Halloween Boo Mix Recipe and Free Printable Bag Topper

Halloween Boo Mix! perfect for my silly kiddies. they’ve been soooo naughty lately, that for their afternoon snack i gave them Boo Mix. only a mixture of ghost poop, witch warts, monster scabs & goblin teeth. and i even forced them to eat it. i guess mom was feeling a bit witchy today…hee hee hee!!!!

and your in luck….if you have naughty little children, i have included the link for my Halloween Boo Mix Bag Topper!  (it’s about time that i got another fun & free printable up on this blog.)
to make your own Halloween Boo Mix you need:
• chocolate chips
• mini marshmallows
• candy corns
• sandwich baggies
• double stick tape or glue
• free printable Halloween Boo Mix Bag Topper printed on cardstock or heavy paper. click here for printable.
mix all the food ingredients together. fill your sandwich baggie halfway up & seal. cut out bag topper. use an exacto knife to cut the top of the ghost out. fold bag topper in half. glue or tape to the top of your  Boo Mix filled baggie.
and for those of you who have kiddies who are sweetie pies all the time…i have included a“nice” version of my Halloween Boo Mix Bag Topper just for you. see, i’m not witchy all the time!
happy halloween!!!!!
{p.s. i really didn’t force my kiddies to eat my Halloween Boo Mix, actually they ate it at their own will. Boo Mix isn’t really made from actual ghost poop, witch warts, monster scabs or goblin teeth. those are just silly names i gave to normal foods. if you don’t think it is silly…just ask a bunch of boys.}


  1. Brooke says

    May I use this for my son’s class? Also, I was wondering if you possibly had a way to get 2 per page of the Naughty Print?

  2. Katrina Ortiz says

    Hi! This is fantastic! I want to make these for my girls school class but i need 42 of them. May I please have your consent so that may take it and make copies of it.

  3. Sue Lavene says

    Hi! I just wanted to thank you for posting the link to the Halloween boo mix bag topper. We printed them out for our own boo mix for my daughter’s school Halloween party and they turned out adorable!!! We were able to give the kids something really neat and not have to spend a lot of time on them. It was a win-win!!

  4. Hi
    I can’t get the printable to load?

  5. Vanessa says

    I love boo mix. It is a great idea. My schools’ KTO made it for the fall fest. Thank you very much!

  6. Amanda says

    I love this!! Would it be possible to change “poop” to droppings. I don’t think my daughter’s preschool teacher would want it to say poop. I could use the nice version, but I like the explanation for each item. Great idea!

  7. Brittany love Halloween boo……..

  8. Mandi says

    Hi there, is there only the one size, or can it be made smaller? I’d like to make these for my boys’ classmates, but I’d like to make them smaller. Thanks for the help!

  9. Kerena says

    Love this! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Danielle says

    Can you e-mail me the PDF for the Boo Mix Bags to danielle7322@yahoo.com. Thanks.

  11. stacy says

    Love this! Making it for a friend.

  12. Danielle says

    is anyone else having a problem pulling up the topper? I click on the hyperlink but nothing comes up any suggestions?

  13. Jennifer says

    Thank you so much! I am going to use this for my son’s class. I know this is asking a lot, but is there anyway you can change witch warts to bat droppings or bat poop? My son’s teacher doesn’t want anything to do with witches. If not, I totally understand. I’ll just use the nice version. I appreciate you being so generous in sharing this free printable!

  14. Jessica says

    I’m having trouble printing these.. It will get about half way through and just stop…. WHY?!?!? Please help

  15. Candice says

    What kind of baggie did you use?

  16. Always looking for new ideas to try, with your permission can I use your bag topper/recipe to help raise fund for local school band program for a fall feast bake sale.

  17. Debbie says

    Thanks for sharing the printout! I was stressing on getting one made tonight.

  18. Kathleen says

    Making this for my sons prek class for Halloween this week 🙂

  19. Colleen says

    Jill- Can I use this for my son’s Halloween party at school?

  20. Heather says

    Awesome template and idea! Could our local Middle/High School Band use this for a fundraiser? Please let me know.

  21. Terry Rose says

    Thank you for the recipe! Something simple to make for our Halloween party!

  22. Hi! What a fun idea!! Would you mind if I use this idea and the printable for a fundraiser? I would sell it at a craft show to raise money for our adoption. Please LMK! Feel free to email – thanks so much! (BTW have you had scarecrow crunch? YUM.)

  23. Thank you for sharing a fun Halloween treat! I love both versions of the bag topper, too! Thank you!

  24. Anonymous says

    link isn’t working. looks like so much fun. want to print it. thank you. Tracy

  25. tiff1783 says

    I am trying to print but they are printing out really big….anyone have any tips or tricks? thank you!!

  26. Anonymous says

    Thanks for the idea, making it for my daughter’s Halloween party.

  27. I love this!! I’m definitely making it for my families Halloween Party!! Thank you!

  28. This will make the perfect party favor for my daughter’s Haloween birthday party. Thanks!!

  29. Anonymous says

    I’m making this tomorrow for my 5 year old birthday she saw it and loves it and thinks its funny love the idea

  30. Hysterical!

  31. Looks good! I’d also add pretzel sticks for “spider legs” for some extra spooky fun.

  32. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 4 post on Oct. 31, 2011. Thanks again.

  33. Just curious, what amounts of food did you use?

  34. Great idea, I love it! I would love for you to link this up at Do Something Crafty Friday: http://vanessascraftynest.blogspot.com/2011/10/do-something-crafty-10.html

  35. So kind of you to share this awesome idea for Halloween snack. And to top it of with a free Bag topper!!!!



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