An easy Halloween dessert, these Mummy Apple Slices use slices of apples instead of the entire apple so you get more servings per apple!
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We love easy desserts around here and that includes Holiday desserts like these Halloween Mummy Apple Slices!
I think chocolate covered apples are fantastic but I also find them a little too big for my 5 year old to eat. So a few years ago, I decided to start decorating chocolate apple slices instead of entire apples!
It makes them easier to decorate and easier to eat!
Ingredients For Mummy Apple Slices:
- White Chocolate Candy Coating
- Royal Icing Eyeball Decorations
- popsicle sticks
Ingredient amounts and entire recipe directions in recipe card below with print option!
Why Use Apple Slices Instead of Whole Apples?
However, after we had our son, it was obvious that when we got to the age of being able to enjoy these cute apples that they were hard for him to eat and enjoy because of their size.
With the apple slices, they’re easier to decorate plus they’re great for little hands and perfect for nibbling.
How To Make Mummy Apple Slices:
Slice apples into thick slices and remove seeds. Push a popsicle stick into the bottom of the apple slice to turn it into a pop.
Melt white candy coating according to package directions.
Dry apple and dip apple slice into melted candy coating. Tap off excess.
Let candy coating harden and then drizzle more candy coating over apples, side to side, to creating the mummy bandages.
Add eyeballs and let candy coating harden.
More Great Apple Slice Halloween Treats
- Bloodshot Eyeball Apple Slices
- Jack Skellington Apple Slices
- Graveyard Chocolate Apple Slices
- Jack-O-Lantern Apple Slice Pops
Frequently Asked Questions:
You can really use any kind of apple but the larger the apple the more slices you’ll get. Also I like the look of round apples.
You can! I just find that almond bark is less expensive. Also Almond bark does NOT have almonds in it.
More Great Halloween Recipes:
- Werewolf Cupcakes
- Ghostly Sweet and Salty Snack Mix
- Pumpkin Patch Graveyard Eclair Dessert
- Jack Skellington Dessert Cheese Ball
- 2 large apples
- 16 ounces Chocolate Candy Coating
- Royal Icing Eyeball Decorations
- 8 - 10 popsicle sticks
- Slice apples into thick slices and remove seeds. Each apple should give you 4 or so apple slices.
- Carefully push a popsicle stick into the bottom of each apple slice. Make sure not to break the apples.
- Pat apple slices dry with a paper towel.
- Melt white candy coating according to package directions.
- Dip apples completely in melted chocolate. Tap off excess.
- Lay on a flat surface that has been covered with foil or parchment paper.
- Once candy coating hardens, fill a plastic piping bag with the remaining candy coating, you may need to remelt it.
- Drizzle candy coating over apples, side to side, to creating the mummy bandages.
- Add 2 candy eye to the apples.
- Let apple slices sit until chocolate hardens.
Welcome to 2022’s #HalloweenTreatsWeek event!
#HalloweenTreatsWeek is a yearly Halloween blogging event that is hosted by Angie from Big Bear’s Wife . This event is an online, week-long event that is filled with some amazingly wicked Halloween treats and recipes from some fantastic Halloween loving bloggers!
For this years 5th annual #HalloweenTreatsWeek event we have 20 hauntingly talented bloggers that are sharing their favorite Halloween recipes throughout the week! You can following the hashtag #HalloweenTreatsWeek on social media to collect all of these frightful recipes to use at your own Halloween parties and events!
Make Sure to check out all of the fun Halloween recipes that we’re sharing this week!
Check out all of these great #HalloweenTreatsWeek recipes for today
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