By Linda's Busy Kitchen on October 22, 2007
Photo by kilikina_27_4503315
Photo by kilikina_27_4503315
"Quick N Easy to make, these little BUGGERS are GREAT for your next Halloween Party! Kids love these yummy treats, but don't think the adults won't like them, because they are a hit with both young and old! Serving size varies, depending on how big you make the spiders, and how many of the noodles you use along with the chocolate."
Serving Size: 1 (505 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"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 :)"
"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"
"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!"
"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!"
"These were so cute! They were a great cookie for the Halloween party. Thanks for sharing!"
"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!"
"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."
"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"
"Excellent Halloween goodies for the kids."
"Really good and easy. I used mini mm's for the eyes. I had 13 spiders."
"Easy peasy recipe and yummy too! They were a big hit at the Haunted Halloween Party we had!"
"Easy, cute idea and the kids loved them!"
"Awesome. Made this with my 3 year old and it was just as easy as expected. I finally got to use my edible food marker as well. Hooray!!"
"Fun, fun, fun! Made for DD's 16th costume party and had to hide a plate of them for the late arrivers because the first plate was gone so fast! Cute as can be. Thanks so much!"