Reeses Puffs Crunch Monster Eyeballs

Halloween is such a great holiday with the kids, especially with 2 little boys in the house. They LOVE everything creepy and crawly ๐Ÿ™‚  Sheesh, we’ve had our Halloween costumes picked out for a couple weeks now.

I was thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Bettycrocker.com again this year for another goulish treat using their cereal. It will be on their website soon. This is my creation for a fun, kid friendly Halloween recipe…..Reeses Puffs Crunch Monster Eyeballs!

I think the boys and I gobbled these up the same day we made them, wait until you sink your teeth into these babies! YUM about sums it up. Take a peek and enjoy ๐Ÿ™‚

Here’s your line up ๐Ÿ™‚

I think my kids could eat this entire box in one sitting if I let them!

Mix up your ingredients….

….now time to roll into the “monster’s eyeball.”

Melt your chocolate and give the eyeballs a little dip ๐Ÿ™‚

Use M&M’s for the eye and you are in business ๐Ÿ™‚

How cute are these?

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Reeses Puffs Crunch Monster Eyeballs

3/4 Cup crunchy peanut butter
1/2 Cup powdered sugar
1 Cup Reeses Peanut Butter Puff Cereal, crushed

1 cup chopped chocolate
1 small bag candy coated chocolate pieces (M&M’s)

1. Place peanut butter, powdered sugar and cereal into a large bowl. Mix until dough forms. Take 1 Tablespoon pieces and roll into balls. Freeze for 15 minutes.

2. Melt chocolate in a double broiler until smooth. Using a toothpick or skewer dip peanut butter balls into chocolate leaving top centers open. Let chocolate harden then place candy coated chocolate pieces in center of opening to form the eye. Serve chilled or room temperature.

yield:  14 monster eyeballs

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Have a spooktacular new week ๐Ÿ™‚  See you soon!

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  2. Ceri

    I’ve made some substitutions – creamy peanut butter, organic panda peanut butter cereal and white chocolate with the sixlet eyes – pretty tasty.

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  4. Deann

    we tried these today…yum! the kids loved them! I think I’ll make them smaller next time, with mini M&Ms. then the kids can eat more. LOL

  5. Hey Jenny

    These are so adorable. It’ll be a great treat to make when my great nieces are visiting. We usually pick something delectable to make together and these will be a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Jenny, these look like so much fun. I absolutely love making fun Halloween treats with my kids. I don’t comment a lot but I’ve been an avid follower since you first started blogging. I have really enjoyed seeing how much you’ve grown. Look at you now, you’re famous!! Keep up the great work!

  7. Great Recipe! Looking at them, maybe a little dot of black food coloring in the middle or a dot with one of those edible markers would really make these stand out!

  8. These are so cute Jenny! I bet your boys loved these!
    The girls and I love Halloween too and we spent some time in the kitchen making some fun Halloween treats this weekend. So fun!
    Good luck in NYC!! ๐Ÿ™‚

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