than a hat, but it gets the job done — to creep out anyone who is at the door when I answer it.
Even more than my freaky fascinator, though, I’m known for my ghoulish sweets and Halloween foods. I’ve scared many a classroom party with these…
- Witches’ Digits
- Monster Marshmallows
- Shrek’s Dirty Q-Tips
- Maggots on Meat
- Deviled Spider Eggs
- Gory Green Monster Eyeball Dip
- Cheesy Egg Mummy
- Green Alien Guts
Not to rest on our past laurels, though, we’re back today with the easiest, sweetiest (yes, that can be a word), lightest little Halloween treats ever to hit your party table.
These are going to look so cute scaring the rest of the dessert goodies away.
They’re so easy to make. Gather your ingredients (chase away any spiders!)…
Whip some egg whites to oblivion, sweeten with sugar, mound onto your baking sheet and bake low and slow, so they remain white.
The kids can even get in on the action with placing the eyes or faces, and the older ones can pipe the meringue.
Whether they’re for your own family, for the neighborhood block party or your kid’s classroom, let’s make some Haunted Halloween Ghosts, shall we?
For younger parties, you will want to keep them merely spooky, as above.
The kids can decide what kind of faces they want, with candy eyes, gel eyes or angry eyebrows.
But for older parties…
…you could indulge some people’s love of horror…
…with candy knives or other decorations that are suitable for a true fright night.
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I’ve partnered with Dixie Crystals today in conjunction with Sunday Supper. You know Dixie Crystals as a trusted Southern brand for 100 years. They sweeten up our lives with all sorts of sugar products, from granulated and powdered to dark and light brown sugar. They also have Steviacane, which is a mix of Stevia and sugar. One of their company goals is to get families to spend time together in the kitchen making memories through food. That fits right in with our Sunday Supper mission to encourage families and people across the world to spend time around the family table. Sunday Supper, as we say, starts off as one day a week and soon becomes a way of life.
They’re also sponsoring a fun Dixie Crystals Scary Scramble Halloween contest. Want to join in? Unscramble the words for a chance to win a KitchenAid mixer. Sign up here.
For more sweet ideas, please connect with Dixie Crystals on their social media sites:
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Check out the rest of our Sunday Supper recipes
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Fang-tastic Candy Treats
- Creepy Pumpkin Seed Brittle by Sunday Supper Movement
- Easy Halloween Fudge by The Dinner-Mom
- Soft and Chewy Apple Cider Caramels by Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
Boo-tiful Cakes and Pies
- Cheesecake Mummies by Bobbi’s Kozy Kitchen
- Cinnamon Frosted Pumpkin Spice Layer Cake by Crazed Mom
- Gluten Free Spooky Chocolate Cupcakes by Fearless Dining
- Graveyard Cupcakes by Peanut Butter and Peppers
- Halloween Cupcakes by Recipes Food and Cooking
- Halloween Whoopie Pies by The Chef Next Door
- Mini Jack-O-Lantern Cakes by Renee’s Kitchen Adventures
- Mummy Apple Hand Pies by Eazy Peazy Mealz
- Pumpkin Chocolate Ganache Cake by Taste And See
- Pumpkin Cupcakes by Flour On My Face
- Gingerbread Zombies by Family Foodie
- Halloween Spider Cookies by Moore or Less Cooking
- Halloween Sugar Cookie Bars by Savory Experiments
- Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies by Alida’s Kitchen
- Witch Hat Cookies by Dizzy Busy and Hungry
Other Bone-chilling Goodies
- Bloody Crème Brûlée by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- Haunted Halloween Ghosts by Shockingly Delicious
- Individual Candy Corn Fruit Salad Dessert by Hot Eats Cool Reads
- Monster Munch Popcorn Snack Mix by A Dish of Daily Life
- Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Cobbler by The Gold Lining Girl
- Vampire Collins Cocktail by kimchi MOM
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Dixie Crystals in conjunction with a social media campaign through Sunday Supper LLC. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands I partner with, which keeps the test kitchen humming here at Shockingly Delicious.