Halloween Brownie Cereal Treats

Halloween Brownie Cereal Treats

Halloween Brownie Cereal Treats are the perfect way to get in the holiday mood!

Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. It is like the official kickoff to the holiday season. Celebrations move from Halloween to Thanksgiving to Christmas. I have never been one who gets upset at seeing Christmas decorations in stores before Halloween because to me, it all goes hand in hand. I’m in holiday mode and thrilled to be here!

With C’s birthday being just 10 days before Halloween, her birthday is often wrapped up in our Halloween preparations. Last year, I made her cute little Halloween Marshmallow Treats with buttercream ghosts sporting adorable little faces. This year, she’ll be taking a batch of these very simple, yet crazy good Brownie Krispy Treats made with Campfire® Hallow Mallows and all dolled up with my most festive Halloween sprinkles.

The base of these treats is a simple brownie mix baked in a square pan. I like the ease of a box mix, but honestly, you can use any brownie recipe that your family loves. The brownies are topped off with a small batch of cereal treats made with HallowMallows, drizzled with melted chocolate and finished with festive Halloween sprinkles.

Easy, peasy.

Brownie Krispy Treats for Halloween

Halloween Brownies

I am prepared that some year C will want to distance her birthday celebration from Halloween, but I’m thankful that this is not that year. In fact, speaking of being thankful, is it too early to be thinking about Thanksgiving? Because I am totally that girl who listens to Christmas music as soon as Halloween is over.

It just feels right. As does making another batch of these brownie krispy treats, so I think I will.

For more Halloween fun, be sure to check out these Spider Dipped Hallow Mallows or these Marshmallow Candy Apples! For more fun and festive recipes and crafts go to CampfireMarshmallows.com and follow us on Pinterest!

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Blog post contributed by: JellyToast