“Bloody” Peanut Butter Cup Witch Fingers

With Halloween right around the corner, these super easy “Bloody” Peanut Butter Cup Witch Fingers are a perfectly spooky treat to enjoy.  With an easy Reeses peanut butter cup copycat recipe for the filling, your peanut butter lovers will eat them by the handful

 Bloody Peanut Butter Cup Witch Fingers | Kitchen Cents

If you’re looking for a quick, easy, last-minute Halloween treat that every zombie will love… this is it!  These sweet peanut butter-y witch fingers are delicious!

You can whip up a batch of these in under 30 minutes if you let them set in the freezer.  I love treats like that!

Here’s what I used to make these fun, festive (kind of creepy 😉 ) witch fingers that, need I say, my kids LOVED!

Here's what you need

First I made the yummy Reese’s like filling.  You can find the full printable recipe here, or click the link below.

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This peanut butter filling recipe is the best.  I’ve been tweaking it to perfection for years.  I start by creaming the butter, peanut butter, and crushed peanuts.  I’ve tried so many different recipes.  Some with graham crackers, others with rice crispies.  This recipe really is the best, at least that’s this Reese’s lovers opinion. 😉  Once the first 3 ingredients are mixed well I add the powdered sugar.

Peanut butter cup filling

Once it’s mixed it looks a little dry but should hold together when squeezed.  Once the filling is mixed I shaped the fingers.  I used about 2 tablespoons of filling for each finger.  You could make these as big or small as you’d like.  I liked the idea that once they were coated with chocolate they would be about the size of a real finger.

shape fingers

After the filling was shaped I popped them in the freezer to set while I melted the green candy melts and cut almonds in half (to use as the fingernails).  For ease, I used the Wiltons candy melts.  If you don’t prefer these you can use white chocolate and color it yourself.  You may need to add a little oil to thin the chocolate as food coloring can make white chocolate seize (become hard even when warm).  Once the chocolate was melted and almonds prepped I was ready to dip and assemble.

Cover in chocolate

After adding an almond nail to each I put them back in the freezer while I melted the red candy melts.  I melted the candy melts right in the zip loc bag then cut a very small hole in the corner.  I added a little red chocolate to the very end of the witch finger then had a few drips come down the sides.

Add red chocolate blood

To move things along, I put them back in the freezer for a couple minutes.  That’s it!  They are that quick and easy AND when all your ghosts and ghouls see them they will be gobbled up just as quick!

Bloody Peanut Butter Cup Witch Fingers | Kitchen Cents

You can find MORE fun Halloween treats and ideas HERE!

What are you or your kiddos dressing up to be for Halloween?

Click here for the recipe | KitchenCents.com

Bloody Peanut Butter Cup Witch Fingers | Kitchen Cents

Click here for the recipe | KitchenCents.com

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