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Marshmallow Ghost Hot Chocolate

The Halloween fun continues! Today I’m sharing my marshmallow ghost hot chocolate treat. This is a perfect way to get into the Halloween spirit with the kids.

Marshmallow Ghost Hot Chocolate for Halloween

 

Marshmallow Ghost Hot Chocolate

Ingredients

  • Large marshmallows
  • Edible food marker - can be purchased at Michaels or cake decorating stores
  • Halloween paper straws

Instructions 

  • All this entails is getting some marshmallows - preferably the large marshmallows.
  • Then draw on your ghost faces with your edible food marker.
  • Once complete, press into the straw and then stir into your hot chocolate!
  • Throw a few extras into the hot chocolate and let them melt.

Marshmallow Ghost Hot Chocolate Halloween

 

Check out our other Halloween baking treats:

Spooky Halloween Cookies

Easy Spooky Halloween Ghost Cookies

Mummy Cake Pops

Mummy Cake Pops

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20 comments on “Marshmallow Ghost Hot Chocolate”

  1. Bernadyn @ B is 4

    This is so cute and so simple to do. Something kids will enjoy helping with, too! Co-hosting and visiting from WW with Oh My Heartsie Girl. Pinning this, thanks!

  2. Maryann @ Domestically Speaking

    Super cute! I’m featuring it tonight in my Friday Features. Thanks for linking up to Inspire Me Monday.

    1. Thanks Leslie! They are cute and a fun way to get the kids or your hubby in the spirit of Halloween! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Erin @ The Speckled Palate

    Stopping by from the Pretty Pintastic Party, and OH MY GOODNESS, are these little ghost marshmallows cute or what? Our first child is due in March, so no babies here to enjoy this goodness, but I have no doubt my husband and I would appreciate these nonetheless!

    1. Lol no need to have kiddos to enjoy these. This would be a fun Friday night (or any night) treat t enjoy with your hubby! Congrats on the baby, too!

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