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    Bonnie G #2
    Wed Oct 03, 2012 12:17 pm
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    Don't think I could EVER eat the worms; but bet the grandkids would LOVE them. And they'd be fun to try.
    tasb
    Wed Oct 03, 2012 7:48 pm
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    Dib's, so I didn't use too much icing on the muffins I did cut into the muffins and insert the chocolate tombstones, I did this because I knew the kids were going to get lots of candy from the school's Halloween Party. And if I tried to serve something healthy they wouldn't eat it.
    Olive*
    Thu Oct 04, 2012 7:05 pm
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    I made some halloween eyeballs to send to my niece in college today. I have them in the freezer waiting to be shipped.

    K9 Owned
    Thu Oct 04, 2012 7:15 pm
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    Olive* wrote:
    I made some halloween eyeballs to send to my niece in college today. I have them in the freezer waiting to be shipped.


    How cool is that!!
    MaMere
    Thu Oct 04, 2012 7:42 pm
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    those are very cool Olive!!
    Olive*
    Thu Oct 04, 2012 7:56 pm
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    Thanks! icon_smile.gif The recipe is "basically" like this one, except without the addition of butterfingers. I also used mini m&m's instead of the regular size.Halloween Butterfinger Eyes
    MaMere
    Thu Oct 04, 2012 8:05 pm
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    Thanks for sharing the recipe! Your niece is going to love getting those, you're a good Auntie! icon_wink.gif
    Bonnie G #2
    Fri Oct 05, 2012 6:26 am
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    Love those eyeballs and such a cute container. Perfect.
    **Tinkerbell**
    Thu Oct 11, 2012 9:48 am
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    LOVE the eyeballs, Olive!
    I went to a costume party about 10 years ago and she had made these eyeballs and I loved the look of them, but not the flavor. icon_sad.gif
    It was peanut buttery as well as something else I didn't like, so I'm thinking the Butterfinger was probably what it was.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe link. I definitely want to make these, but will just have to figure a sub for the candy bar. icon_smile.gif

    ETA: Just read a review on it where the chef used crushed pretzels in the mix. Love that idea! icon_smile.gif
    Olive*
    Thu Oct 11, 2012 11:26 am
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    **Tinkerbell** wrote:
    LOVE the eyeballs, Olive!
    I went to a costume party about 10 years ago and she had made these eyeballs and I loved the look of them, but not the flavor. icon_sad.gif
    It was peanut buttery as well as something else I didn't like, so I'm thinking the Butterfinger was probably what it was.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe link. I definitely want to make these, but will just have to figure a sub for the candy bar. icon_smile.gif

    ETA: Just read a review on it where the chef used crushed pretzels in the mix. Love that idea! icon_smile.gif


    You can also make coconut balls instead of peanut butter, if you don't like peanut butter. icon_smile.gif I don't add any other ingredient like; candy, pretzels or cereal to my "eyeballs”. All though I am thinking some crunchy cereal like Rice Krispy’s might give the eyeballs a bit of a crunch when it is bitten into, lol icon_eek.gif But...they are sweet tasting no matter how you make them. I can only eat one… or two.

    I just posted my cookie bark recipe for Halloween.Halloween Cookie Bark It’s the same Oreo cookie bark recipe that has been around a long time. I just added some orange food coloring to the mix. My nieces will have some of that in their gift tins too. icon_biggrin.gif I have always wondered how ingredients get changed in recipes, when a recipe is summited. icon_confused.gif Does someone know how many cookies are in 1½ rows of every sandwich cookie pkg.? I also didn’t think almond bark coating is the same as white chocolate. icon_confused.gif
    Bonnie G #2
    Thu Oct 11, 2012 2:30 pm
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    Olive* wrote:
    **Tinkerbell** wrote:
    LOVE the eyeballs, Olive!
    I went to a costume party about 10 years ago and she had made these eyeballs and I loved the look of them, but not the flavor. icon_sad.gif
    It was peanut buttery as well as something else I didn't like, so I'm thinking the Butterfinger was probably what it was.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe link. I definitely want to make these, but will just have to figure a sub for the candy bar. icon_smile.gif

    ETA: Just read a review on it where the chef used crushed pretzels in the mix. Love that idea! icon_smile.gif


    You can also make coconut balls instead of peanut butter, if you don't like peanut butter. icon_smile.gif I don't add any other ingredient like; candy, pretzels or cereal to my "eyeballs”. All though I am thinking some crunchy cereal like Rice Krispy’s might give the eyeballs a bit of a crunch when it is bitten into, lol icon_eek.gif But...they are sweet tasting no matter how you make them. I can only eat one… or two.

    I just posted my cookie bark recipe for Halloween.Halloween Cookie Bark It’s the same Oreo cookie bark recipe that has been around a long time. I just added some orange food coloring to the mix. My nieces will have some of that in their gift tins too. icon_biggrin.gif I have always wondered how ingredients get changed in recipes, when a recipe is summited. icon_confused.gif Does someone know how many cookies are in 1½ rows of every sandwich cookie pkg.? I also didn’t think almond bark coating is the same as white chocolate. icon_confused.gif


    Is it the same??? I've wondered about that too -I wouldn't think so with the "almond"
    **Tinkerbell**
    Thu Oct 18, 2012 1:04 am
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    Your Halloween cookie bark went right into my cookbook, Olive! Yum! Great photo too!



    It's unfortunate that the data base still can't distinguish between some ingredients.
    Almond bark is a candy coating, like candy melts used in candy making molds. It doesn't contain any cocoa butter, so it is simply an imitation white chocolate.
    I prefer to use real chocolate when possible, but for some things like painting candy molds, dipping pretzels or coating cake pops I choose the candy melts or almond bark, because it doesn't need to be tempered like real chocolate, and it stays pliable a lot longer on low heat. This makes long sessions of candy or cake pop making go much quicker. icon_smile.gif
    Bonnie G #2
    Thu Oct 18, 2012 3:52 pm
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    **Tinkerbell** wrote:
    Your Halloween cookie bark went right into my cookbook, Olive! Yum! Great photo too!



    It's unfortunate that the data base still can't distinguish between some ingredients.
    Almond bark is a candy coating, like candy melts used in candy making molds. It doesn't contain any cocoa butter, so it is simply an imitation white chocolate.
    I prefer to use real chocolate when possible, but for some things like painting candy molds, dipping pretzels or coating cake pops I choose the candy melts or almond bark, because it doesn't need to be tempered like real chocolate, and it stays pliable a lot longer on low heat. This makes long sessions of candy or cake pop making go much quicker. icon_smile.gif


    Thanks for that info I had no idea but I sure like the looks of your candy.
    K9 Owned
    Sat Oct 27, 2012 7:54 pm
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    I just saw these on fb and had to share. They made me rotfl.gif

    Iron Bloomers
    Sat Oct 27, 2012 10:58 pm
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    Those are priceless K-9.....I love them!
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