On The Kitchn in the past, we've seen homemade candy corn and Halloween candy bars. Elsewhere around the web, we've seen homemade snickers bars , Twix bars and peanut butter cups. But we'd yet to see one of our favorite childhood bad-for-you treats done at home: Pixie Stix!
Last week CHOW wrote about their own version, the Trixie Stix. They gave a few different flavor ideas inspired by pastry chefs from around the country including chile-tamarind, black sesame, yuzu, beet-rose, and urban-foraged spruce tips. To make the homemade treats, you'll need a coffee or spice grinder, a small funnel, and paper straws.
Related: Five (Classy) Halloween Treats