5 Reviews

These were SO fun to make! Even as an adult haha!! I used strawberry laces for their legs as I don't like licorice. They were a little fiddly, but I like spending quiet time concentrating on things, so it was perfect for me, I just took myself out to the kitchen and made them. Sure it would be great fun with kids as well! All in all, a quick recipe that's fun and tasty!

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anniesnomsblog May 04, 2015

These were great! I halved the recipe and my 4 year old put the eyes on. I did as someone else said and put the licorice on the cookie sheet, then dropped the chocolate and marshmallows on top, that worked great! These were super tasty and fun for Halloween! Thanks for this one!

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Soup Lady October 28, 2008

I thought these were very easy to make and my co-workers loved them. One told me the next day that his son enjoyed telling his friends that he ate a chocolate-covered spider. I used red-hots for eyes and chocolate sprinkles to make the spiders look hairy. I thought I might try using candy corn for fangs next time, too. Simple, tasty and fun!

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WickedGood November 06, 2007

Very tasty, fairly easy (but very messy) to make. Kid pleasing and as good tasting as they look. I found it easier to set the licorice pieces down first, then top the blobs of chocolate mixture on top.

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HeatherFeather October 27, 2006

These were cute and tasted really good. We were out of the mini marshmallows so I cut up large ones otherwise I followed the directions exactly. Will make again next halloween. Thank you

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bugsbunnyfan October 01, 2006
Chocolate Spiders