Rice Krispie Bar—Halloween Ghosts

Do you still need a quick and easy Halloween treat for a classroom party or to give out to your friends and family? Whip up some of these super easy and super adorable Rice Krispie Bar Treats in the shapes of Halloween Ghosts.  A fun and easy twist on the ever popular Rice Krispie Treats. And…it’s on a stick!! You know how much I love that!


Now, I wish I could take credit for these cute treats…but I can’t.  My super creative neighbor (you know who you are Smile) is my daughter’s church activity day leader and she made these for a fun Father and Daughter Halloween Party earlier this week.  Luckily I have trained my family well enough to know they can NOT eat the treats until mom gets a picture of it…sad but true!


To make them you will just need to whip up a batch of Rice Krispie Treats.  The recipe is on the back of the box of Rice Krispies.  Or you can find the original recipe for Rice Krispie Treats on Rice Krispies.com.  Spread them out into a jelly roll pan so they are fairly flat.  You will also be able to get more ghosts this way.  Take a cookie cutter shaped like a tombstone and cut out the ghosts as close to one another as possible when the Rice Krispies have cooled a bit but are not hard.  Transfer each ghost to wax paper and insert a sucker stick into the bottom of the ghost.  Let them fully harden.


Then dip the tops of each ghost into some melted white chocolate or almond bark and add a couple of mini chocolate chips for the eyes.  Let the chocolate harden before wrapping up or serving.  Aren’t they so much fun?  Go ahead and make some for yourself.  I think I found the perfect treat to take to my son’s class for his birthday treat next week!

Thanks H!!


Amy Huntley is the owner/author of The Idea Room. A mother of five, who enjoys sharing her love of all things creative in hopes of inspiring other women and families. Connect with her on Google+, or read more of her posts.


  1. 1

    These are so cute! Great for a party. Thanks for sharing.

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    april kennedy says:

    hahaha…’trained my family well enough that they can’t eat until I get a picture of it’! Oh the life of a blogger’s family. My family jokes all the time…”I’m going to the bathroom mom….do you want to snap a picture before I go!”

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    april kennedy says:

    oh p.s. those ghosts are really cute too. I’ve never made treats for the classroom…bad mommy. I’m good at other things!

    • 8

      haha! Well, I think in the vast scheme of things…making a classroom treat is not going to be too high on the important things I did as a mom. You are an amazing mom!

  4. 9

    I love that idea. And I love rice krispy treats. It’s a win win

  5. 11

    These are so cute and simple which is fantastic! Love it!

  6. 12

    love these~ i’m stopping by from tatertots & jello. i’d love for you to stop by and check out the awesome (over $100) giveaway we’re having- http://thelovelypoppy.blogspot.com/2011/10/blog-follower-giveaway.html

  7. 13

    so love this idea!

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    Love it! I make a similar recipe, but it’s with nutter butters instead.

  10. 18

    Can I ask where you got the mini chocolate chips? I’ve been seeing a lot of Halloween goodies that use them, but I don’t know that I’ve ever seen them in a store.. Thanks! Super cute treats!!

  11. 20

    Love, Love, LOVE it ! thank you.

  12. 22

    These were quite tasty Halloween treats and the kids loved them. Thanks for posting on the respected Idea Room blog, Amy.

  13. 24

    thanks! I’m so happy I’ll make them for the kids in my Halloween party ! So many things to think!!! decoration, invitation, music, food activities…This treat is so cute and easy!

  14. 25

    Found this on pinterest and pinned :) I’m going to make these for my daughter’s 5th birthday for school treats next week. Such a cute idea!

  15. 27

    I was wondering if I could shape these in a lightly greased popsicle mold and then dip? Not sure if they would harden well enough to retain shape…

    • 28

      Yes! I really do think you could do that and have them harden. It might be tricky getting them back out unless you had some way to access both ends of the mold to give a little push while pulling. Does that makes sense?


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