Halloween Skeleton Bones (Easy to Make Recipe)

I'm super excited to share this fun snack with you today! My daughter and I had a blast making them! 

Today's post is for Halloween Skeleton Bones! Since Halloween is coming fast, and my daughter is learning about the skeletal system at school right now, I thought this would be a fun snack to try! It's SO easy to make and perfect for the kiddos to assemble! These would be a great addition to a Halloween party or would look so cute in a Halloween snack gift baggie! Have fun! :)

Halloween Skeleton Bones (click here to print recipe)

What you need:
10 thin pretzel sticks
20 mini marshmallows
2 squares white almond bark

Gently press one marshmallow on each end of the pretzel stick. Set them on wax paper until dipping.

Melt almond bark in the microwave according to package directions in a bowl.

Take each "skeleton bone" and roll in the almond bark until it's completely covered. Set back on the wax paper, and repeat. Cool completely and store in an airtight container. 

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  1. HOW FUN! Such a cute idea...and great for kids to make. Thanks so much for sharing at Weekend Potluck. We love your awesome recipes! =)

  2. I bet your daughter really enjoyed making these with you. They are so cute.

  3. found you on love grows wild! pined and will google + you! will try to make these bones... hopefully they will come out!

    1. Thanks so much, Lisa! I'm sure they will turn out wonderful for you! Glad you stopped by! :)

  4. I love finding new things that the kids can easily help with-this is perfect! Thanks!


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