The Ghosts in the Graveyard Dessert is made with fudge brownies, eggs, rice krispies, marshmallows, and butter.
This is the first time I am not dressing up for Halloween or going to a Halloween party. Quarantine life has been so different and has changed the life of many people. Doesn’t mean I can’t be festive?
I call this the Ghosts in the Graveyard dessert. You can get as creative as you want with this! You can just make Rice Krispies and/or brownies. As long as you make ghosts out of the marshmallows.
This is kid friendly, but let's be honest, adult friendly too!
What you will need
Box of fudge brownies: I used Betty Crocker since its usually so easy to make. You make the brownies according to package instructions.
Eggs: I used organic, cage free eggs for best quality.
Rice Krispies: These are essential for the Rice Krispie treats, although you can buy the Rice Krispie treats already made. Skip the marshmallows if you choose this option.
Marshmallows: You will need the big puffy marshmallows for the ghosts. For the Rice Krispie treats, you can use any size since you will be melting them.
How to make this Halloween Graveyard Dessert
Bake the brownies according to package instructions.
Make Rice Krispies according the instructions on the cereal box. This is what I did: In a large saucepan, I melted the butter and marshmallows on low heat. Mix in a bowl with the Rice Krispies and let them cool in a large baking pan. Use parchment paper to press the Rice Krispies down on the pan.
Cut the brownies and the Rice Krispies into equal squares. Place a jumbo marshmallow on each square. The chocolate chips will be the eyes and the mouth of the marshmallow ghost. Use icing to get them to stick on the marshmallow.
Decorate the brownies with the white icing. Melt chocolate chips to decorate the rice krispies as well.