Posted: 11/6/2011 8:57:36 PM
very cute but i had a hard time melting the candy it kept getting hard any easier ways to melt it?
Posted: 11/2/2010 10:37:39 AM
These were very easy to make and my daughter loved helping!!
Posted: 10/29/2010 8:38:50 PM
Really fun and easy. I melted the white chocolate in a pie plate, which made it very easy to dip them with just my hands. I gave my 4-year-old a bowl of the mini chocolate chips and she added the eyes after I dipped them. We got inspired and colored some of the leftover white chocolate with pink food coloring and added spooky mouths too. They taste great and it was a fun no-stove-needed project to do with my daughter!
Posted: 9/13/2009 6:17:45 PM
These are a favorite around my house at Halloween. I have them on hand when my favorite ghosts and goblins stop in to visit !
Posted: 8/4/2009 12:12:46 PM
SO easy and a definite hit at Halloween parties. Be sure to use small tongs with teeth. I usually try to dip almost the whole thing in the chocolate. If you do that you'll either need more chocolate or make less ghosts!!
It helps to have someone (your child!) putting the eyes on so you don't have to stop to do that before the chocolate gets too hard.
Posted: 10/24/2006 8:12:11 AM
Love the peanut butter taste and they turn out looking just as cute as they are in the picture!
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Posted: 10/16/2006 8:05:56 AM
I made these cookies for a Halloween party and they were a bit hit. They are easy to make and cute as a button. A definite must for Halloween!
Posted: 9/18/2006 8:38:53 AM
I used this recipe last year at my Halloween party. Everyone loved it, and it''s so easy to do!