3 Easy Halloween Desserts for Kids with Eyeball Sweets

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Halloween Desserts That Kids Can Make

Need an easy Halloween dessert recipe for a school party or trick-or-treat event? These three recipes are so easy that your kids can make them. They also have one common ingredient: eyeball sweets.

If there's one ingredient I suggest you keep to hand during the Halloween season, it's eyeball sweets. They liven up almost any food. 
The kids can make these Halloween marshmallow pops totally by themselves.
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Halloween Marshmallow Pops

Ingredients:
Directions: 
Draw a "scary" face on to the marshmallow using a food marker. Take the eyeball and press it hard into the marshmallow so that it's secure. Using an edible glue will help ensure that it stays in place. Stick a lollipop stick or cut straw in the top and enjoy! Tip: if you wanted to colour the marshmallows before drawing on them, use a colour mist (orange or green is always fun for Halloween).
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Easy Nutter Butter Ghosts

Ingredients:
  • (1) 16oz package of Nutter Butter biscuits
  • Eyeball sweets or mini chocolate chips
  • (1) 12oz packet of white chocolate chips  or bag of white candy melts (can be near this size as you won't use all of it)

Directions: 
Lay out a sheet of greaseproof paper to put the finished biscuits on. Melt the white chocolate chips over a double boiler (or melt the candy melts per bag instructions). Depending on the consistency of the melted chocolate, dip the biscuit or use a knife to spread it on one side (or both, if that's what you prefer). While the chocolate is warm, place the mini chocolate chips or eyeball sweets. Let the chocolate completely cool. 

Tip: try eating the biscuit with white chocolate on just one side first. Chocolate on both sides might be too sweet for some palates, in addition to being slightly more difficult to make. I personally find that one side is enough.
An easy three-ingredient Halloween dessert.
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An easy three-ingredient Halloween dessert.

Easy Halloween Oreo Bats

Ingredients:
  • Oreos (Halloween, regular or Double Stuf will do)
  • Eyeball sweets
  • Melted chocolate, candy melts or edible glue (optional)

Directions: 
Twist off one side off two Oreos. Break one of the removed sides in half to create the wings. Stick the halved pieces back on to the cream filling to create the bat's wings. Use the other removed side to cover the wings. Use something sticky (melted chocolate, candy melts or edible glue) to hold the eyeball sweets in place. 

It also helps to use melted chocolate, candy melts or edible glue to keep the new side stuck to the wings and filling, but it's not necessary if people are simply going to pick up the biscuit and eat it.
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