14 Reviews

These are SO yummy!! I made a couple of changes by adding 3 T. of peanut butter to the chocolate chips when I melted them and stirring quartered mini marshmallows in with the chow mein noodles. I think I should have added a few more chow mein noodles because mine looked more like chocolate blobs than spiders, but they were still cute and most important they tasted delicious :)

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nkoprince08 November 08, 2010

Cute, fun and easy! I am trying to use up what I have in the cupboard and I had just about 5 oz of chow main noodles, so this worked out well. My girls thought they were adorable and they taste good too! I have a suggestion though--I wouldn't add water to the chocolate chips--that will make them seize up and you will have a big, huge mess. I would use shortening to thin the chocolate. Start out with 1-2 tsp. and add up to about 1 TBS. Most of the time if I want to dip stuff in chocolate, I have to add a bit of shortening. Thanks for a cute, sweet recipe! KCShell

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KCShell October 26, 2009

Yum! Made with milk chocolate chips and called them "monsters" instead of spiders because I made them into small blobs. Followed other reviewer's advice and added a little bit of shortening to the melted chocolate. They're really good frozen also!

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Absinthe27 November 02, 2010

Very fun for Halloween. With my first batch I should have added more chow mein noodles - even though they were really good they looked like chocolate blobs instead of spiders. The next batch turned out much better and they were a hit at the party. Thanks for sharing!

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CarrieQuiteContrary November 05, 2009

These were so cute! They were a great cookie for the Halloween party. Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews November 01, 2009

The kids AND adults were actually fighting over these at the Halloween party last year! I have put them in my recipe box as a permanant Halloween KEEPER! This is a tradition my kids are going to love!

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Tankgirl August 21, 2009

Ha, I miscalculated at the grocery store for my Halloween party and was one bag short of semi-sweet chocolate chips so i used some white chocolate and used food coloring, it turned more gray than black. They were still delicious and I could have probably left them white to look like ghouls. Anyways, so cute and yummy.

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pineapplebutter November 24, 2008

I loved this recipe! It turned out really good. My niece helped me make them and they were delicious! I will make them again even if it's not Halloween! LOL

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Cashvilleangel November 19, 2008

Excellent Halloween goodies for the kids.

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carolynryanlv November 02, 2008

Really good and easy. I used mini mm's for the eyes. I had 13 spiders.

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Borealis Beegirl November 02, 2008
Bernice's Halloween Spiders