Thursday, September 30, 2010

Dipping Ghosts....

Today I thought I would surprise the kids with some goodies after school. I call them
Dipping Ghosts! And of course for me, I made a recipe card! I used my Justrite #2 Block with Favourite Occasions Set. I had to cut out my own dripping look, since I missed out last year and did not buy Martha's great punch she had out at Halloween.

Now, I must tell is a must to use the Cadburys Dairy milk just has that real creamy taste! We have done the taste test here, and hands down it does taste the best.

First melt your chocolate making sure not to burn. Place stick in marshmellow so that you can roll it into the melted chocolate.You can either dip the whole marshmellow into the chocolate or just the top.To get that drizzle down look, just take a toothpick and pull the chocolate down from the top!

This year I am going to make these for our little trick or treaters. We don't get too many coming by here in the country...but the ones that do come...I love to spoil!!!
I hope you have a wonderful day, and thank-you so much for popping in and visiting!


  1. Hi Christine. Wow!!!! I just love all your recipe cards and this one is brilliant. Must let my youngest daughter give the recipe a try, sounds quite similar to top hats but without the smarties, as she loves making these. Donna

  2. Hi there sweetie......What a gorgeous creation as always!! Those treats look soooooooooo yummy!!!
    Love and hugs
    Emma and Susan

  3. Oh my...lucky me I have just eaten some chocolate otherway I had to go now and grab some....yummy...this looks soo yummy! =) Although I can not get that stuff here (marshmellows) in Austria.

  4. Oh wow Christine - they look fab and i will definitely be trying them for my Halloween party - look out for my post tomorrow -- i am setting the challenge at By the cute and Girly this month
    Lisa ;)

  5. Hi Christine it all looks so scrummylicious.
    hugs chris xx

  6. Oh...that is just so yummy!! I love your recipe card and your photos look luscious enough to eat. Now I am hungry!!

  7. Ooh, YUM! Those look good. I'm sorry I've been missing but our grandson (#10) was born early Tuesday morning so I've been quite tied up with visits to the hospital. I'm actually here to once again grab your chocolate chip cookie recipe. We tried it and loved the cookies so I'm off to the store to get ingredients to make more since Mommy and baby are back home now. I'll try to catch up soon.

  8. Brilliant Christine, I must do a few of these for halloween night.
    Last year I had a knock at the door and when I went to answer there were about 15 witches waiting for me (not exagerating either) so I will be prepared this year, and your lovely marshmallows will help out alot and so easy to do. Thank you Debbiexx

  9. Oh Christine, these are making my mouth water ~ Scrummy! Loving the recipe card too.
    Hugz Fleur xXx

  10. Christine, I wish you lived next door! These are so cute and your kids are going to love what you have done. Recipe card is so darn cute. WONDERFUL......thanks for sharing.


  11. Chistine they look so yummy!!! Your recipe folder is filling up beautifully, another gorgeous card to add to it!
    Angela x

  12. They look wonderful, I may have to try them. Your recipe card looks great too.

  13. WOW!! Looks so yummy!! Im coming over.LOL..Cute recipe card too..
    Hugs, Linda

  14. OK, this looks so good, lucky me I haven't done my grocery shopping yet, LOL! Fabulous recipe card, have a great weekend! Hugs Nilla

  15. Oh these look so yummy and easy!! I will have to try this and I even have some white sticks.. Your recipe card is wonderful Christine..I love the No trick Just treats!!

  16. Oh yummmmmmmmm! Okay, so now I need to go to the grocery store and not only make the chocolate chip cookies, but I'm gonna HAVE TO try these too! How cool and FUN!


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