Oct 4, 2015

Halloween Nutter Butter Fun Part 1

 Apparently the Nutter Butter is one of the most versatile cookies for creating edible Halloween characters...perusing the Internet turned up bats, ghosts, mummies, brooms, and acorns, amongst other things.  The mummies caught my eye on Five Heart Home.  I used their picture as inspiration for my mummy cookie, but experimented with my own method.  The cookie only took a few ingredients, and was fun and easy to make.  Your cute mummies will look adorably spooky on your Candy Cottage as well as making a great addition to any Halloween party.

Nutter Butter Mummies

White Chocolate Almond Bark
Chocolate Almond Bark\
Nutter Butter Cookies
Candy Eyes (Mini M&M's could be substituted)

Melt both of your almond bark candies in separate containers according to package instructions.  Once smooth and melted, dunk and cover your Nutter Butter cookies in the chocolate. Set on a wax paper covered surface to harden.  In the meantime, spoon your melted white chocolate into a Ziploc bag.  Snip a corner, and squeeze the white chocolate in lines back and forth across your chocolate Nutter Butters. 

Keep going to achieve a wrapping effect on your cookie; it shouldn't take long for your cookie to become mummified. Make sure to leave a small space for your eyes.  Attach the eyes with a drop of white chocolate on the back.  Voile', an adorably, spooky, oh so cute mummy!

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