Sunday, October 14, 2012



6 OZ.BAKER'S Semi-Sweet Chocolate
25 JET-PUFFED Marshmallows, divided

Suggested Decorations: 
baker's angel flake coconut 
food colorings
colored sugar 
pretzel sticks
ring-shaped toasted whole grain oat cereal
decorating icing
chow mein noodles
planters nuts
small candies 

MELT chocolate as directed on package. Dip 20 marshmallows, 1 at a time, in chocolate, turning to evenly coat each marshmallow. Gently shake off excess chocolate. Place marshmallows, in single layer, on sheets of waxed paper. Reserve remaining melted chocolate for decorating. (NOTE: If decorating coated marshmallows with coconut hair, place 1/2 cup coconut in small resealable plastic bag. Add 2 drops each green and yellow food coloring; seal bag. Shake to evenly tint coconut. Arrange on tops of coated marshmallows. If desired, pinch coconut into a mohawk cut before placing on marshmallows.)

LET marshmallows stand at room temperature 2 hours or until chocolate is firm.

CUT each of the remaining marshmallows crosswise into 4 pieces with clean kitchen shears. Cut v-shaped notch out of each piece for the shoes. Dip cut-sides in colored sugar. Attach 1 notched marshmallow to bottom of each chocolate-covered marshmallow with a dab of the remaining melted chocolate.
DECORATE coated marshmallows with remaining decorations as desired. For bolts: Cut pretzels into 1/4-inch lengths. Insert 1 pretzel piece into each cereal ring; insert 2 pretzels into opposite side of each marshmallow, securing each with a dab of melted chocolate. For eyes, nose, scars and other hair styles: Decorate marshmallows with remaining ingredients as desired.

Prepare using BAKER'S White Chocolate, blending 2 drops each green and yellow food coloring with melted chocolate before using as directed.

Store in airtight container at room temperature


Anonymous said...

Sounds delicious! THanks so much for sharing!

Tory Richards said...

You're welcome:)

Nancy Bristow said...

Hey Debbie...These treats look r-e-a-l-l-y good and are adorable. I plan to send the recipe to my sister so she can direct one of her sons (particularly the one who does cupcake wars with his daughter)or daughters-in-law to make these for the grandkids.

I'm also going to include the "witch hats" you posted. Thanks. ~Nancy

Tory Richards said...

Hi Nancy! As I get older I believe the easier the better. I'll be posting another cute Halloween treat that also requires no cooking. No mess:)

Hope you're doing well.