Serve up some eye popping fun this year! Oozing red gel frosting and a candy eye add a fun and spooky flair to these easy no bake Peanut Butter Zombie Eyeballs. These are an awesome treat treat for Halloween or Walking Dead parties!
Every year at this time our boys ask if I am going to make spooky eyeballs again. A few years ago I made these fun treats for a party, and now they want a batch of eyes for Halloween every year.
Most of the treats that I make around here are crazy ideas that I have come up, so if the boys request a dessert, I am all over it. And of course, any chance I get to eat chocolate and peanut butter is always a good day.
With three boys in the house I am definitely used to gross things like boogers, farts, and burps. So, oozing bloody eyes do not phase me at all. Ok not true because if I actually had to see that kind of thing in real life I would be grossed out! These treats are cool because it is just candy and frosting.
This past weekend the boys were super pumped to watch The Walking Dead. I have to admit, I have not gotten into this show, even though they keep trying to get me to watch.
First of all, I would have to binge watch zombies for a long time to catch up, and that idea doesn’t thrill me. Finally, it is about zombies. I really have a ton of other things I could be working on.
My husband saw these peanut butter zombie eyeballs chilling on the counter, and he said they look like Glenn’s eyeball. Because they had told me what happened on the show, I knew what he was talking about.
But then he pulled up replays…and made me watch the eyeball scene. Eeeewww eeeewwww! I have no idea how people watch this show…that’s all I have to say about it.
Due to all the blood in that one scene, I would much rather be in the kitchen baking up fun treats rather than watching gore and zombie guts. Just saying!
Now you should recognize this recipe because it is the same as our popular peanut butter balls but with a Halloween twist! Or a Walking Dead twist if that’s how you roll.
Just roll the easy peanut butter mixture into even balls, and then dip them in white chocolate. Squeeze some red gel frosting on the tops and drag it down with toothpicks. Finally, place a candy eye right on top.
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