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Halloween Witches Brooms

 Well hello there! Lazy Halloween Magpie is back again with another cheater Halloween goodie for you all! Little Halloween witches brooms, ready for you just to pop into your mouth and enjoy.

This one is almost embarrassingly easy to make, I can’t believe I am actually even posting this. I figure however, that there have to be mom’s just as busy – or even busier- than I am that are also looking for really fast Halloween goodies that will thrill the kids.

These are going to take about 5 minutes of your time to make, not including the time at the grocery store. However I am sure a lot of you are like me and these two foods are a staple in your cupboard? I am rarely without Reese’s PB cups and stick pretzels are a lunch staple for the kids.

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All you need are:

Reese’s miniature Peanut Butter cups, the ones in a shiny wrapper, not the small bag of unwrapped ones.

A bag of stick pretzels.

Take the wrapper off of the Reese’s PB cup and proceed to gently insert the stick pretzel into the middle. You don’t even need to make a hole first with a skewer or anything if you are careful and they hold a lot better this way.

Make one.

Eat one.

Repeat.

Actually, if my math is correct, that’s not going to get you very far, so perhaps eat every third one?

Halloween Witches Brooms

Your family will be hovering over you and sneaking these, guaranteed. I swear my children can smell peanut butter cups a mile away.

They have inherited this trait from their mother, of course.

I hope you love these as much as I did! These will be gracing the table at my open house this year. The lovely thing is that if your guests eat them all, you can make another batch in 5 minutes.

Thanks for reading everyone!

Love,

Karlynn

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Hey guys, I'm Karlynn! Welcome to The Kitchen Magpie, my website full of family friendly recipes, cocktails & homesteading tales of chickens & cows from the family farm! Make sure to check out my bestselling cookbook, Flapper Pie & a Blue Prairie Sky ,stay tuned for info on my second cookbook!

10 Comments

  1. KatieCawood Reply

    Finally, a dessert even I can make. This a cute idea. :) 

  2. Carol Turton Reply

    Great Idea, Thank you. I will make these for my munchkins at school!!!

  3. Sheri Wilhauk Schatschneider Reply

    Very cool! Something so simple! Why couldn’t I think of that!!

  4. The Kitchen Magpie Reply

    They are really good! Salty and chocolate peanut butter? Yes please!

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