{Halloween Recipe} Icy Witch

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Halloween Witch Recipe: Icy Witch

These are going to be the perfect treat for my daughter’s Halloween / birthday party! These little witches are ridiculously easy to make and cuter than they are scary (perfect for my little girl).

{Halloween Recipe} Icy Witch

Something to note – the recipe calls for 4 Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers. An interesting thing about those Famous Wafers is that they are about as tricky to find as an actual witch itself. Not kidding. I don’t know if Nabisco is trying to create a  sense of scarcity to drive up demand or what. So if you find these magical little wafers count yourself lucky. If your store does not carry them,  do not despair! There are some easy substitutes that you can use. One idea is to just use an Oreo with the cream scraped off (except I will most certainly be leaving the cream on  for my portion!). In a lot of recipes you can use a pack of the 100 Calorie Pack Oreos, which don’t have any icing to begin with but for this recipe those will be a little too small. Luckily if your kids are like mine they won’t notice if you just omit that step all together. Either way, these tasty little witches are sure to be a hit for Halloween!

Thanks, Parenting Magazine

Recipe Type: Dessert

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{Halloween Recipe} Icy Witch


  • 1 qt vanilla ice cream
  • 2 pouches shredded wheat cereal
  • 4 Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers
  • Chocolate icing
  • 4 Oreo ice cream cones
  • 8 chocolate chips
  • 1 bag gummy candy
  • 1 red licorice lace


  1. Divide ice cream into four 1-cup scoops; wrap each in plastic wrap and freeze until firm, at least 3 hours.
  2. Pull apart shredded wheat into thin strips to use as hair; set aside. Spread chocolate icing on each wafer cookie and stick on a cone for the hat.
  3. Unwrap each ice-cream scoop and place on a plate; top with shredded-wheat hair. Use chocolate icing as glue to stick cone hat on top of hair. Add chocolate-chip eyes, gummy-candy nose, and licorice-strip mouth.
  4. Serve this wicked witch before she melts!
  • Prep Time: 3 hours
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