As part of a sponsored campaign for Collective Bias®, I was inspired to create some fun and quick recipes for a Halloween play date using our favorite Mars candies, 7 UP and Hawaiian Punch.
As I’ve been sharing on mamachallenge, I simply love Halloween.
The decor, the fun and the candy make it a perfect opportunity to get together with family friends to catch up before the Christmas holidays. So we invited over a few of the neighbors for a little play date with a spooky celebration theme!
See? Having a little spooky celebration get-together can come together with little work or effort with just a few favorite ingredients! And best of all, after Halloween, what an easy way to use your leftover candy and create a treat perfect for giving in November (just change out your M&Ms for yellow, orange and brown.)
2 cups chocolate chips
16-20 Twix miniatures
15 Snickers miniatures, chopped
20 bags M&Ms, separated into green, orange, brown
Line a cookie sheet with foil. Then spray the foil with cooking spray.
Lay unwrapped Twix on the bottom of sheet spacing them out around 1-2 inches a part.
Next either melt chocolate chips in the microwave or over the stove with a double boiler, until the chocolate has melted and pulls away from the pot.
Pour chocolate over Twix bars on sheet.
Place M&Ms over the top of chocolate bark.
Then sprinkle Snickers over the top.
Place chocolate pan in frigerator or freezer until firm.
Break apart into pieces.
Serve immediately or store in fridge until ready to gift.
2 quarts Hawaiian Punch
2 cups 7 UP
1 cup sherbet (any flavor)
Gummi body parts
Refrigerate Hawaiian Punch and & 7 UP until ready to serve.
Add to Hawaiian Punch and gummi body parts to a large bowl.
Then add sherbet.
Slowly add 7 UP to the bowl.
Serve punch in a cauldron or other fun serving container!