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Boo-ti-ful Ghosts

Boo-ti-ful Ghosts
Makes:
12
Prep Time:
20
minutes
Total Time:
37
minutes
based on
59 reviews

Perfect for a unique Halloween treat, Boo-ti-ful Ghosts are spooky and tasty, made with NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Premier White Morsels. Wrap these in pretty cellophane paper and ribbons for an extra special presentation.

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In this recipe:


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Ingredients:

  • Wax paper
  • 2 cups (12-oz. pkg.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Premier White Morsels
  • 3 tablespoons vegetable shortening
  • 12 lollipop sticks (found in craft stores)
  • Assorted candies for decorating (such as Spooky WONKA NERDS)

Directions:

LINE baking sheets with wax paper.

PLACE morsels and shortening in large, microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on MEDIUM-HIGH (70%) power for 1 minute 30 seconds; STIR. Morsels may retain some of their original shape. If necessary, microwave at additional 10- to 15-second intervals, stirring just until melted; cool slightly.

PLACE lollipop sticks on prepared baking sheets, spacing about 6 inches apart.

SPOON melted morsel mixture halfway over lollipop sticks into ghostly shapes. Decorate with candies. Refrigerate for 15 minutes or until set.


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    fun with the kids

    LINDA ANDERSON from SHOREWOOD, IL

    I MADE THESE THIS WEEKEND WITH MY CHILDREN . THEY WERE EASY AND THE KIDS HAD SO MUCH FUN. THEY WANT TO DO THIS FOR CHRISTMAS NOW.

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    su-weet

    DIANNE BRUBAKER from STURGIS, MI

    These are VERY sweet. And I wouldn't reccommend them for trick or treaters as most parents won't allow home made treats. Perhaps for a school party or gathering at home, but not for kids going door to door.

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    Boo-ti-ful Ghosts

    Pamela Stanfield from AKRON, OH

    This is so easy to make. The kids just love them and they can hepl too. It makes a fun day for all.

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    So Easy!

    Terri Taylor from CARMEL, CA

    I was pleased with how easy it was to make this treats. We made several different sizes and used them to decorate cakes for our Fall Carnival. I can imagine using the same technique with different shapes for other occasions, too. Thanks!

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    clever idea

    Kay Ford from BLOUNTVILLE, TN

    I plan to use this recipe in my classroom. The kids will love it. Of that I am sure.

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    Ghosts

    Ruby Yoder from ASHTABULA, OH

    I will be making these ghosts to decorate a Halloween-Cake. I will make a sheet cake with the theme of a cemetery, with ghosts everywhere. I made one of these cakes last year but made the ghosts from cake, this recipe , using melted chocolate will be much easier.

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    Boo -ti -ful ghosts

    Maryann O'Neill from COATESVILLE, PA

    I made these for the kids in the neighbor hood for halloween treat and they loved them.

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    for "Little Ghosts"

    Virginia Greene from OLD TOWN, ME

    After reviewing this recipe, I find that this is a recipe that will be exceptionally good for little children to participate in making "ghosts" for Hallolween; with the supervision of an adult. I think that my grandchildren will enjoying making something a bit different than cookies. Great idea!

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    FUN HALLOWEEN TREAT!!

    Lydia Hawkins from EVERETT, WA

    I made these for Cupcake toppers for Halloween!! My children and nieces and nephews enjoyed them very much a little something extra for there cupcake on HALLOWEEN!

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    Any Holiday will do!

    Jan Wilkins from BLYTHEVILLE, AR

    We made these for easter, poured them into bunny cookie cutters, but we couldn't put a stick in them! So we called it "bunny fudge"!

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    Fun for kids

    Laura Surmeian from CHATSWORTH, CA

    Great and easy recipe that the kids will love.

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    fun

    Audra Flowers from JEFFERSON, TX

    Made these for a kids halloween birthday party. They were a big hit.

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    Fun for Kids

    Marlene Hyson from

    My 6 yr old neice had a ball making these. She made one for everyone in the family. They all looked a little different, which adds to the enjoyment.

