Caramel Apples, Halloween Rice Crispy Treats and other Halloween Treats

Happy Halloween everyone!

Got some free gifts for you today, a reminder how to make an all-time Halloween treat favorite and some discounts to some delicious Halloween sweets.

I will also answer a candy-making question from a visitor, present you with an interesting Halloween candy fact as well as open the floor to any other candy gift or candy-making questions you may have.

First for the free gifts...

Halloween Greeting Card Printables

Send these cool Halloween printable greeting cards to someone you care about or drop them in your gift boxes or gift bags to go along with your tasty Halloween candy gifts. Print them off from any ink jet printer with the sturdy paper of your choice, but they're designed to be printed onto Avery greeting card stock #8315. They fold over and will fit into a small envelope. The Avery card stock includes the envelopes.

To receive your free Halloween greeting cards printables, click this Halloween Gifts link to be directed to the web page then insert the password "candygifts" (without the quotation marks). You will see where to download the PDF file from there. There are other digital gifts on this same page if you haven't already picked them up before.




Learn to Make Caramel Apples for Candy Gifts

Got Caramel Apples? These time-tested Halloween treats are great for any Halloween party and are not that tough to make. Learn how to make caramel apples . Take 'em to work, to a party or eat them with the kids. Yummy!


Special Offer

Looking for a Halloween candy gift for someone special? No time to make it yourself? Shari's Berries has some out-of-this-world Halloween decorated chocolate dipped strawberries and brownie pops. And guess what? I have some discounts for you...

Both of these offers expire 10/31/2010.


Halloween Candy Fact

Who invented Candy Corn? And what is it made of?

Candy corn was created in the 1880s by George Renninger of the Wunderlee Candy Company, the three colors of the candy replicate kernels of corn.

Candy corn is made primarily from sugar, corn syrup, artificial coloring and binders. A serving size of 22 pieces contains 140 calories and no fat.


Candy-Making Question

How do you decorate Halloween Rice Crispy Treats ?

This is a great question a visitor asked. There are two traditional ways that I know of. One is to use colored frosting (or color vanilla frosting yourself), however, the frosting is not going to provide a great taste so I prefer to cover them in colored white chocolate. Find out how to make chocolate covered Halloween Rice Crispy Treats


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