Kids in the Kitchen – Halloween Chocolate Treats {Allergy-Friendly}

A friend of ours sent over some fun Halloween gifts for my daughter last week which was so thoughtful and she was so excited to get them in the mail.  

I immediately was excited to see jell-o jiggler molds included.  I haven’t had jell-o in years (and my daughter has never had it due to our food restrictions,) so I thought of another fun way to use the molds by making chocolates for Halloween.  

I grabbed our favorite allergy-friendly chocolates (Enjoy Life mini chips,) heated them up on the stove and poured them into the molds! 

These chocolate chips are delicious and are dairy, nut and soy free.

Easy peasy and super tasty! Here are the molds that we received from our friends:  BusyBeeKate-KidsintheKitchen-HalloweenChocTreats7 

I took our favorite chocolate chips and poured them into a pot onto the stove.  Heated on low and stirred continuously.


My daughter was understanding the concept when I explained we’d put the chips into the molds.  (Just didn’t understand the heating part!) BusyBeeKate-KidsintheKitchen-HalloweenChocTreats3

After the chocolate was melted pour it into the molds.  Don’t worry about the mess if you have a little one helping.  It’s all about learning, making memories, and having fun! BusyBeeKate-KidsintheKitchen-HalloweenChocTreats4

What a simple and fun time we had making these.  You’ll see my taste tester also had an enjoyable time! BusyBeeKate-KidsintheKitchen-HalloweenChocTreats6

After the chocolate hardened up I popped them out of the molds and they turned out great! BusyBeeKate-KidsintheKitchen-HalloweenChocTreats2



The fun part about this is you can use any molds you’d like and I have a feeling I’ll be making these again and again for a special treat for me and my daughter!


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  1. Reply

    Mmmm. I love chocolates. They’re so yummy.

  2. Reply

    Such a cute idea, I love that you used melted chocolate! I love the pumpkin faces and of course Penny’s face! 🙂

    • Mary Somerville
    • October 27, 2014

    I was just wondering if there was something else I could use our jello jigglers molds for. Thanks!

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