5 Reviews

These Halloween treats were yummy as well as cute. I did add extra powdered sugar and chilled the balls to make them easier to dip; I also had to melt extra almond bark, as I ran out before I got all the balls dipped. I followed the recipe otherwise and think they made a great presentation. (I liked the look of the decorating gel, but think it may be more practical in some instances to use an icing that actually "sets".) Thanks for posting this fun recipe!

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GaylaJ November 04, 2007

Great Idea! Made them with my nine year old. We took them to a birthday party (that conveniently was a couple days before halloween). They were the hit of the party. They were sloppy dipping and the eyes didn't come out smooth, but that may be my lack of candy making education. It didn't change the fact that they were fun and very cool.

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SimplyCV November 04, 2007

These are excellent! I made them with Wilton white candy melts and one 14 oz bag was perfect for a double batch of the filling. We used the green m&ms and the gel just as instructed and they came out great! Nice & creepy looking yet delicious! This is now a permanent halloween treat in our house!

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MA HIKER November 02, 2007

Very spooky looking. Instead of red decorating gel (I didn't have any), I used red sparkles. They turned out great!

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Gee_Purrs October 30, 2007
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