Simple, no bake Halloween snack cake ghost treats for classroom parties or a simple after school snack.
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I love Halloween! I always pin these amazing looking desserts year after year but never end up finding the time to create them. So this year, I decided to find some things that we could definitely find the time for this holiday season and add some fun to our usual schedule.
My kids don’t seem to care if the dessert is super elaborate or super simple. It is amazing but if it has sugar, they like it. One of my goals this year is to just “do.” To stop worrying if the activity or recipe is perfect, and just do it. My kids love it and I am having some fun too!
No Bake Halloween Snack Cake Ghost
You know when your kid’s school sends home a note that you need to send a Halloween treat to school for the party, tomorrow? Yes, you knew that Halloween was 10/31 but it just has the tendency to sneak up on you. And now you need something cute to send to school that wont’ keep you up until 3 am making…
These white chocolate ding dong ghosts will delight the classroom and help you keep your sanity. Reading this blog post will literally take you more time than whipping up a box or two of these no bake Halloween snack cake ghosts.
And if you want a less spooky option, try these No Bake Pumpkin cupcakes, perfect for a Harvest or Fall Party.
–Box of Hostess white chocolate ding dongs
Creating the Ghosts
It doesn’t get any easier than this! Just draw on two dots for eyes and a bigger dot for a mouth. I think they turned out too cute for a preschool/elementary school party.
This no bake Halloween snack cake ghost fit the bill for the perfect class party treat. Easy. Tasty. Cute. Now you are done with your Halloween duties and can move on to more important things like Witch Wine (see how I just made your wine festive? Go have a glass, you earned it).
Would your kids love these ding dong ghosts?