Adorably spooky and easy Nutter Butter Mummies for Halloween made with Nutter Butter cookies, melted white chocolate, and sugar eyeballs!
Are These Easy To Make?
Nutter Butter mummies could not be any easier to make! You only need 3 ingredients, they're no bake, and they look like you put a lot more effort into them than you did.
Can Kids Help Make Them?
This is a perfect Halloween activity for kids! A grown up will need to help them melt the white candy melts or almond bark, but they will love to help you dip the cookies, place the candy eyeballs, and drizzle on the spooky mummy wraps.
Since mummy wraps aren't perfectly straight and symmetrical anyway, these Nutter Butter mummy cookies look great when they are drizzled kind of messy and random. You can't mess them up!
What Do I Need?
- Nutter Butter Cookies - make sure you get the ones that are shaped like a peanut instead of the perfectly round ones.
- White Candy - you can use almond bark, white candy melts, or white chocolate chips (though the latter may not stay as firm and set up as the other two)
- Candy Eyeballs - There are so many cute things you can make with these little sugar eyeballs... I already have several other ideas!
You'll also need some wax paper to set the Nutter Butter mummies on to let the candy harden, as well as an airtight container or a storage bag to keep them cool and dry until you're ready to eat them.
What Do They Taste Like?
Nutter Butter cookies are two peanut butter cookies sandwiched with sweetened peanut butter filling. These Nutter Butter mummies take those cookies and give them a generous coating in white chocolate. They are a mixture of crunchy and creamy with vanilla and peanut butter flavors. Because of the candy coating, they are quite sweet!
Can I Make Them In Advance?
All of the ingredients used in these Nutter Butter Mummies are shelf stable, making them a perfect make-ahead treat for your spooky season celebrations. Just make sure you keep the finished mummies stored in a cool, dry place in an airtight container and you'll be good to go. Enjoy!Print
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