Halloween is such a fun holiday to make whimsical treats and goodies for your family and friends! Those of you who know me well know how much I love semi-homemade treats…a really quick and easy way to create a “custom” dessert on a dime! Grocery stores today offer so many wonderful choices of cakes, cookies, and other baked goods that you really can’t go wrong…and you’ll save some time and money too! If you’re hosting a Halloween party or just want to treat some hungry kiddos with a spooktacular snack…let me share with you a fun and whimsical way to dress up a purchased cupcake that will make your guests howl with delight! Get ready for some bone-chilling fun with these sweet toppers!
if you have a favorite bakery cupcake you can easily top it to make it fit the theme of any holiday or event! i love these chocolate ganache cupcakes from Fresh Thyme…they’re melt-in-your-mouth delicious and look scrumptious too!
i just topped them off with a favorite in my household…a Scooby Snack graham cracker cookie! a tiny bit of cookie icing and some bone-rattling sprinkles make these toppers perfect for the season…
an easy way to create a custom treat for any dessert table…big or small!
that’s what i love best about semi-homemade goodies…you can easily whip up something special for no special reason at all! this little snack table looks festive but was so simple to set with some favorite sodas…
cute napkins and a greeting card in a dollar store frame…
and another dollar store find…this fun goblet that i filled with some candies! simple & inexpensive goodies to make this snack look fit for a party!
some poms & tissue tassels are tied to the front of the table to add some festivity…but it was the decorated, chocolatey cupcakes that really stole the show!
if you’ve got ghostly visitors headed your way…save some time and let semi-homemade save the day!
happy cupcake decorating!
some products seen in this post can be found at~
Fresh Thyme: cupcakes, greeting card, hinged skeleton greeting card
Home Goods: napkins, bone sprinkles
Dollar Tree: plastic goblet, frame, candies