Of all the things we made this year for Halloween Party Treats, these White Chocolate Skeleton Bone Cookies were by far the kid’s favorite (and the easiest!) In fact, the kids kept begging me to make them! I mean, they loved snacking on the Candy Corn Snack Mix and the Boo Mix, but man, were they were most excited to try Scooby Snacks!
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White Chocolate Dipped Skeleton Bone Cookies
So I promised you easy and with only 2 ingredients, this is easy! If you want to get fancy, you can add a 3rd ingredient to add a touch of red to your White Chocolate Dipped Skeleton Bone Cookies! You know I don’t like Halloween gore, but adding a little blood red “bone marrow” seemed harmless enough!
I started by taking out the bone cookies (or the Scooby-Doo Baked Graham Cracker Sticks) and melting the chocolate. I used white melting wafers because that’s what I had on hand, but adding real white chocolate would be amazing for the flavor! You could also use almond bark as well. Follow the directions for melting on the package. I also like to use a Wilton dipping spoon to make the whole dipping process a little easier (and slightly less messy!)
I started by dipping one “skeleton bone” cookie at a time, making sure it was evenly coated before pulling it out to dry.
But then after I developed a bit of confidence in how easy the process was, I dumped several Scooby bones in at once!
Just be careful to pull only one cookie out at a time, making sure it is well coated.
I put them to dry on wax paper. In the picture, they look a little messy, but after they dried, I trimmed the extra edges off a bit, so they had a clear bone shape.
The next step is up to you. I thought they looked great as plain White Chocolate Dipped Skeleton Cookies and I even left some that way! But then I decided for the older kids at a Halloween party, they might enjoy a little more gore! So I alternated between adding Red Sugar Crystal Sprinkles and using a Red Wilton Candy Decorating Pen to give a little extra red “blood” on the cookies. I used the pen a little loose and messy to give it the look you see below. Although admittedly, I think I like the look of the red sugar crystals the best. What do you think?
The next step is my favorite: the presentation! I tried placing the White Chocolate Skeleton Bone Cookies on a white plate with a plastic eyeball for a spooky factor. I also tried an orange paper plate for more fun Halloween feel.
My personal favorite was the skeleton man, though! It was so cute to build a skeleton out of his bones! I just cut out a skull of paper and then used the White Chocolate Dipped Skeleton Bone Cookies for his body!
Which one is your favorite? Would you make these for a Halloween Party Treat? You could even pack up a bag of skeleton bones to give as part of a Boo Kit to a neighbor or friend.
So there you have it! Wasn’t I right that that was the easiest Halloween Party Treat you could make?! If you are looking for other ideas, you can check out my Monster Marshmallows (coming soon) or my Halloween Chocolate Dipped Oreos on a stick! (both links coming soon!)