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“Halloween Ice Cream Cups” are easy and fun to make: get the recipe

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Halloween is a great opportunity to have an ice cream before it gets too cold.

This recipe offers a festive way to celebrate the season. Served in small cups, it’s also a handy dessert to hand out to guests at Halloween parties – courtesy of its creator Debi Morgan of QuicheMyGrits.com.

There are many ways to serve ice cream, and this recipe offers a festive way to celebrate the season.
(Quiche my oatmeal)

Morgan shares on his blog: “These adorable frozen treats are easy to make and even more fun to eat.”

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INGREDIENTS

INSTRUCTIONS

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  1. Melt 3 cubes of white candy coating at 30 second intervals until completely melted. Stir frequently.
  2. Dip 6 hazelnut butter cookies halfway through the vanilla candy coating. Cool standing on racks. Once the coating has set lightly, place 2 small eyes on each cookie. Let the ghosts cool completely.
  3. Dab the black decorating gel onto 6 chocolate mint cream cookies and insert a large candy eye on top. Allow the monsters to settle on a grid.
  4. Divide large scoops of vanilla ice cream among 6 plastic cups. Insert the ghosts into the top of the ice cream until the bottom half is covered. Decorate the ice cream cups with Halloween sprinkles.
  5. Divide large scoops of chocolate-mint ice cream among 6 plastic cups. Insert monsters into the top of the ice cream. Decorate the ice cream cups with crumbled chocolate mint cookies.
  6. Insert Halloween picks into mugs if you like. Place in muffin tins for easy transport and freeze until ready to serve.

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