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White Chocolate Ghost Pops

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With only two ingredients and a handful of basic supplies, you can make these deliciously easy White Chocolate Ghost Pops in only a matter of minutes. Let me show you how…

A vertical closeup of two white chocolate ghost pops on an orange napkin with pumpkins and a title text overlay graphic

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Delicious White Chocolate Ghost Pops

The ingredient list:

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  • White Chocolate Chips
  • Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips (minis and regular size)

Kitchen tools and equipment needed:

The cellophane bags (listed above and shown in the video) work great for packaging larger decorated sugar cookies too, so think ahead because as we all know Christmas is right around the corner.

How’s THAT for scary news?!! 

For all your fun and festive food supply needs:

Food Service Equipment & Supplies

Why this recipe works:

These White Chocolate Ghost Pops are so scary easy to make that even the kids can get into the act and make them for their friends.

I almost hesitate to call it a recipe because with only two ingredients, in all actuality, it’s more of a “method” than anything else. So here then is the “method to my madness.”

Two white chocolate ghost pops on an orange napkin with a mini pumpkin and black ribbon.

Can white chocolate ghost pops be made in advance?


After piping the pops you’ll need to chill them for at least 30 minutes or until they’ve hardened.

After that, bag them and keep them in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

Additional fun (and sometimes spooky) Halloween recipes:

*Gory Brain Food Jello (pictured below)

Brain Food Jello on a spiderweb plate with a skull in the background.

*Spooky Spider Chocolate Cheese Ball from The Two Bite Club

*Boo Berry Pie (pictured below)

Boo berry pie with a tombstone in the background and a skeleton hand in the foreground.

*Goosebumps Halloween Punch from Sugar and Soul

*Rat Loaf Meatloaf (pictured below)

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*Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats from Daily Dish Recipes

*Frankenstein Rice Cereal Treat (pictured below)

Closeup overhead photo of a Frankenstein rice cereal treat with autumn leaves and gumball eyes.

*Devilish Halloween Deviled Eggs from Jenni Field’s Pastry Chef Online

*Spooky Swiss Meringue Skull (pictured below)

Overhead photo of a Swiss meringue skill with berry puree and skeleton hands.

*White Chocolate Ghost Pops (pictured below) THIS IS THE PLACE!!

Title text vertical collage images of white chocolate ghost pops in cellophane bags with ribbon.

Below is the printable recipe card along with the exact ingredient measurements and nutritional information for making today’s white chocolate ghost pops.

If you’ve made this recipe, or are excited to make this recipe, I’d appreciate it if you’d take a moment to leave it a star rating in the recipe card, along with a comment if you’re so inclined. Thank you. 🙂

White Chocolate Ghost Pops

White Chocolate Ghost Pops

Renee – Kudos Kitchen
These scary easy white chocolate ghost pops require only two ingredients and a few easy kitchen tools. Get the kids busy helping. They're going to love making these fun pops.
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 15 mins
Additional Time 30 mins
Total Time 45 mins
Course Candy Recipes
Cuisine American
Servings 6
Calories 322 kcal


  • 1 bag 12 ounces white chocolate chips
  • 12 pieces mini semi-sweet chocolate chips for the eyes
  • 6 pieces standard size semi-sweet chocolate chips for the mouth


  • Microwave the white chocolate on medium-low power until smooth and creamy. NOT HOT!
  • *Note-Check and stir the chocolate often so the chocolate doesn’t scorch and seize.
  • Carefully pour the melted chocolate into a large zip-top bag and work the chocolate into the corner of the bag. Set aside.
  • Trace 6 ghost shapes onto copy paper (3″ wide x 4″ tall). Perfection isn’t needed here.
  • Cut the ghosts shapes with a scissors and place them on a baking sheet.
  • Place a sheet of parchment paper on top of the ghosts on the baking sheet and add a sucker stick to each ghost (making sure you leave enough room for the stick to be flat and so that the ghosts don’t touch each other)
  • **NOTE – TWO baking sheets and two pieces of parchment may be needed for making six of this size ghosts.
  • Use the scissors to snip the corner of the zip top bag and outline and fill the ghosts (and over the stick) liberally with the melted chocolate.
  • Use an offset spatula or butter knife to spread the chocolate smoothly over each ghost.
  • Place 2 mini semi-sweet chocolate chips for the eyes, and 1 regular semi-sweet chocolate chip for each ghost’s mouth.
  • Place the baking sheet and ghosts on a level surface in the freezer for 30 minutes.
  • Once frozen, carefully add the ghosts to the cellophane bags and tie with ribbon (optional)



Tools and equipment:
baking sheets, parchment paper, plain paper, pen or pencil, scissors, 2 medium microwave safe bowls, offset spatula or butter knife, spoon or spatula, sucker sticks or popsicle sticks, cellophane bags (optional), ribbon (optional)


Serving: 1eachCalories: 322kcalCarbohydrates: 35gProtein: 4gFat: 19gSaturated Fat: 12gCholesterol: 12mgSodium: 52mgFiber: 1gSugar: 35g
Keyword ghost pops, Halloween candy recipe, white chocolate candy suckers, white chocolate ghost pops
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Overhead photo of 4 White Chocolate Ghost Pops on a white plate with an orange napkin and 3 small pumpkins.

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Recipe Rating


Tuesday 20th of August 2019

These are so cute! I can't wait to make them with my daughter for her class!


Friday 23rd of August 2019

Fun. They'll be a hit for sure!

Jessica Burgess

Tuesday 20th of August 2019

Oh my gosh, these are the cutest things ever!!!


Friday 23rd of August 2019

Thanks, Jessica!!


Thursday 13th of October 2016

Yummy...white chocolate...chocolate chips...togetherness!


Friday 14th of October 2016

Glad you like them, Kay. My BFF adores white chocolate so I gave all the ghosts to her :)


Thursday 13th of October 2016

LOVE the video! what a great Halloween treat


Friday 14th of October 2016

Glad you enjoyed the video. I'm doing my best to improve when it comes to shooting them so I really appreciate your comment! Thank you!


Thursday 13th of October 2016

Thank you so much. I'm happy that you liked it!


Wednesday 12th of October 2016

This is creative!


Wednesday 12th of October 2016