Country Ghost Party Treats + Printables

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I think we’ve shown most of the highlights of Harrison’s Country Ghost Birthday party over the last several days (Check it out here, here, here and here.), but I saved my favorite ghostly party treats for last: spooky ghost cupcakes and frozen banana ghost pops.

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My dear friend Ashley offered to make the cupcakes for Harrison’s party. I was so thankful for her help and for the amazingly cute cupcakes she brought over. I love the simplicity of the ghosts! She showed me a stack full of cupcake options—but in the end, these simple spooky ghost faces were perfect. She melted canned white frosting, dipped the cupcakes into the melted frosting then carefully set two mini chocolate chips onto the cupcakes to make the eyes.

Ghost Cupcake Collage

Instead of icecream I served frozen banana ghost pops. These are delicious. (I may or may not have made them several times since the party for midnight snacks…) My Mom told me about the idea.

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To begin, line a baking sheet with wax paper. Peel 4 firm yellow bananas then slice each in half across the width to create two ghostly shapes. Gently push a wooden popsicle stick into the flat end of each cut banana. Lay on the lined baking sheet and freeze 1-4 hours until firm and ready to dip.

Use a double boiler over low heat to melt 16oz of Almond Bark, a vanilla flavored candy coating. Removing just a few frozen bananas from the freezer at a time, dip banana into the melted candy. Use a table knife to help spread the coating if necessary. Immediately add two mini chocolate chips for ghost eyes. Return dipped bananas to the freezer until serving.

To serve, we wrapped a foam brick with kraft paper then used an extra wooden popsicle stick to pre-poke holes. Just before blowing out the candles, we quickly positioned the banana pops in the brick. It worked perfectly.

frozen banana pops ghost

It was a fun party, and the ending treats did not disappoint!

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And, finally, as promised, here are the Country Ghost Party Printable Freebies

Spooky Live Ghost Invitations
Ghostly Dinner Food Labels
Drink + Snack Food Labels
Country Ghost Banner*
Photobooth Printed Boo! Sign

*To personalize your banner, type the letters you need into a word processing program such as Microsoft Word. Enlarge your font to the desired size. (For example, Arial Black at font size 275 will work nicely for this Country Ghost Banner template.) Print on desired paper. Use the template to trace around each letter. Cut, slit and thread with string to make personalized pennant.

Photography by Jenn V


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Aimée was a co-founder of Paging Supermom. Although she dreams in pink, she wouldn’t trade her two energetic boys for anything. Between using The Force on surrounding battle droids and flying to infinity and beyond, Aimée enjoys squeezing in some personal creative time. With a background in advertising, marketing and design, she is proud to stay home raising her boys.

4 thoughts on “Country Ghost Party Treats + Printables”

  1. Hi Aimee,

    I love the frozen banana pops and am going to make them this weekend. I would love some advice – I know the recipe says white chocolate candy (like from Michaels, right?), but I am wondering if I can use white chocolate chips instead. Thoughts?


  2. Hi Supermoms!

    I work for the Rainforest Alliance, an environmental conservation / certification non-profit and we’re including a roundup of Halloween recipes made with ingredients from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms and hoping to have your permission to use your ghostly banana recipe and photo (with proper credit, of course!) on our blog.

    Let me know if that sounds good to you — thanks!

  3. Hello again, Supermoms!

    I wanted to make sure you got my message above, as we are planning on using your great recipe & photos to highlight Halloween treats using Rainforest Alliance certified products. Please let me know if we are OK to use the photo — thanks!

    Happy Halloween!


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