Add a little bit of “The Nightmare Before Christmas” to your Halloween party with these easy Jack Skellington Rice Krispie Treats!
Do you know how many people have been sending me baby themed Nightmare Before Christmas ideas lately? haha It’s been a lot, and I love them all. Someone even sent me a few pictures for a Nightmare Before Christmas / Jack Skellington nursery that they had seen online!
No, even thought I love Jack Skellington and The Nightmare Before Christmas we did not go with the Jack Skellington nursery for the baby haha. We went with a Dumbo theme but that doesn’t mean that I won’t be dressing our little one up like Jack Skellington one day! haha
One of my best friends is having a little girl about 2 weeks before me and she suggested that one Halloween we dress our kiddos up as Jack and Sally! haha I’m totally for that!
So you know I couldn’t let Halloween get close without making some kind if Jack Skellington dessert right?!? I mean, I already have quite a few Jack Skellington desserts on the blog for Halloween but I needed another.
I’m thinking that maybe I’ll make it a tradition to share 1 new Jack Skellington recipe with y’all ever Halloween!
So far I have these Jack Skellington desserts on the blog:
I also have a tutorial on how to make Sally’s Potion Bottles !
So let me tell you something about these Jack Skellington faces on these Jack Skellington Rice Krispie Treats. Look at this photo above, that face was drawn on with a black edible marker.
The other faces that you see on the other Jack Skellington Rice Krispie Treats were drawn on with chocolate candy melts.
I tried the black edible marker first. It looked pretty good but it wasn’t as dark as I wanted. It also had trouble writing after I was painting the 3rd one. So If you want to use the edible marker you may want to get a few of them.
So I went with the second option for the rest of them. I used Chocolate candy melts to pipe Jack Skellington faces onto the Jack Skellington Rice Krispie Treats and I loved how they turned out.
I used regular chocolate because that’s just what I had but you could also use the black candy melts that you can get from the hobby stores. Either one will work perfectly!
Also, I first made these with just the tops covered in white chocolate and I just didn’t like the way they looked. That’s why I just went ahead and dipped the entire circle into the white chocolate. Plus, I think I’ve told y’all this before, but if not, I LOVE chocolate covered rice krispie treats haha.
Chocolate covered rice krispie treats are like heaven to me. haha
Here are a few other Chocolate Dipped rice krispie treats on the blog:
- Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Rice Krispie Treats
- Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats
- Mickey Pumpkin Marshmallow Cereal Treats
Jack Skellington Rice Krispie Treats