Updated: Jun 28
Who else is excited about Hocus Pocus 2? How many years have we all been anxiously awaiting a sequel?? I can't think of a better way to start the Halloween season than watching the Sanderson sisters run amuck, amuck, amuck again! My family will be tuning in to Disney+ on September 30th. I reached out to some fellow bloggers for some viewing party treat ideas and as always, they did not disappoint!
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First off, in honor of everyone's favorite Halloween cat, Binx Black Cat Cookies. These are so cute, and if you read my blog regularly, you know I am a fan of all things "no-bake." These are Nutter Butters dipped in chocolate, and then decorated with candy. Making these can be a fun family activity before the movie.
Another simple snack but oh so on point, Hocus Pocus Marshmallow Pops. My 3 year old is obsessed with marshmallows right now, and I think this is definitely a contender for the Hocus Pocus snack tray we are going to make.
Now, these cupcakes would definitely be the star of the show if I could pull them off. Of course, Kate from ihearteating.com makes the Hocus Pocus Cupcakes look easy, the frosting hair on these cupcakes are very impressive, and glitter just puts it over the top. (Maybe my mom can make these for the kids...hint hint, mom if you are reading this.)
If you're not sure about your piping skills like me, you can still serve witch-themed cupcakes. Some black food coloring spray on waffle cones and you are in business for these Witch Hat Cupcakes.
And, we can't forget the drinks! I love any and all Starbucks Frappuccinos, but there is just so much added sugar; I have to drink them sparingly. This recipe actually has some healthy fruits in it while still looking deliciously sweet. The Hocus Pocus Frappuccino Starbucks Copycat includes banana and blueberry, and honey can be substituted for sugar!
Crayon and Craving's Hocus Pocus Punch is right up my dragons' alley. Mango peach juice, and peach sparkling water come together to create the perfect shade of orange, and the sherbet on the top makes it look like a cool potion. She even suggests using glow-in-the-dark cups. How cool would that be?
**Bonus - If you are looking for something more on the creepy side, these Witches' Digits are sure to do the trick. Yikes, they look so realistic!
If you try any of these delicious morsels, show us a pic in the comments!
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