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Eyeballs on Forks

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Step 1: Ingredients

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2 packages of Ghirardelli White Chocolate chips (11 oz. each)
2 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 Package of doughnut holes (16 oz. Entenmann's Popems Glazed )
Red Decorator frosting --Cake Mate: Classic Colors Writing Icing (4 colors to a pack)
Chocolate chips (Nestle)
Plastic forks
Styrofoam (recycled) with holes poked in it or wax paper


Melt the white chocolate in a microwave safe glass bowl in short bursts. Alternatively, melt the chips slowly in a double burner on the stove.
In a separate container, melt the vegetable oil and then stir it in the melted chocolate until the mix is smooth.

Step 2: The fork

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Spear a Pop'em/doughnut hole with a plastic fork.
Don't use a lollipop stick -the doughnut will spin and/or fall off.

Step 3: Dunk

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Submerge the doughnut into the melted chocolate.

Step 4: Remove

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Remove it.
It might fall off at this point, so be gentle.

Step 5: Shake

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Gently tap/shake off the excess chocolate.

Step 6: Pupil

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Push a chocolate chip into the doughnut, pointy end first.

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Stick the end of the fork into a piece of (recycled) Styrofoam or set the doughnut down on wax paper.
Allow the chocolate to harden (it will lose its sheen).

Step 8: Veins

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Use decorator frosting to make squiggly veins radiating out from the chocolate chip pupil.

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Allow the chocolate to harden.

*If the dipping chocolate becomes too cool to dip into easily - pop the chocolate back into the microwave or put it back on the heat to keep it fluid.

Step 10: Serve on a plate

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Step 12: Serve standing straight up

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Wax paper version.

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Step 14: EAT!

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halberdear5 years ago
you should give this out to the kids that come trick-or-treating. heh heh
boris_19815 years ago
 jejeje!! that is awesome.  :D
jbutler6 years ago
these are awesome!
artsy974026 years ago
Great idea, excellent method and instructions. I will save this for next year's party -- wish I had had these for this last halloween!
Babyshoes6 years ago
Simple and effective! Just a note - you don't need separate steps just to show pictures, you can put them all in one step and use the caption feature to put comments on them :)