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Bat Nutter Butters

Decorating cookies for Halloween is a rite of passage at my house. Heck, anything kitchen related is a rite of passage. That means, any time I can let the littles start earning their ‘stripes’ early, I’m all for it. And these Bat Nutter Butters are a perfect opportunity for just that. It lets them play around in the kitchen, decorate awesome snacks (usually for themselves and their friends), and it lets us build memories together that will last a lifetime. Or, at least memories I’ll always cherish. Have fun!

bat nutter butters

What You Need To Make Bat Nutter Butters:

bat nutter butters

How To Make Bat Nutter Butters:

Melt the brown candy melts according to package instructions.

Prepare your area by placing a sheet of parchment paper on your counter.  Parchment paper is vital as it makes sure the cookies won’t stick!

Unwrap the Reese’s Cups. Using the decorating gel, place a dot on the back of the candy eyes.

bats step 1

Attach two candy eyes to the Reese’s Cup.  Set aside.

bats step 2

Dip the cookies into the brown candy melts and evenly coat.  

bats step 3

Lay the covered Nutter Butter cookie on the parchment paper.

bats step 4

Working quickly, place the Reese’s Cup on the middle of the cookie before the candy hardens.  

bats step 5

Add a smile using the decorating gel.

bats step 6

Let sit and the candy to harden.

bat nutter butters

Bat Nutter Butters

Bat Nutter Butters

Decorating cookies for Halloween is a rite of passage at my house. Heck, anything kitchen related is a rite of passage. That means, any time I can let the littles start earning their 'stripes' early, I'm all for it. And these Bat Nutter Butters are a perfect opportunity for just that. It lets them play around in the kitchen, decorate awesome snacks (usually for themselves and their friends), and it lets us build memories together that will last a lifetime. Or, at least memories I'll always cherish. Have fun!

Ingredients

  • Dark brown candy melts
  • Nutter Butter cookies
  • Candy Eyes
  • Miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cups
  • White Decorating Gel
  • Parchment Paper

Instructions

  1. Melt the brown candy melts according to package instructions.
  2. Prepare your area by placing a sheet of parchment paper on your counter. Parchment paper is vital as it makes sure the cookies won’t stick!
  3. Unwrap the Reese's Cups. Using the decorating gel, place a dot on the back of the candy eyes.
  4. Attach two candy eyes to the Reese’s Cup. Set aside.
  5. Dip the cookies into the brown candy melts and evenly coat.
  6. Lay the covered Nutter Butter cookie on the parchment paper.
  7. Working quickly, place the Reese’s Cup on the middle of the cookie before the candy hardens.
  8. Add a smile using the decorating gel.
  9. Let sit and the candy to harden.
These Bat Nutter Butter Cookies are fun to decorate with the kiddos and make a great Halloween snack! Click now!
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Melanie at Dish Dish

Monday 5th of October 2015

These are adorable! And I love the multiple combinations of peanut butter and chocolate, too. Always a favorite around here. Thanks for the cute idea.

Jamie

Monday 5th of October 2015

Glad you like them!

Carlee

Friday 2nd of October 2015

Those are so cute! I love nutter butters, so these would certainly be a hit! Pinning!

Lisa @ Fun Money Mom

Thursday 1st of October 2015

What a cute idea! I'll have to pin this to my Halloween board! Visiting from Artsy Fartsy Link Party

Jamie

Friday 2nd of October 2015

Thanks!