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    Boo-ti-ful ghost

    billie curtis from Bakersfield, CA

    I made this ghost for my granddaughters halloween party at school the kids really enjoyed. We will be making them again

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    Boo-ti-ful Ghosts

    Dajah from

    This is such a good recipe. I made four extra batches just for the family! I got to go because my kids need help putting it in the oven!

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    You've been Boo'ed!

    Lori Clifton from Matthews, NC

    I made these for a fun neighborhood tradition of "You've been Boo'ed" we leave treats and instructions to pass the kindness of sharing along. I had sooo many neighbors asking for the recipe...my little ghosties we're simply delicious!

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    boo-ti-ful ghosts

    DEBBIE CARUSO from VINELAND, NJ

    My grandchildren and I had fun making this recipe It is really easy and fun to make.

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    Boo-ti-ful Ghosts

    Janie from Frankfort, KY

    I loved this recipe!!! It was easy, easy, EASY. Not only did the kids love them, but so did the adults. I'll be making several batches next year.

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    Boo-ti-ful Ghosts

    NANCY COWLISHAW from POCATELLO, ID

    These turned out really cute. We stuck the sticks down into the outside of a pumpkin and used it for the centerpiece on the refreshment table.

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    boo-ti-ful

    Amanda from Chanute

    This recipe is GREAT! It's cheap, fun, fast, and easy! My three year old had a blast picking out different colored eyes, noses, and mouths! I had to use mini craft sticks they worked great also, but they are longer than regular lollipop sticks; which is easier for younger kids to hold on too!

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    Ghosts

    Ruth Wyant from PORTSMOUTH, OH

    This was easy and the neighborhood kids loved them just as well.

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    Fun to Make!

    Judy Hand from Pleasant Plains, IL

    The ghosts were fun to make. Grandkids just loved making and eating them. This is such a great idea.

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    try milk chocolate

    kristin craft from ravenna, OH

    Loved the idea but am not a fan of white chocolate so we made whiches hats with milk chocolate instead. It's a wonderful treat for children of all ages.

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    Oh so cute and easy!

    S Nelson from POMARIA, SC

    I just made these for my son's class and they were just so easy to make. I was very pleased with how cute and unique they turned out. They were Boo -ti-ful!

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    Spooky-Fun Treat

    Juliana Escalante from Northridge, CA

    Fun treat to make with the kids. I made these chocolate lollipops with my two sons. They had fun decorating them and it was quick and easy for me to make.

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    B. Cervantes

    Barbara Cervantes from Huntley, IL

    My daughter and I had a great time making the ghosts. I added food coloring and made pumpkins also. My guest and kids really loved them.

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    cute ghosts

    Debbie Marcy from WYOMING, PA

    These are so easy and so much fun!! My 2 little neices were visiting and had a blast making them. Thanks for a fun and easy recipe!!!

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    Boo-ti-ful Ghosts

    Esther Johnson from Spokane, WA

    This was great! My grandaughter's loved doing them.It was quick and easy enough for them to on their own and I let them decorate them too.

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    Ghost

    Jenny Jasper from Garnett, KS

    These ghosts were fun and easy. Cookie Cutters work great for different shapes.

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    Good Idea!

    CHERI BODENSTEIN from JACKSON, MO

    I can't wait to try this recipe. I plan on taking this just a bit further, tinting the candy and making leaves and other fall items for a fall party I am having soon. Thanks for the idea.

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    Fun & easy

    Jackie Rubenacker from Dahlgren, IL

    These are a great idea, easy to make and a hit at our local halloween party.

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    so bootiful

    Donna Strawbridge from Dauphin, PA

    These are easy and delicious-we loved making and eating them- now we have to make them and try to save some for Halloween

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    Booooo-ti-ful Ghosts

    casey from

    I have never made these but, they are so cute and, look quite interesting to make. So I think me and my boys will have a wonderful time making these on Halloween.

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    this is one to use for years to come!

    CHRISTINA DEMIERE from MELBOURNE, FL

    At first I was nervous to try my hand at making candy "ghosts", but they were SO easy and a definite hit with my daughter's Girl Scouts' group! After we made a batch and handed them out at this week's meeting to the girls in her group, she wanted me to make more to take to her favorite teachers since the girls liked them so much! (And they're quick to make, too!)

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    Great Tasty Treat !!!

