From the Archives: Popular Kids’ Chocolate Ghost Recipe by Martha Stewart
We took a deep dive into the archives of the Martha Stewart Kids Magazine to find popular recipes that your family will love. This sweet and spooky Ghost Chocolate treat is easy enough for even the youngest sous chef to whip up this Halloween. We linked up with @growingupyang to get their take on this simple, 3-ingredient activity.
With a safe boost up from the Martha Stewart Kitchen Helper by Guidecraft, kids can help create and decorate (and even help clean up!), turning a simple cooking activity into a special family tradition.
If you and your family try to make this simple Ghost Chocolate treat from the Martha Stewart Kids Magazine 2003 archive, we’d love to hear about it. Share your process, any allergy-friendly ingredient swaps, or tips with us by tagging @guidecraft_official on Instagram.
What you need
- Heatproof bowl
- Waxed paper
- Baking sheet
- Lollipop sticks
- 12 ounces of white chocolate chips
- 1 1/2 tablespoons vegetable oil
- Mini chocolate chips
Instructions on how to make chocolate ghosts from the Fall 2003 archives of the Martha Stewart Kids Magazine:
- Melt 12 ounces of white chocolate chips in a heatproof bowl over simmering water, stirring occasionally
- Remove bowl from heat; mix in 1 1/2 tablespoons vegetable oil
- Drop 1 tablespoon of mixture onto waxed paper on a baking sheet; use the back of a teaspoon to quickly spread into a ghost shape
- Place a lollipop stick at the base, spinning it to coat
- Add mini chocolate chips for eyes
- Refrigerate ghosts for 5 minutes, then peel off waxed paper