EDITOR’S NOTE (October 28, 2022): I published this unique recipe for the first time on October 27, 2019 and named it Holy Halloween Candy. At the time, I felt inspired to create a happy treat that celebrated Jesus instead of the darkness blasted almost everywhere on October 31.
Today, I changed the name to Holy Treats. Added three new photos.
DISCLAIMER (NOT SPONSORED): I have not been paid to endorse pictured products.
Delighted to share the ingredients I purchased and used to make these unique treats. All comments are my own.
I shared this “idea” for the first time back in October 2019 on my Facebook page.
Many people loved it.
However, several were angry that I wrote a scripture on the “TREAT!” About 20 people LEFT my page. It was TOO MUCH for them to handle.
The comments ranged from love… to hateful.
Thankfully, I gained 100+ NEW followers the same day 20 left.
Today, I felt inspired to share it again on my Facebook page. So far, comments are more positive than negative.
I feel confident that the Almighty God that I serve will make this treat a blessing to many. I trust Him completely. AAAAAMEN!
The dry roasted peanuts container and candy corn package are almost empty because I shot this photo after I used the dry roasted peanuts and candy corn to create treats.
Thanks for understanding (smile)!
Consider writing a favorite scripture on the clothespin to encourage and inspire anyone who reads it. I love John 3:16.
HOW TO MAKE HOLY TREATS
Write a favorite scripture on a small slip of paper and tape to palm of each “stuffed” glove.
Stuff a few or several gloves with your preferred hard candy.
A bag of clothespins and nail polish costs $1 in most dollar stores.
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- 10 clothespins
- 1 bottle orange nail polish
- 10 vinyl gloves
- 2-3 pounds butterscotch candy (individually sealed) Or candy corn.
- 50 lollipops Or peppermint canes.
- If desired, write a scripture on one side of clothespin. Paint second side with orange nail polish. Set aside to dry.
- Insert butterscotch disk into each finger of vinyl glove.
- Insert lollipop into each finger of vinyl glove. Press firmly against butterscotch disk.
- Fill palm section with butterscotch disks.
- Twist end. Seal with painted clothespin.
- Write John 3:16 and "Jesus Saves" on the clothespin. Write "Jesus Saves" on a small piece of paper. I taped paper to palm of glove with two band aids.