Looking for other non-spooky Halloween treats? You’ll love these Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups!Making this adorable kids’ treat does take a little bit of time and effort, so I wouldn’t recommend making a huge batch, but you should be able to easily make enough for an after-school snack, a small classroom party, or a Halloween party with a few friends. They will be talk of the day! Okay, this very important question is eating me up now so I have to stop a moment and ask. I mentioned The Itsy Bitsy Spider above, but I’ve heard people call it The Eensy Weensy Spider. Which one is it?? I remember it being taught to me both ways, but I’ve always said “itsy bitsy.” What do you say and what state/country are you from? Phew. Now that I’ve gotten that question off my chest (I’ll be even better once I have your feedback so I know what to call it), we can move along with this Spider Cookie Ball tutorial.
What You Need
- Sandwich Cookie Balls, not yet coated or refrigerated (you can use this basic recipe–I used chocolate sandwich cookies)
- Crunchy Chow Mein Noodles
- Melting chocolate (either regular chocolate dyed black or Black Candy Melts)
- Mini candy eyes (use store-bought ones or make your own with royal icing–the red ones might be fun!)