Bats! You can cut chocolate wafer cookies in half and stick them into pretty much anything and they'll look like bats. This is a super fast treat that requires no cooking- a 10 minute snack.
The first version I made used chocolate graham crackers but then I tried Keebler Deluxe Fudge covered graham crackers and they're just as delicious, though a little less “healthy”.
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Nabisco Chocolate wafer cookies
Keebler Deluxe Fudge covered graham cracker cookies OR chocolate graham crackers
Nut butter (I used peanut butter)
Candy googly eyes- I found tiny (Wilton brand) googly eyes at Michael's - in white and RED! and multi colored ones at Joanne Fabrics.
I bought a crinkle cutter at a yard sale and it makes a fun cut but really a serrated knife will do the job.
Tweezers- it’s hard to position the fangs without them if you don’t have tiny coordinated fingers.
Step 2: Assemble
Cut the chocolate cookie wafer in half with the serrated knife (saw across).
Use any broken bits to make 2 tiny triangle bat ears.
Spread peanut butter on one side of the graham cracker.
Position the wings and ears and then sandwich them in place with a second graham cracker.
Add 2 gel dots for the eyes and a gel smile.
Step 3: Serve
Put the googly eyes on the gel dots, then add the sprinkle “fangs" with the tweezers.
Set up a production line and you’ll have a plate of bats in no time!
Participated in the
Halloween Food Contest 2016