Introduction: Haunted Candy House

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This Haunted House was built entirely from handmade and store bought candy.
The base is peanut butter bars (recipe at the end) that I made first in a jelly roll pan before flipping the peanut butter part to the tray and coating it with melted milk chocolate chips that I melted in the microwave.

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scoochmaroo (author)2011-10-21

If you make another one for Halloween, I want to see a Step-by-Step! This is fantastic!

My daughter had a Halloween Birthday party a few years ago and this was the haunted cake. The kids just saw it and asked to make one this year, so we might just do it! I'll definitely take some step by step photos.
Thank you,
Kerri
Ah, the best part I thought were the skeletons, they were candles I found at the dollar store.

benduy (author)2011-06-13

OM NOM NOM

Ladee (author)2011-04-22

I (obviously) mistakenly thought this was a free site, until I clicked on this Haunted House and discovered I had to pay for a 'membership' to get the instruction. Being low income and creative enough, I think I will just wing-it from the picture and remove Instructables from my "favorites" Thanks anyway.

SabineT (author)Ladee2011-05-09

Hi Ladee, Instructables is, as far as I know, still free. I don't think this haunted house has any instructions, it's just an idea. I'm a non-paid, registered member, and enjoy Instructables a lot. One of these days I'm going to have time to prepare a few Instructables myself. I hope you come back and continue to be a fan.

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