    Bonnie from CT

    I thought this was a fun idea , fun easy and no mess ... What more could u ask for with a kids project ..

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    Good Traveler

    Timothy Riley from BEACH PARK, IL

    I sent this to a friend this year and when he opened the box his eyes lit up. He said they made the travel very well through the mail, and they were very nice to have when his grandchild came over

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    BOO-TI-FUL GHOSTS

    CHERYL MESSMORE from HOWELL, MI

    MY 5-YR. OLD GRANDDUGHTER AND I MADE THESE, AND I DON'T KNOW WHICH ONE OF US HAD MORE FUN, HER OR I...AWESOME RECIPE TO MAKE WITH YOUR CHILDREN/GRANDCHILDREN.

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    Too cute !!

    Bridgitte Wright from CLARKSVILLE, TN

    These are a wonderful treat & the kids just love them !

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    bootiful

    nella parker from Hersey, MI

    These were so fun to make. Plus I got a head start on a fun theme for Halloween. Thanks

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    Boo-ti-ful Ghosts

    ANNMARIE MOTT from NORTH BABYLON, NY

    Sooo easy! The kids had a great time making them and eating them.

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    boo-ti-ful ghosts

    Larue Vaccarino from MARION, VA

    This is a fun, easy, and cheap way to make the kids happy. This is a great way to spend time with the kids.

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    these are great.

    natosha passmore from SEARCY, AR

    I think this recipe is great, they are so cute and kids love them, its a great treat for Halloween.

  •  Star(s)

    Fun Pops

    nikki from newyork

    This recipe is not that hard to make. I took me about 30 minutes to make the most. Plus the ingredients are cheap. When i took this recipe to a halloween party. The people loved at the party loved it.

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    Boo-ti-ful ghosts

    Janese Rosevelt from WHITE LAKE, MI

    OK. . .they're fun!! I had to try them before giving them to anyone! You can really get creative with these little things! I like them!!

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    Won-der-ful Idea!

    LORENE GOBERT from OPELOUSAS, LA

    At first, I thought these little ghost would be to hard to make. But after a few tries they turned out great. This is a really cute idea. I had lots of fun making them and the kids had lots of fun eating them!

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    boo-ti-ful ghost

    becky devore from

    We (11 yr old son) didn't have the white chocolate morsels on hand so we tried the milk chocolate morsels to make (sorta) a witch....they were pretty good. My son enjoyed putting the candies on. Good flavor. More fun to try to make the right shapes.

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    Boo-t-ful Ghosts

    MARNY FOLTZ from YUMA, AZ

    Very cute and easy. I used a cookie cutter to make my shapes.

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    Boo-ti-ful Ghosts

    Donna Madsen from HOBOKEN, NJ

    I will enjoy making these with my two oldest grandsons for halloween. They enjoy baking with me and this is a good way to help them do this.

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    Super treats!!

    CAROLE LOSCZYK from OCALA, FL

    These are added to the already full list of treats I am making for my grandchildren. Thanks for the great but easy recipes!!!

  •  Star(s)

    Boo-ti-ful Ghosts!!

    lorraine walters from OMAHA, NE

    What a cute idea! We did a trial run of these and wrapped them with orange and purple cellophane and tied them with curling ribbons. I am going to make these for my nephews class come Halloween. Thanks for the cute idea!!

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1/12 of recipe

Servings Per Recipe: 12 

    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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    Boo-ti-ful Ghosts

    Ingredients

    • Wax paper
    • 2 cups (12-oz. pkg.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Premier White Morsels
    • 3 tablespoons vegetable shortening
    • 12 lollipop sticks (found in craft stores)
    • Assorted candies for decorating (such as Spooky WONKA NERDS)

     

    Directions

    LINE baking sheets with wax paper.

    PLACE morsels and shortening in large, microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on MEDIUM-HIGH (70%) power for 1 minute 30 seconds; STIR. Morsels may retain some of their original shape. If necessary, microwave at additional 10- to 15-second intervals, stirring just until melted; cool slightly.

    PLACE lollipop sticks on prepared baking sheets, spacing about 6 inches apart.

    SPOON melted morsel mixture halfway over lollipop sticks into ghostly shapes. Decorate with candies. Refrigerate for 15 minutes or until set.

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