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Bloody Bones #CreativeHop

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I love making fun foods for each holiday that rolls around. This year, I am going to spend some time making really cool and festive Halloween treats — like my Bloody Bones.

Bloody Bones

This is one of the easiest sweet treats you will ever make. They look scary, bloody, and remind you of a pile of bones from a graveyard or something like that.

I did not do a step by step for this recipe because it is so simple to make. You only need 3 ingredients — mini marshmallows, pretzel sticks, and white almond bark. From there, it is simple as that.

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You can do them as just regular bones, or if you want to get that bloody look, you can take red food coloring and add a bit to make it look like they are super broken!

So here is what you need to do —

Take a pretzel stick and 2 mini marshmallows and put them on the end of each pretzel. Then, melt your chocolate in the microwave and roll each pretzel stick in the chocolate and place on was paper to harden.

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For the bloody ones, simply drizzle on some red food coloring while it's wet and that's it! Pile them up on a plate and serve to all the kiddos for a fun and frightful treat.

Bloody Bones #CreativeHop

Bloody Bones #CreativeHop

Ingredients

  • 1 bag of pretzel sticks
  • 1 bag of mini marshmallows
  • 1 package of white almond bark
  • red food coloring

Instructions

  1. Take a pretzel rod and place a mini marshmallow on each end
  2. Set them aside.
  3. Melt the almond bark in the microwave and then roll each pretzel rod in the almond bark. Take red food coloring and place on several bones and leave some white. Serve to friends and family.

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Melinda Dunne

Monday 28th of September 2015

Those are spooky little treats, that I'm sure the kids love.

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Mistee Dawn

Monday 21st of September 2015

Oh wow! These are super cool and creative! I will definitely be making some of these! So fun for Halloween!

Ellen Christian (@ellenblogs)

Monday 21st of September 2015

Yikes! That does look realistic! My son would love these!

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