Introduction: Crunchy Chocolate Spiders

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this 'ibles a little late for Halloween but  i am Australian and i don't celebrate it!
i made these for my nieces Halloween birthday party and they are so simple, and quick to make!!

these crunchy, chocolaty arachnids don't take long to whip up and make a spooky party treat! 




Step 1:

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for your spiders you will need

a block of chocolate (milk or dark preferably) (about 200-300 grams)
two tablespoons of smooth peanut butter
crunchy noodles
(you can find these in Asian supermarkets  Or Asian isle of your grocery store)
small round  candies (i used mini M&M's)

YOU WILL ALSO NEED
baking paper (waxed paper)
a baking tray
a microwave/a saucepan on the stove
a table spoon
a mixing bowl (microwave safe)
spatula or wooden spoon

Step 2: Melting

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break your chocolate into pieces and place them in a microwave safe bowl add peanut butter and microwave at thirty second intervals until melted and smooth, mix well

( i didn't add a picture of melting it as taking a photo of a microwave is hard!)


Stove top version

break up chocolate into pieces, place in saucepan with peanut butter and stir over low heat until melted and smooth
pour into bowl

Step 3: Make 'em Crunchy!!

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add crunchy noodles to chocolate mixture and fold in so not to break noodles up to much
use spatula to scrap mixture from sides of bowl

Step 4: Its Aliveeee

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line baking tray with waxed (baking) paper

spoon teaspoonfuls of mixture onto the tray (aww, lil spiders)
add matching eyes before chocolate sets
refrigerate until firm and enjoy!!!!

Comments

bajablue (author)2012-09-05

Very nice work... voted!

AussieAnglerGal (author)bajablue2012-09-05

thank you Bajablue!!!!

Zephyra Dragonborn (author)2012-03-25

Omg, I'm so trying this-I love chocolate AND chow mein

why thank you zephyra ;)

CrazyBassFisherwoman (author)2011-11-26

These are great!
And they look really cool too!!!!

hahaha

thanks crazybassfisherwoman, sister to aussieanglergal! LOL

Ha ha ha

thats Ok AussieAnglerGAl sister to CrazyBassFisherwoman

caarntedd (author)2011-11-26

I just made these (for the kids, honest!) It took literally 5 minutes from start to finish. A short stay in the freezer to harden them up and we, I mean the kids were eating them. Thanks for sharing.

thats GREAT! they are a very quick project!
hehehe, hope the kids liked them! thanks for making them

ilpug (author)2011-11-23

Cant wait to make these in cooking class...

AussieAnglerGal (author)ilpug2011-11-23

oh thats great! can you send me some pics when you do?
thank you for trying this!
good luck!

ilpug (author)AussieAnglerGal2011-11-24

I don't think i can get a picture if i make them at school. Our school bans pretty much all personal electronics, so taking a picture would be pretty impossible. I will see though.

AussieAnglerGal (author)ilpug2011-11-24

yea thats ok, i know whatcha mean
but good luck!!!!!

ChrysN (author)2011-11-22

Nice! They look tasty.

AussieAnglerGal (author)ChrysN2011-11-22

thank you! :)

AussieAnglerGal (author)2011-11-21

hey jessyratfink
thanks!
the only problem is their addicting! LOL

jessyratfink (author)2011-11-21

So cute! I bet they're delicious too. :D

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