Trick or treat, gimme something ghoulish to eat! Look no further, because these White Chocolate Ghosts are the perfect treat for a spooky Halloween celebration.
They’re BOO-tiful AND delicious!
This year, I’ve been having a blast with my Halloween baking. Since the beginning of the season, I’ve gone all out with my baking, creating desserts like Ghost Meringue Cupcakes and Bone Sugar Cookies. Last year, I even whipped up these Mummy Cookies which were such a hit!
I wanted to go the extra sweet route with my next recipe, and that’s how I came up with my White Chocolate Ghosts.
On a recent trip to Bulk Barn, I spotted a set of Halloween Chocolate Molds and I immediately grabbed them. Bulk Barn has a huge section of candy melts so I just knew that I needed to make some ghost-themed bonbons for Halloween.
What’s great about my White Chocolate Ghosts is that, with every bite, there’s a colourful surprise! If you take a peek, you’ll see that the inside of the chocolate is bursting with Halloween-themed nonpareils. One thing’s for sure: these desserts are ALL treats and no tricks!
My White Chocolate Ghosts are simple to prepare (Your kids will love lending a hand!) and just oh-so-perfect for October 31st.
Come on, everyone! Let’s dig in!
Here’s how to make your own batch of White Chocolate Ghosts:
White Chocolate Ghosts with a Candy Filling
What You’ll Need:
- Silicone molds of your favourite Halloween characters – we opted for the ghost mold we found at Bulk Barn
- One cup white candy melts
- Piping bags
- Halloween-coloured nonpareils
- 1/4 cup chocolate chips
Place candy melts into a microwave-safe bowl and microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring between each interval.
Once the candy is completely melted, pour into a piping bag.
Use the piping bag to fill each cavity of the Halloween mold halfway.
Add nonpareils sprinkles on top of the melted candy.
Fill each section up with more melted candy. Allow to set for at least one hour.
Melt chocolate chips in the microwave, about 20 seconds.
Remove from Halloween mold.
Stir chocolate to get it smooth and use a toothpick to fill in the chocolate ghosts’ details (ie.: eyes and mouth). Allow to set for at least 20 minutes.
Serve, enjoy, and have a happy Halloween!
More Halloween Treats
If your kids enjoyed these spooky Witch Finger cookies, then they will have fun making these Halloween treats too!