Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Dip
Add this Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Dip to your Halloween Treat Tray for a sinfully sweet partner to some chocolate graham cracker cookies. With minimal ingredients combined with ease of preparation, it’s the homemade element your otherwise store-bought treat tray needs.
Dip, lick and smack your way through Halloween evening.
With only 6 ingredients and about 30 minutes of refrigeration time, you’ll be the star of the evening without even trying.
And speaking of minimal effort….
Without fail, every Halloween, someone will comment something along the lines of “I wish I had the time to do all the creative things you do,” and before I even argue that we all have the same amount of time in our days, I decided to challenge myself to create something beautiful in an insanely short amount of time. Something anyone could do.
My Halloween Treat Tray can be pulled together in 30 minutes flat. Most everything on it is store bought, so it’s borderline cheating, but as long as you include something homemade, there’s no need to slave over baking everything from scratch. The Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Dip is so deliciously sweet that no one will mind your store-bought cookies and graham crackers.
Add some Cheetos and cheese cubes to balance out all the sweetness, yet keep things color coordinated.
Have a little more than 30 minutes to devote to your shindig? Then I suggest my Creepy Crawler Mini Cheese Balls. They’re my basic cheese ball recipe, made into bite-size portions and decorated to resemble spiders. Let’s just say these are the only spiders I will tolerate.
And if you really want to wow your guests or the little people in your life, my fun and festive Chocolate-dipped Brownie Pops hold the key to just about anyone’s Halloween happiness. They are easy, they are fun, and they are guaranteed to steal the show.
So whether you grab your ghoul-friends for a girls’ night out, celebrate with your little ghosts and goblins, or simply trick or treat your own self, I hope you’ll find a way to enjoy the evening of the 31st.