19 Reviews

Phenomenal idea!!! I made these from scratch and use some green food coloring. I will admit it was a bit time cosuming shaping them out into the snake forms but man was it worth it. People were speachless at the dinner table! They couldn't believe they were actually edible. Thanks for the ghastly idea!

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Sandra Anne October 24, 2009

These are so cute. If you don't like olives or pimentos, try cutting up dark raisens or a peppercorn for the eyes. Use string red licorice for the mouth. I would bake them first, cool, then poke a small hole with a toothpick & insert a small piece of red licorice. You could also make a sweet treat by brushing with butter & sprinkling with cinnamon sugar.

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sbaur803 October 16, 2009

This is a cute idea!! I haven't tried this yet but was thinking about using pretzel dough instead for my 4yr old daughters daycare for a Halloween party or make it sweet, I don't know if the little kids would eat the black olives (she loves them) but I don't even like the pimento so I was wondering how I could change it a little to be "toddler friendly" any suggestions? Thanks

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gkclangdon October 15, 2009

That is the cutest idea, thanks!

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BarbaraB1953 October 13, 2009

why snakes on sticks

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plparks October 12, 2009

Don't know how I forgot to rate this, I made them last year for Halloween and they were delicious! A lot of fun for the kids and they tasted great, I will make them again!

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Soup Lady September 29, 2009

These were fun for our Halloween dinner. I spread them with a little soft butter and sprinkled them with parm cheese. I pressed the cheese down before I wrapped them around the skewers. I used green olives for the eyes. My pimientos fell out of most of them. I was in a hurry when I made them and I think I should have dried them a little on paper towel. I will be making these again.

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cookee monster November 01, 2008

These were great! Somewhat time consuming, but well worth it. My son's third grade class loved them! So did all the teachers!

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shamattu October 31, 2008

These turned out really cute, and the kids loved them! Thanks for the great idea!

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sydsmama October 29, 2007

These help make our April Fools Day dinner a smashing success. I made them and my 4 yr old practicely fell out of his seat. He loved them as we all did. I will make them again as it was a fun thing to eat.....Stephanie

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mommyoffour April 14, 2007
Snakes on a Stick