Looking for an adorable treat to serve at your Halloween party? Try these Easy 4-Ingredient Bat Treats! Spooky good…kids of all ages love ’em!
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How To Make Halloween Bat Treats
Halloween is one those fun and whimsical holidays! It’s fun to decorate and fun to see all the originality and creativity friends and neighbors come up with! We usually head to our friend’s house and walk the neighborhood trick-or-treating after having a block-wide potluck dinner. These Easy 4-Ingredient Bat Treats are the hit of the party! Cute Halloween Treat recipes are the best!
A bite of chocolatey, peanut butter, Oreo goodness! Yum!
Since this Halloween treat is no-bake, they’re easy to make and easy to eat! Even the youngest of helpers would be able to construct these adorable Bat Themed Treats. We made ours in about 10 minutes.
Ingredient for Bat Treats
- Oreo Thins
- Miniature Peanut Butter Cups
- Edible Candy Eyeballs
Other Supplies to Make Bat Treats
- Plastic baggie
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Easy 4-Ingredient Bat Treats
- 12 Oreo Thins Cookies
- 12 Miniture Peanut Butter Cups
- 24 Edible Goggly Eyes
- 2 tablespoons Frosting
- Take apart Oreo Thins and cut cookie wafer in half or cut cookie in half and then take apart. Unwrap Peanut Butter Cups.
- Take a small dab of frosting and place it on the underside of the cut cookie wafer and attach it to the center of the Peanut Butter Cup. Do the same for the other half of the cookie wafer.
- Attach the goggly eyes on top of the cookie wafer wings in the center of the Peanut Butter Cup with a dab of frosting. Repeat steps until all bat bites are done.
Tips for Making Bat Bites
These Bat Bites come together quickly once you’ve cut all the Oreo wafers in half. Cutting them whole and then pulling them apart resulted in less breakage for me, but play around and see what you find. Having a few broken cookies for snacking isn’t all that bad 🙂
You really only need a dab of frosting. Too much and it smooches out the sides and looks a little messy.
These little bites don’t keep long, so best used the day you make them…but that shouldn’t be a problem!
Other Halloween Tips
If you’re wondering what to do with all that Halloween candy once Halloween is over then you have to read 10 Things to Do With Left Over Halloween Candy. We’ve been using some of these ideas, like The Great Pumpkin, since the kids were teeny tiny. Who wants to eat it all? That could be dan-ger-ous. Get creative with these tips!
I’m not so good with costumes, but I love a cute themed recipe!
Have a hauntingly good holiday!
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