Halloween Spooky Marshmallow Witches

| October 16, 2015 | 10 Comments

Halloween Spooky Marshmallow Witches recipe

These Marshmallow Witches are so yummy and easy to prepare with your kids. They will make adorable treats for a Halloween party. This recipe makes about a dozen witches, but you better make more as they won’t last long!

Happy Halloween!

Halloween Spooky Marshmallow Witches

Ingredients:

  •  1/2 cup vanilla frosting, divided
  •  36 miniature semi-sweet chocolate chips
  •  12 large marshmallows 
  •  1 drop each green, red and yellow food coloring
  •  1/4 cup flaked coconuts
  •  12 chocolate wafers
  •  12 miniature peanut butter cups (optional)
  •  12 milk chocolate kisses

Directions:

In Process 3

 

1. For the face of each witch, place a dab of frosting on the bottom of three chocolate chips; press two for eyes and one for nose onto each marshmallow.

 

In Process 2

 

2. For hair, combine green food coloring and a drop of water in a small plastic bag; add coconut and shake well. Spread a small amount of frosting on sides of marshmallows; press coconut hair into frosting. Place 3 tablespoons of frosting in a small heavy-duty plastic bag; tint orange with red and yellow food coloring. Set aside.

 

In Process 4

 

3. To make hats, spread some of the remaining frosting in the center of chocolate wafers. To make tall hats press peanut butter cups upside down into frosting and add a Hershey kiss on top. If you like shorter hats lightly spread bottoms of chocolate kisses with frosting; place on tops of chocolate wafer cookies. Cut a small hole in the corner of pastry or plastic bag; insert a small star tip. Fill the bag with frosting and pipe stars around the base of the hat. Secure a hat to each witch with a dab of frosting.

 

Halloween Spooky Marshmallow Witches

Halloween Spooky Marshmallow Witches
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Ingredients
  1. 1/2 cup vanilla frosting, divided
  2. 36 miniature semi-sweet chocolate chips
  3. 12 large marshmallows
  4. 1 drop each green, red and yellow food coloring
  5. 1/4 cup flaked coconuts
  6. 12 chocolate wafers
  7. 12 miniature peanut butter cups (optional)
  8. 12 milk chocolate kisses
Instructions
  1. For the face of each witch, place a dab of frosting on the bottom of three chocolate chips; press two for eyes and one for nose onto each marshmallow.
  2. For hair, combine green food coloring and a drop of water in a small plastic bag; add coconut and shake well. Spread a small amount of frosting on sides of marshmallows; press coconut hair into frosting. Place 3 tablespoons of frosting in a small heavy-duty plastic bag; tint orange with red and yellow food coloring. Set aside.
  3. To make hats, spread some of the remaining frosting in the center of chocolate wafers. To make tall hats press peanut butter cups upside down into frosting and add a Hershey kiss on top. If you like shorter hats lightly spread bottoms of chocolate kisses with frosting; place on tops of chocolate wafer cookies. Cut a small hole in the corner of pastry or plastic bag; insert a small star tip. Fill the bag with frosting and pipe stars around the base of the hat. Secure a hat to each witch with a dab of frosting.
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  1. Caroline says:

    These look really easy to make! Can’t wait to try them out for our Halloween party!!

  2. Caroline says:

    Made a trial batch this morning for the kiddos to see how it would go down for the halloween party…they loved them! Thanks.

  3. kathy downey says:

    I am going to make these with the grandkids on Friday,so cute

  4. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    These are adorable, I’m glad they are fairly easy to make, perhaps my grandchildren would like to make some 🙂

  5. kathy downey says:

    We made these last nightjust fr a sample they are so cute

  6. Amy Lovell says:

    These are just too cute!!!! Cant wait to make these! MAybe as little santas for christmas!

  7. kathy downey says:

    A few changes and this would be the perfect snowman head

  8. loriag says:

    I missed this one for Halloween, will have to save it.

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