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Dem Bones, Dem Bones: Coolest Bone Food

Skeleton Cupcakes

I couldn’t help posting these recipes because I think they are just so creepy and cool. I love the way a lot of these things are SO easy to make and are totally fun for a Halloween party. The pretzel bones are particularly easy to make with kids, especially the little ones. I also love the cute nutella toast, that is one of our breakfast favorites these days!


  • Gingerbread Skeleton Cookies 1 of 9
    Gingerbread Skeleton Cookies
    Gingerbread cookies aren't just for Christmas, make them into skeletons for a fun Halloween treat.
    Make gingerbread skeleton cookies
  • Skull Cake Pops 2 of 9
    Skull Cake Pops
    Cake pops get a boney twist with skulls!
    Make skull cake pops
  • bones%2828%29 3 of 9
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  • Halloween Veggie Skeleton 4 of 9
    Halloween Veggie Skeleton
    This ultra-healthy skeleton is so cute and you won't mind your kids munching on it one bit.
    Make veggie skeleton
  • Tootsie Roll Pretzel Stick Bones 5 of 9
    Tootsie Roll Pretzel Stick Bones
    You would never believe all it takes to make these bones is a flat vanilla tootsie roll and a pretzel stick!
    Make pretzel stick bones
  • White Chocolate Dipped Pretzel Marshmallow Bones 6 of 9
    White Chocolate Dipped Pretzel Marshmallow Bones
    These super cool bones are made with three ingredients and can be used to decorate nearly any party platter.
    Make white chocolate bones
  • Skeleton Cupcakes 7 of 9
    Skeleton Cupcakes
    These cute cupcakes are super detailed with chocolate dipped pretzels as the rib cage.
    Make skeleton cupcakes
  • Pretzel Skeleton on Nutella Toast 8 of 9
    Pretzel Skeleton on Nutella Toast
    This delicious fun pretzel skeleton is a great addition to a sweet snack of nutella toast.
    Make Pretzel Skeleton on Nutella
  • Super Cute Skeleton Eggs 9 of 9
    Super Cute Skeleton Eggs
    An egg is always a healthy breakfast, give it a Halloween twist by adding a few strokes of mustard to make a skeleton!
    Make skeleton eggs

 

Photo courtesy of Cookies & Cups

 

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