Halloween is coming up! I love creating recipes for each Holiday, so even though we don’t really celebrate Halloween that big in the Netherlands I did come up with a nice recipe. Although I don’t think you can call these Halloween popsicles a recipe as it’s more a Halloween DIY idea. Decorating popsicles for Halloween is a great activity to do with your kids, but also for every grown up that likes food!
These Halloween popsicles might not be very spooky but they are very cute!
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For this Halloween I made a ghost and a mummy popsicle and below I’m sharing with you how you can make them as well.
Need more Halloween food inspo? Check my Pinterest board with (vegetarian) Halloween recipes here.
For the ghost popsicle I used a white chocolate ice cream bar and a milk chocolate decoration marker. These edible decoration markers can be found at your supermarket with the baking and cake mixes. I started with a wavy line at the bottom of the popsicle and filled the rest with the chocolate marker. If you see the lines from the decoration marker to well, use the tip of a knife to smoothen. I also made the eyes with the chocolate decoration marker.
For the mummy popsicle I used a milk chocolate ice cream bar and white fondant (or marzipan). Take a bit of white fondant and roll it to become a flat rectangle. Use a sharp knife to cut strips from it. Take a bit of fondant to make rounds for the eyes. And then place the white strips as mummy bandage around the ice cream bar.
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