Trick or Treat! Snickers Pot Pie!

Happy Halloween!

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Belly up to the bar and have a glass while the Snickers Pot Pie is baking!

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Things are busy today

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Astronauts are carving pumpkins!

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You have to be fearless!

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Pumpkins just look scary!

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Danger is brewing in the kitchen

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We’re making Snickers Pot Pie!

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The snickers must be totally buried in dough

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Then baked to a golden glow

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10-12 minutes until they just start to ooze

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Then into the pot,

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There’s no time to lose!

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Melted chocolate,  caramel and a hot doughy bite

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The true danger lies in how many you’ll eat tonight!

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It’s really quite shocking how good these “pies” taste

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You can be sure there they won’t go to waste!

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Use them to keep the goblins at bay~

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and have a frightfully delightful Halloween day!

Here’s the recipe:

SNICKERS “POT PIE” [Chocolate Croissants]  for a printable version click here

1 can  crescent roll dough [use reduced fat if you like, every little bit helps!]

12 fun size Snickers candy bars

Separate dough into 4 rectangles, pinching triangles together.  Cut in thirds and gently stretch each piece of dough.  A rolling pin sticks to the sticky dough so just use your hands.  Place candy bar on a diagonal on dough rectangle and fold edges over candy, forming an “envelope.”  Gently pinch dough together to totally enclose candy bar.  Place dough packages on a sil pat or parchment paper lined baking sheet.  Bake at 375, 10-12 minutes until golden.  Drizzle with melted chocolate and sprinkles if desired. Serve warm or at room temperature.  Makes 12

Happy Halloween!

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Comments
16 Responses to “Trick or Treat! Snickers Pot Pie!”
  1. Mary says:

    Jenna, You are so clever with Snickers Pot Pie! Warm candy bar miniatures in dough, what could be better and a treat to try with leftover Halloween candy too! Love the googly eyes on your pot lid 🙂 I bet those adorable astronauts will be sorry for all the Halloween fun to be over!

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  2. Sounds yummy! Have fun with the kids-Happy Halloween:@)

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  3. This one makes me smile, Jenna. Happy Halloween!

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  4. Very fun post! Happy Halloween!

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  5. Liz Mackie says:

    Love this little recipe. Thanks so much and “Happy Halloween” to you and your family!

    >________________________________ > From: the Painted Apron >To: lizzm@att.net >Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2013 3:01 AM >Subject: [New post] Trick or Treat! Snickers Pot Pie! > > WordPress.com >the Painted Apron posted: “Happy Halloween! Belly up to the bar and have a glass while the Snickers Pot Pie is baking! Things are busy today Astronauts are carving pumpkins! You have to be fearless! Pumpkins just look scary! Danger is brewi” >

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  6. I have never heard of such a thing, your crafty soul you♥

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  7. Dee says:

    Those look wickedly good! They would disappear fast around here. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Jacqueline says:

    I’m hopping on my broom and heading over! Be there in a witches’ minute! That looks wonderful. I have done chocolate in pastry before, but, be still my heart – Snickers?!! Yum. Everything looks fun and festive! Have a fun Halloween night! The kiddies will be knocking soon.

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  9. Christine says:

    Those snickers pie looks so good and you displayed them wonderfully. Fun post!…Christine

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  10. Rattlebridge Farm -- Foodie Friday says:

    Delicious! So adorable and festive. You have the bestest ideas, girl!

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  11. Rettabug says:

    I know what I’m doing with my leftover Halloween candy!! This is a darling idea & your little grands are just delightful. How sweet they are at that age!!
    Love all your decorations, too.

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  12. Those are oh so dangerous and I probably would eat way more then I should! Deliciousness!

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  13. Kim says:

    What a fun post, Jenna! Those pies look delicious and dangerous! 😉

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  14. Shawna says:

    Ahhhh…He is so cute!!! Thank you for sharing this wonderful post on our Four Seasons Blog Hop.

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