Monday, October 6, 2008

Edible Ghosts

Yes, these are friendly and tasty ghosts! Two of my favorite bloggers "Painted Pink Pot" and "Cackleberry Cottage" had posts about these cute ghosts cookies. They are made out of Nutter Butter cookies and white chocolate. They were very easy to make. Most were dipped on both sides, but a few I just covered the front with chocolate. I figured you could eat a few more that way.

My will power is not what it use to be so I put these six little ghosts, yes there are six in the bag. I guess three ghosts are camera shy. They were sent to a friend's house. I think I will make a few more batched between now and Halloween. They might look cute in the Chinese food containers I decorated a few weeks back. Ah, where did I put them? Just kidding, I know where they are.

I never thought I would use this boo stamp as much as I have.


em's scrapbag said...

What great Halloween gifts. They are so cute.

Carol said...

Good Morning!
I will put this yummy idea on my to do list! How's the weather in your neck of the woods?

Lorilee said...

So cute. Yes they ARE hard to resist! I am thinking I should make some to share this year!

Debbie said...

So CUTE!!! I'm sure they taste good too. I love the way you have packaged them. Wonderful gifts!

liz said...

these are adorable and look delicious!!

Look Beyond The Picket Fence said...

Em, thanks for stopping by, nice to meet you.
Carol, the weather was rather nice today...who knows what tomorrow will bring.
Lorilee, thanks for the idea. Debbie, thanks for the compliment.
Liz, very nice to hear from you, do not be a stranger!

cindy said...

Too stinkin cute! LOVE the packaging! What a perfect Halloween treat!


steviewren said...

That is such a cute little gift! I think I will try and make these with my granddaughter this weekend. She is going to spend the night with me.

Anonymous said...

those were quite tasty..... i hope to eat more soon :D


Anonymous said...

Great Ghosts!

Lavinia said...

I could eat a whole plate of those yummy looking ghosts. Too cute...would it be cruel to pluck off the eyes and eat them first...LOL!! Yummy looking frosting!

Beehind Thyme said...

I love them... I love them... I will be trying these for the trick or treaters. Of course I only have the children that know me & parents that visit at the shop.

Thank you for sharing... Have a Wonderful, Blessful Weekend, Pamela