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The perfect treat for Halloween.


  • 1 Rice Krispies Treats Sheet
  • 10 wooden craft sticks
  • 20 blue or green M & M's
  • black food coloring marker
  • 2 lbs. melted white confectionery coating
  • 1-2 batches of white modeling chocolate
  • Supplies Needed:
  • 3" round cookie or biscuit cutter
  • pizza cutter and ruler (or a multi-wheel pastry cutter)


Use a 3" round biscuit cutter to cut 10 circles from the Rice Krispies Treats Sheet. Insert a wooden craft stick into each of the treat circles.

Sprinkle some powdered sugar onto your work surface. Roll out modeling chocolate into a long strip. Use a pizza cutter and ruler or a multi wheel pastry cutter to cut 1/4" wide strips. You will need about 80 5" long strips. Set on a parchment paper lined baking sheet. Note: You can also use a pasta machine for this step. Roll out the chocolate and cut into fettuccine size noodles.

Draw small pupils onto the M & M's with the food coloring marker. Hold one pop by the stick and dip into melted white confectionery coating. Hold treat above bowl and let excess coating drip off. You may also choose to just use an offset spatula to spread the chocolate on the treat. Set on a parchment lined baking sheet.

Immediately (as the coating is still wet), attach two eyes and lay modeling chocolate bandages across the pop in a criss-cross pattern. Gently press bandages into the coating to make sure they are secure.

Cut off the modeling chocolate bandages around the edges of the pop. Place pop in the refrigerator or freezer for 5 minutes to harden the confectionery coating. Repeat with remaining pops.

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