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Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

This Hocus Pocus Dessert Board is perfect for Halloween – full of fun, iconic, easy to make treats! Add this festive dessert board to your next party or event.

Too busy to make this right away?! Pin it for later!  Pin this idea to your favorite Halloween board on Pinterest and it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.

We love dessert boards around here because they are so easy to create and make the perfect party tray! This festive, Hocus Pocus themed treat board is awesome for your next Halloween event.

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Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

We are super excited for the release of the new Hocus Pocus movie this year! To celebrate I have created all sorts of nostalgic treats; like these Sanderson sister rice krispies, Hocus Pocus punch, spellbook brownies, Jinx the cat cookies, zombie Billy chocolate dipped pretzels and a whole Hocus Pocus dessert board.

A Hocus Pocus refresher:

The Sanderson sisters are the main characters of the 1993 film, Hocus Pocus. They run amuck with their evil spell book and henchmen Billy Butcherson while hunting children and turning one into Binx, an immortal black cat.

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

How to create a Hocus Pocus Dessert Board:

Central to this fun Halloween Dessert Board is making delicious Hocus Pocus themed treats! These are all super easy to make with simple ingredients from the grocery store.

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board Ingredients

Ingredients:

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board Ingredients

1. Select a large cutting board, tray or flat surface.  Place small bowls out for treats that tend to spread out.

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board Process

2. Fill bowls with candy eyes, mini Oreos and peanut butter cups.

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board Process

3. Next, lay out the spellbook brownies on the board. 

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board Process

4. Add black cat cookies.

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board Process

5. Add the zombie pretzels.

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

6. Finally, fill spaces with pumpkin candy.

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

We love the pops of green and orange color in this dessert board! You could totally add all sorts of halloween candy and treats, the spookier, the better.

Be sure to add this creepy cinnamon roll brains casserole to your Halloween dessert table too!

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

Other Hocus Pocus dessert ideas:

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

The possibilities are truly endless!  That’s why having a dessert board is perfect for your Hocus Pocus watching party.

Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board
Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

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Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board
Halloween Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

Hocus Pocus Dessert Board

This Hocus Pocus Dessert Board is perfect for Halloween – full of fun, iconic, easy to make treats! Add this festive dessert board to your next party or event.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Additional Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Author: Heather Painchaud
Servings: 12
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Ingredients

  • 12 spellbook brownies
  • 8 zombie pretzels
  • 9 black cat cookies
  • Edible candy eyes
  • Mini Oreo cookies
  • Pumpkin candies
  • Reeses mini peanut butter cups

Instructions

  • 1. Select a large cutting board, tray or flat surface.  Place small bowls out for treats that tend to spread out.
  • 2. Fill bowls with candy eyes, mini Oreos and peanut butter cups.
  • 3. Next, lay out the spellbook brownies on the board. 
  • 4. Add black cat cookies.
  • 5. Add the zombie pretzels.
  • 6. Finally, fill spaces with pumpkin candy.
about heather

Hello, I’m Heather!

I'm an active mom of twin boys who is always looking for opportunities to inspire creativity through fun crafts, do-it-yourself projects and delicious recipes. This blog has been an integral part of supporting my little family and I am so grateful to have you become a part of our journey! Let's create together... Read more...

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