Hello! I am Lisa and I blog at Over the Big Moon. I am beyond thrilled to be here today. One of my bucket list items has been to contribute to Spooktacular September, so this is a big day for me! Thank you Jen, Jodie, and Jamie!
Today I wanted to share an easy and fun snack to make with your kiddos this Halloween season.
All you need is Bugles, white chocolate, chocolate, wax paper, and helping hands. We used both the regular Bugles and the caramel flavored ones. It is a wonderful combo of sweet and salty.
I set my boys up with one dish of melted white chocolate and one dish with milk chocolate. I also placed a wax paper runner in the middle of the kitchen table.
They took turns dipping one side and placing it on the wax paper. Once it was dry they switched and dipped the second side.
If you are making these for a party, I would recommend not using little helpers as they tend to lick their fingers a little!
It was fast, easy, and my boys loved making (and eating) them!
You could even use orange dipping chocolate for the bottom layer. I hope you will come visit us at Over the Big Moon and get to know us a little better! We love to blog about family, traditions, and fun! Have a wonderfully spooky and Happy Halloween!
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Super cute!! I love the pics of them licking their fingers. That's always the best part of helping. My girls tended to eat more of the chocolate than actually putting it on anything so your kids good!! Thanks for the great idea!!
Sweet and salty! Yummmm…we're having a party here at the campground so I think I'll make some of these!
so cute and simple to make… my kids are going to love this.