Halloween Spider Web Munch

"This is a traditional treat I make for my family every Halloween. I hope that you enjoy it, too."
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  • Heat chocolate chips and 3/4 cup peanut butter in small, heavy-duty saucepan over low heat, stirring constantly until smooth.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Add sugar, stir vigorously until smooth.
  • Put cereal in a large bowl.
  • Add 1 cup melted chocolate mixture to cereal, stir to coat well.
  • Place on ungreased baking sheet.
  • Using a small spatula, shape into a 10-inch circle with slightly raised, 1-inch wide border.
  • Pour remaining chocolate mixture in center of circle; spread to border.
  • FOR SPIDERWEB: place remaining peanut butter into small plastic bag.
  • Cut tiny hole on one corner of bag, squeeze to pipe concentric circles on top of chocolate.
  • Using wooden pick or tip of sharp knife, pull tip through peanut butter from center to border.
  • Refrigerate for 30 minutes or until firm.
  • Cut into wedges.

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  1. Jess S.
    This recipe looked and tasted awesome. Thanks!
  2. JWPsMom
    I made this for a school Halloween luncheon. At first, I was dissapointed because I couldn't get it in the shape of a spiderweb. So, I mixed it all in a bowl, spooned out in plastic spoons, chilled in the fridge overnight and called it "Scoop-O-Poop". It was a great hit!
  3. Darling Nikki
    This looked awesome! And a tip to keep the bag from splitting when piping the peanut butter. Warm it in the micro for 10 seconds b/4 using. My hubby and I stuck a plastic spider and fly on this, it looked great! The only thing was that this was overly rich for our tastes. Too much chocolate and since I love chocolate so much I thought I'd never say that:-)
  4. Dietzgirlz
    I have made this the past 3 years for my daughter's birthday treat at school (October birthday) and the teachers and kids always love it. Sooo rich and yummy. I always buy the little black spiders to place on top too. Very cute! (I usually have some chocolate mixture leftover, it seems to make a lot)
  5. ChefDebs
    I made this as part of a buffet for a teen halloween party, it turned out really well and was devoured by all...the only problem I had was to use a sandwich baggie to pipe the PB but it kept bursting in odd places, so had to revert to a freezer bag ( much stronger)



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