Recipe by Kellidd
"Three ingredients are all you need for this fun and very quick way to make something for your school-age child's class party or home Halloween party!"
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1 (12 ounce) package
white chocolate chips, or as needed
peanut-shaped peanut butter sandwich cookies
miniature chocolate chips
I made these when I used to do daycare. The cookie the recipe is referring to is Nutter Butters. The white chocolate or chips with cocoa butter melts and tastes best. I have never quite melted white chocolate as long as directed, though, but keep an eye on it because it burns quicker than other chocolates. I also add a tsp. of vegetable oil, or so after it is melted, to help with coating. Then, refridgerate the finished cookies to harden. The kids really liked these.
This is such a cute idea but it really didn't work very well for me. The white chocolate never got to dipping consistency. I tried twice, once in microwave, which turned it hard before it ever got soft and again, and once on the stove where it got to a thick spreading consistency (which doesn't work well) but never dipping.
This is a cute use of the cookies.
I haven't done the ghosts yet, but did this several times making snowmen with the Nutter Butter cookies. I used white chocolate coating that you can buy at any store, and for the snowmen, used mini M&M's for buttons. Cute, and they always get eaten!
This is a great recipe! Very fun, easy to do, and kids get sooo excited when they see them. Here is a helpful hint in response to some of the negative comments; instead of miniature white choc chips, use white "coating" choc chips. They are designed for recipes like this and, unlike white choc chips, they do not contain cocoa butter which makes them much easier to work with. Hope this helps.
I made the snowmen several years and served them to adults. What a hit they were. A little time consuming but lots of fun in the end. I believe I'll try the ghosts and serve them to adults also.
No tweeking, just folow the directions.
I made these. My brother in law is allergic to nuts. So I used E.l. Fudge cookies instead. A big hit at the Halloween party. Will make again.
Fun and Easy!
Very cute idea. Used reg size choc chips and they worked just fine. Did half white and then colored the rest with an oil based orange coloring. My 6 year old had fun placing all the eyes. Will likely make again for Halloween although the flavor is just average- more of just a cute thing to do.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 72
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