Twisted Treats – Part 1

Love is kinda crazy with a spooky little girl like you.
~ Classics IV

Hey everyone! I have another fun post for I {heart} papers.

Twisted Treat Bags
Yes, I’m a spooky girl. I love Halloween, especially the big Haul! So, you know I’m all over a stamp set like Avery Elle’s Twisted Treats!

Ghost Peeps

Last Easter I made some Easter S’meeps kits for a few of my favorite peeps. When I found these Ghost Marshmallow Peeps, I knew they’d make adorable Halloween treats.

You know what S’meeps are, right? They’re S’mores made with Marshmallow Peeps. I have the recipe below for you.


I filled each glassine wax bag with two graham crackers, two snack-size chocolate bars, and two Marshmallow Ghosts. I wrapped the bag up with baker’s twine and tied a little card over the top. Here’s the inside of the card.

Halloween Treat Card


Tips & Techniques

I love the bat-embellished frame that coordinates with this stamp set. With some mylar sheets (or even just aluminum foil) you can transform this frame into a mirror. It gives this a real wow factor that, unfortunately, is a little difficult to capture in a photo (or at least with my minimal photography skills).

Here are the rest of the ingredients and your S’meeps recipe.

Halloween Smeep Recipe

To make and eat S’meeps . . .

  • Place two squares of chocolate on one half of a graham cracker.
  • Top with one Marshmallow Peep Ghost.
  • Place in the microwave and cook on high for 10 seconds. Rest for a few seconds to make sure the Peep doesn’t explode. Continue to cook in 10-second intervals until soft.
  • Place the other half of the graham cracker on top and let it sit for at least 30 seconds to let the chocolate melt.

Smash down and enjoy!

I’ll see you later with Twisted Treats – Part 2. Hope you’re hungry. Insert evil laugh . . .  Mwahahahaahhaha.


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Sweet Comments

  1. What a fabulous (and yummy) project! The mirror idea is brilliant!

  2. LOVE these! Absolutely adorable!

    Peace & Luv,

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