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Here is a Halloween Treat Idea… TWO WAYS!


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THE FIRST IDEA….is the MORE CREATIVE, GROSSER ONE!
The WORM-SAMPLER!

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:: Here’s What You’ll Need ::

Realistic Gummy Worms (these are sold on Amazon and Oriental Trading)
Mini Oreo Cookies
2 oz. disposable mini cups with lids (these are sold on Amazon, Target and Walmart)
Ziploc Bag
Hammer or Mallet
Hope You Have an EEK-citing Halloween–Circle Printable
Stick Glue
2 inch circle cutter (optional)

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:: Here’s What To Do ::

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Take the silver bag out of the Oreo Minis box. Using a hammer or mallet, crush all the mini Oreos inside, being cautious not to pop the bag.

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Once they appear to be pretty crushed (or if your bag happens to open), place the cookies inside a ziploc bag, let all the air out, close tightly and lightly hammer on a padded surface, until all the Oreos are completely crushed.

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It should look something like the picture above.

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Then place the crushed Oreo cookies on the bottom of the 2 oz plastic disposable cup (these are the ones that they usually use to put sauces or dressings to-go in restaurants). Unwrap the realistic gummy worms from its wrapper and place inside. Place the lid on top and give the worm and cookies a good shake–as this will give it an even grosser and more realistic look to it.
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Print the printable provided and cut each circle out using a 2 inch circle cutter, if you have one. Glue the circle tag to the top of the lid. That’s it…isn’t it absolutely DISGUSTING?
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THE SECOND IDEA…is the SIMPLER ONE!
yeah…for those of you that want an easier and quicker way of doing this Halloween treat!

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:: Here’s What You’ll Need ::

Realistic Gummy Worms (these are sold on Amazon and Oriental Trading)
Hope You Have an EEK-citing Halloween! Just Worms! Printable
Scissors
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:: Here’s What To Do ::

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Print the printable provided. Then cut the paper in the middle, in half (vertically), so you have 3 labels on one side and 3 on the other. Then cut each one out (horizontally).
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Then fold over the top and bottom edges together (as shown above) so that you can cut a slit on both sides. This slit will allow you to insert the head of the worm on the left and the tail on the right side through the back.

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In honor of my 100th Post…I hope you all have an EEK-citing Halloween!

For the Teacher Version of this project, check out this post!

For another great GROSS Trick and Treat Idea, check out this post!

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