It’s such a fun tradition that spreads neighborly love. 🙂 I remember it happening to my family a few times growing up and we were ecstatic to not only receive treats, but to speculate about who the mysterious “Boo-ers” may have been. 🙂
1 pkg. (1 lb.) Nutter Butter cookies
2 pkgs. (12 oz. each) White Chocolate Chips (I’ve had the best luck with the Nestle Tollhouse brand; the Ghirardelli brand doesn’t melt for some reason)
1 pkg. (12 oz.) Mini Chocolate Chips (you won’t use the whole thing)
Line a few cookie sheets with wax or parchment paper. Melt white chocolate chips, one bag at a time, in 30 second increments, stirring in between. With melted chips in a tall, deep container (such as a mug), dip Nutter Butters into white chocolate about 3/4 of the way, making sure that it covers the front and back of the cookie. Allow the excess chocolate to drip off by gently tapping the wrist of the hand holding the ghost cookie. Place on waxed paper and immediately put two mini chocolate chips on for the eyes. Let the chocolate set completely.
Now package a bunch in a cellophane bag tied with ribbon and attach a “BOO” tag. Find the free printables HERE.
Then get ready to “Boo” some neighbors! They’ll cut the tag in half and place the ghost in their window so everyone knows they’ve been “Booed!”
Do you get “Booed” every year? I challenge you to be the first to start this in your neighborhood this Halloween season! 🙂