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Kids love helping decorate for holidays. These marshmallow ghosts make a fun snack at a Halloween party.

Source: Better Homes and Gardens


Recipe Summary

1 ghoul


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  • For a tall white ghoul, use clean scissors to snip one end each from 2 large marshmallows. Press the cut ends together.

  • Roll the fondant to about 1/4 inch thick. Cut out a 4-1/2-inch-diameter fondant circle. Shape the fondant over the marshmallow stack. Add eyes and a mouth with decorating gel.

  • To color your ghouls, tint fondant with a small amount of food coloring. For the striped version, roll small ropes of different colors of the fondant. Press ropes together and roll out with a rolling pin. Finish as directed above.

  • If desired, use small candies for features, attaching them with decorator frosting. For hair-raising fun, push fondant through a garlic press. Insert pieces of broken pretzel into the ghouls for arms. Makes 1 ghoul.