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just a heed of warning: must make sure you put the unmarked side of M&M up, altho the black pupil might cover the white M&M mark.
I just made these for a Halloween party and they were a hit. However I think that the next time I try making these, I may put the peanut butter balls into the fridge instead of just letting them dry because they didn't really keep their shape while I had to cover them with the chocolate. But overall, they came out great.
Fun to make!
These are delicious but were left with sticky fingers from the gel. My daughter painted on veins with red food coloring on a few of the eyeâ€™s, it worked great and was not any harder than using the gel.
These got lots of EWWWWW!! and squeals from the neighbor kids. They were a big hit! LOL! Easy and fun to make. The peanut butter mixture is delicious. I ran into a bit of problem with the decorating gel staying wet but I think that was because we've had very high humidity. Great recipe, the kids loved em!
Wanted to post this so I wouldn't lose it. Glad to see it was already on the zaar. This was so much fun to take to my boss's halloween party!
Great recipe! I suggest the following: couldn't find vanilla candy coating so I used Betty Crocker White Chocolate Drizzlers. Great! I also added a little bit of vanilla. Recipe calls for icing but you must use gel. The icing is too thick. Yellow gel was a fun addition to the veins. Lots of fun!