Is it too soon to buy Halloween candy? Last year, I totally dropped the ball on Halloween so this year I've decided to get a head start.
At the beginning of the school year I had Ava's teacher fill out a teacher survey and discovered that she loves chocolate! My kind of gal! Like I mentioned earlier, last year I was the parent that sent their child to school with no costume for the character book parade and forgot about their classroom party. Not cool. So I'm bound and determined to get a head start this year.
Last weekend, I headed to Walmart and picked up a couple bags of Halloween Candy. I decided to go with Butterfinger Peanut Butter Skulls & Butterfinger packs. The Butterfinger Skull Cups are so delicious and the perfect festive touch to any Halloween treat. I'm just hoping they make it until Halloween.
DIY Pumpkin Halloween Treat Bags
I made these super easy pumpkin treat bags for Ava's teacher and classmates. I think the kids will have a fun time opening them up and finding the chocolate inside. You can also fill these with other Halloween goodies like spider rings, erasers, stickers, etc.
Treat Bag Materials:
Halloween Skull Cookie Bars
I decided to make these cookie bars using the Butterfinger Skull Cups to give to Ava's teacher and the ladies in the front office. I made a trial run and brought them to school with me to share with my coworkers. They LOVED them! They were gone in no time!
Graveyard Pudding Cups
These graveyard pudding cups are super easy to make and so festive. They're perfect for any Halloween party.
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