Halloween Chocolate Bats

Halloween Chocolate Bats

Cutest Halloween Chocolate Bats. Welcome back to episode 3 of my Halloween food series where I show you step-by-step tutorials of fun and cute Halloween food ideas. Please share this with all the parents and loved ones you know so that the little ones can have some fun. Thank you to Berry & The Boards from Pinterest for inspiring these cute Halloween ideas and tutorials and making Halloween exciting for me. Be sure to check out @berryandtheboards for other amazing recipes too. These little chocolate Halloween bats will take you a few minutes to make and are such a creative and cut activity for anyone at home. Please be mindful that candy eyes are super hard and are mostly there for creativity and looks. I recommend taking them off before you eat the treats as they can be hard to eat.

Halloween chocolate bats

Halloween Chocolate Bats

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These little chocolate Halloween bats will take you a few minutes to make and are such a creative and cut activity for anyone at home. Please be mindful that candy eyes are edible but hard, so they are mostly there for creativity and looks.
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Prep Time 10 mins

Ingredients
  

  • 8 mini Reese’s cups
  • 8 Oreo cookies
  • candy eyes got mine at the Bulk Barn
  • chocolate decorating icing or any melted chocolate

Instructions
 

  • Take out the little cups from the wrapper, add a dot of chocolate icing on top or melted chocolate and break the Oreo in half.
  • Try to break the Oreo half without the icing equally in half as well and stick the two pieces as shown on my video which will be the wings. If any Oreos break just consider it a chef’s treat.
  • Take the icing and add two dots for the eyes and stick on the white candy eyes on top. Enjoy.

Notes

  • You can use any round cookie for this tutorial instead of Oreos. For anyone allergic to nuts you can make these with mini cupcakes or any other nut-free chocolate that’s in the shape of a little cup. 
  • Be mindful that the candy eyes are edible but extremely hard so please be careful or remove them before eating. 
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