How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

October 29, 2019

 

We’ve been trying out some frightful Halloween makes and bakes over the last few days, and these have got to be one of my favourites. It’s totally because they are super-dupa easy to make *put together, but, also because they taste pretty good with a cup of tea. Yass! Here’s how to make Halloween ghost biscuits (complete with wonky eyes and drippy faces).

 

 

How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

 

You will need:

1 pack of Biscoff biscuits (or those rich tea ones in the same shape)

A bar of white chocolate

Squeezable icing in a tube

 

 

Step 1

Break up the bar of white chocolate for melting. Little Button prepared the chocolate and I then microwaved it till the chocolate was gloopy. I would usually do this in zaps of 10 to 20 seconds to be on the safe side, or you could over do the chocolate.

 

How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

 

 

Step 2

Dunk your biscuits face first into the melted white chocolate and then place on a lined baking tray to dry.

 

How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

*Sorry about the crazy orangey coloured photos!

 

 

Step 3

Place your Halloween ghost biscuits in the fridge for approximately 20 mins to dry.

 

Step 4

Let your imagination run wild and draw on your ghost faces with the icing tubes. Don’t worry about the crazy perfectly imperfect faces, it all adds to the end result.

 

How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

 

 

Step 5

Enjoy your Halloween ghost biscuits with a cup of tea or glass of milk.

 

How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

 

 

I’m not sure how long these will keep, but, as they are incredibly easy to make, they could be made on the day for a sweet Halloween treat.

 

 

 

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How to make Halloween ghost biscuits

 

 

Do you have any favourite Halloween treats you like to make?

 

 

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8 responses to “How to make Halloween ghost biscuits”

  1. These look so good and so easy to make!! My kids would love trying these out for Halloween

  2. Ha ha I love them! I had a go at making some slime monster biscuits (I got carried away with adding green food colouring!) it was a fun couple of hours!

  3. Sarah Howe says:

    These look so simple to do! Great idea for the kids. Hope you have a lovely Halloween.

  4. Kim Carberry says:

    These are fab and look so simple to make! x

  5. Anne Sweet says:

    They look really ghoulish and so easy to make. I think I’ll have to see if I can get my kids baking today.

  6. Wendy says:

    Oh I love these!! So simple but they look great! Also, I’m a massive fan of those biscuits, always get excited when one comes with my coffee haha xx

  7. Melanie williams says:

    Oh wow how cool are these. Ideal for a fun family activity or to bake as gifts too xx

  8. Stephanie says:

    These are cute! My kids would like making these too

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