Preparing homemade Halloween treats is a great way to (pumpkin) spice up your holiday gatherings. So before you raid the candy aisle at your neighborhood grocery store, try some homemade favorites that are sure to be a hit at your fall parties. These treats are fun, festive, and may even save you a buck or two in the long run. That’s why our friends at Brit.co have come up with this helpful list of the top do-it-yourself Halloween treats for 2020.
Homemade Peanut Butter Cups
As one of the most coveted Halloween treats, homemade peanut butter cups are a great way to add some homemade goodness to your holiday party. These easy-to-make treats only require two ingredients: chocolate and peanut butter. For a more authentic touch, pick up some candy molds to mimic the shape of traditional peanut butter cups.
DIY Almond Joy
These tasty treats are perfect for the coconut lover in your life. Just add condensed milk to sweetened coconut flakes and stir until combined. Then, shape your mixtures into egg-shaped molds and gently press an almond into each mound. Lastly, drizzle mounds with chocolate and let them rest in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
Homemade Snickers Bars
Made from scratch, real nougat can be a pain. That’s why we’ve subbed it out for a simple mix of peanut butter and marshmallow crème. All you’ll need from there are some store-bought caramel squares. Leave the candy thermometer in your drawer with this sweet and simple DIY snickers bars
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Vegan Chocolate Caramel Bars
For the meat-free friend in your life, give these Vegan chocolate caramel bars a try. These healthy, no-bake treats only require a few ingredients and are perfect for promoting healthy living while still enjoying sweets. They’re great on the go, and are sure to cure your sweet tooth craving every time.
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