Need some treats for Halloween entertaining? Monster Toes Nutter Butters are super cute and colorful, and scarily easy to make!
Need an easy-to-make treat that screams Halloween? (See what I did there? LOL). Monster Toes Nutter Butters are perfect for Halloween entertaining! These bite-sized treats require no baking at all, just some melting and assembling. They’re so easy to make it’s almost scary. These Monster Toes are super cute and super colorful. Unwrapped Starburst candies and Mike & Ikes make for great toenails. Sprees make terrific eyes. These treats are sure to bring a smile to the faces of children and adults alike. Here’s instructions on how to make Monster Toes Nutter Butters.
Monster Toes Nutter Butters
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- Nutter Butter cookies (1 for each treat you want to make)
- candy melts in assorted colors
- sprinkles (or jimmies if you prefer to call them that) in coordinating colors
- assorted candies – Starburst, Spree, Mike & Ike
Line a baking sheet with wax paper. (This helps ensure that the cookies are sticking to a pan or tray.)
Melt the candy melts according to instructions on the package, taking special care not to overheat the candy. If the candy coating is overheated, it will be too thick. You can add 1 teaspoon of coconut oil or vegetable shortening to help thin the candy but do not add any other type of liquid as the candy will seize and harden.
Dip each cookie into the candy melts, making sure to completely coat the cookie.
Gently shake each cookie to remove excess candy, and then place onto the wax paper.
Immediately add the candy to create the “toe” and dust with coordinating sprinkles.
Allow the candy coating to harden before serving.
Should there be any remaining cookies (and that’s unlikely), store them in an airtight container at room temperature. Placing in the refrigerator may cause the cookie to soften.
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