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Halloween Marshmallow Witches are frightfully fun and dreadfully delicious! These faBOOlous no-bake Halloween treats are perfect for Halloween celebrations, class parties, and spooktacular after school snacks. Best of all, they’re eerily easy to make!

My favorite thing about Halloween isn’t dressing up in a costume or watching a scary movie — it’s the Halloween treats! Creating and crafting is always fun — especially when there are cute Halloween snacks involved. And it’s even more fun when those DIY Halloween treats are easy-to-make — just like these Halloween Marshmallow Witches!

Halloween Marshmallow Witches are frightfully fun and dreadfully delicious! These faBOOlous no-bake Halloween treats are perfect for Halloween celebrations, class parties, and spooktacular after school snacks. Best of all, they're eerily easy to make! #Halloween #HalloweenTreat #marshmallowtreats

Make this year’s Halloween the sweetest and spookiest one yet with these faBOOlous DIY Halloween Witch treats. These Halloween marshmallow treats are so cute and tasty they’ll have everyone cackling with joy and screaming for more!

Plus these cute witch treats are so easy-to-make they’re ghoulishly great for a Halloween classroom party or after school snack that the kids can make themselves!

Halloween marshmallows Witches snack

How to Make Halloween Marshmallow Witches

Making Halloween Marshmallow Witches is eerily easy. All you need are a few common ingredients and a little creativity. And since there is no melting, dipping, or coating involved, these Marshmallow Witches can be finished in minutes!

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ingredients to make Halloween Marshmallow Witches

Halloween Marshmallow Witches Ingredients

These wacky and wicked marshmallow witches call for nothing more than a few common ingredients. They are spookily simple, too! You can find everything you need on Amazon or at Walmart or your local grocery.

  • marshmallows
  • white gel icing
  • purple decorating icing
  • Halloween colored sprinkles
  • chocolate wafer cookies (I used Oreo halves with the filling scraped off)
  • chocolate kisses
  • miniature chocolate chips
  • candy eyes – green
  • coconut
  • edible food marker – green or black
  • gel food coloring – green

Halloween Marshmallow Witches Instructions

Begin by coloring the coconut for the witches’ hair. Place some shredded coconut in a small sealable plastic bag, then add few drops of green gel food coloring. Seal the bag, then shake well until all of the coconut shreds have turned green. Pour the hair out on to a plate and place it to the side.

Next, make the hats. Add a small amount of gel frosting to the center of each chocolate wafer and then press on a chocolate kiss. Allow it to dry for a few minutes.

assemble Halloween Marshmallow Witches hats

Then, use the purple frosting with a star tip, white gel frosting, and Halloween sprinkles to decorate around the base of each chocolate kiss.

decorate with hats with purple icing and Halloween sprinkles

While the witch hats are drying, use the gel frosting to attach a pair of candy eyes and a miniature chocolate chip nose to the ‘front’ side of each marshmallow. Allow the icing glue to set.

use gel icing to attach eyes and nose

Next, add coconut hair to each marshmallow witch by spreading a small amount of gel frosting on the sides and back of the marshmallow. Then roll the frosted sides of the marshmallow into the coconut hair on the plate.

use gel icing to attach green coconut hair

Lastly, place the hat on each witch using a dab of frosting to secure, then use a food marker to draw a mouth.

attach hats with icing gel

Allow your Halloween marshmallow witches to sit for a bit to ensure the frosting dries before serving. And that’s it! Your wacky witches are finished! Are they insanely cute?!

easy Halloween snack

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Printable Recipe – Halloween Marshmallow Witches

Yield: 12 marshmallow witches

Halloween Marshmallow Witches

Halloween marshmallows Witches snack

Halloween Marshmallow Witches are frightfully fun and dreadfully delicious! These faBOOlous no-bake Halloween treats are perfect for Halloween celebrations, class parties, and spooktacular after school snacks. Best of all, they're eerily easy to make!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 12 marshmallows
  • 12 Chocolate wafer cookies
  • 12 Chocolate kisses
  • 12 miniature chocolate chips
  • 24 candy eyes - green
  • 4 tbsp shredded coconut
  • Halloween colored sprinkles
  • Purple decorating icing
  • White gel icing
  • Green food coloring (gel works best)
  • Edible food marker (black or green)

Instructions

    For the Witches Hair

    1. Place some shredded coconut in a small sealable plastic bag, then add few drops of green gel food coloring.
    2. Seal the bag, then shake well until all of the coconut shreds have turned green.
    3. Pour the "hair" out on to a plate lined with a paper towel, and set to the side to dry.

    For the Hats

    1. Make the hats by adding a small amount of gel frosting to the center of each chocolate wafer and then press on a chocolate kiss. Allow it to dry for a few minutes.
    2. Use the purple frosting with a star tip, the white gel frosting, and the Halloween sprinkles to decorate around the base of each chocolate kiss.
    3. Allow to dry.

    For The Witches Faces

    1. Use the gel frosting to attach a pair of candy eyes and a miniature chocolate chip nose to the 'front' side of each marshmallow.
    2. Use a food marker to draw a mouth.
    3. Allow the icing glue to set.

    Putting It All Together

    1. Once the faces have dried, add coconut hair to each marshmallow witch by spreading a small amount of gel frosting on the sides and back of the marshmallow. Then roll the frosted sides of the marshmallow into the coconut hair on the plate.
    2. Place a hat on each witch using a dab of frosting to secure, then allow to dry before serving.


Nutrition Information:

Yield:

12

Serving Size:

1 marshmallow witch

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 466Total Fat: 20gSaturated Fat: 10gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 209mgCarbohydrates: 75gFiber: 4gSugar: 53gProtein: 4g

Nutritional information is automatically calculated with ingredients and serving size and may not be accurate. Please always double check with your own nutritional apps as well.

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