Looking for some easy no-bake Halloween treats for your kids classroom party or just as a fun Halloween dessert? These Halloween Rice Krispie Treats made into a Zombie Graveyard are just the ticket!
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  2. Are you looking for some other Easy Halloween Desserts? Look no further, Princess Pinky Girl has you covered.

Looking for some easy no-bake Halloween treats for your kids classroom party or just as a fun Halloween dessert? These Halloween Rice Krispie Treats made into a Zombie Graveyard are just the ticket!

Halloween Rice Krispie Treats Graveyard - No bake Halloween dessert

Every year I try to come up with some new easy Halloween dessert that will be great for our school Halloween Classroom Party. These Halloween Rice Krispie Treats make the cutest (I mean scariest) Zombie Graveyard dessert! They are the perfect no-bake Halloween dessert!

Rice Krispies made into zombie graveyards

Did I mention that they are super easy to make! I mean come on, everything is packaged! No baking, mixing, measuring required!!

This Halloween Dessert also makes a great project to do with your kids class! Just bring the supplies and let them create their own edible Halloween grave, and of course then they get to eat it – kills two birds with one stone!

Classroom Halloween party project and classroom Halloween treat!! Win-win!

Close up of zombie graveyard rice krispie treats

This is right up the Princess Pinky Girl cooking alley! It is more of an assembling rather than cooking!

Looking for some other great Halloween party ideas? Check out my round-up of Easy Halloween Treats for your Classroom Party! I also have some great Healthy Halloween Treat options too – be sure to check out both of those!

Zombie Graveyard Rice Krispie Treats

Ingredients needed to make your own Zombie Graveyard Dessert for Halloween

Ingredients needed to make Rice Krispie Treat Zombie Graveyard

That is all you need!! And, like I mentioned before, it is no bake, which makes it even easier. This easy Halloween dessert is the perfect treat for your classroom parties, Halloween Parties or just as a special “it’s almost Halloween” treat! (who doesn’t love that kind!

Rice Krispie Treat Zombie Graveyard - An easy Halloween Dessert
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Halloween Rice Krispie Treats Zombie Graveyard

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Looking for some easy no-bake Halloween treats for your kids classroom party or just as a fun Halloween dessert? These Halloween Rice Krispie Treats made into a Zombie Graveyard are just the ticket!
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins

Ingredients
  

  • 1 package Rice Krispy Treats
  • 1 can Vanilla Frosting
  • 1 package Chocolate Graham Crackers
  • 2 bars Hershey’s Cookies N Crème Candy Bars
  • 1 package Wilton Candy Melts Orange
  • Green Candy Shreds
  • Black Food Coloring
  • 1 package Gummy Monsters or other Monster Candy

Instructions
 

  • Color the frosting with a few drops of black food coloring so it is a dark gray color and spread on top of each of the Rice Crispies Treats.
  • Place a monster on each one so it looks like it is coming up from the ground.
  • Crush one package of the grahams and sprinkle over the frosting. Sprinkle some green candy shreds on to look like grass.
  • Divide each candy bar into 3 sections. You can use an edible marker to write dates or funny names on the candy bar headstones.
  • Melt the orange chocolate melts per package directions and put a dot on the front bottom edge of each candy bar headstone and press against the end of the krispy treat behind the monster.
  • Fun Halloween Party Treat!

Nutrition Info

Calories: 1736kcal | Carbohydrates: 312g | Protein: 29g | Fat: 41g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g | Monounsaturated Fat: 15g | Sodium: 2691mg | Potassium: 723mg | Fiber: 14g | Sugar: 95g | Calcium: 322mg | Iron: 17mg

Are you looking for some other Easy Halloween Desserts? Look no further, Princess Pinky Girl has you covered.

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Ready to move on to Christmas? You must try these easy to make Candy Cane Sleighs made from candy bars! ! They are our favorite gift to hand out to friends and family!

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      1. 4 stars
        I found some on Amazon. I have handmade all crispier treats, tombstone, and used Oreo’s for dirt. Now searching for marker?
        I have 36 to do…lol. my grandson requested them when he saw these!