Eyeballs and Bandaids – HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Eyeballs and Bandaids

Yes, you read that right. I surprised my kids yesterday after school with some creepy and gross snacks. They loved the “used” bandaids and bloodshot eyeballs and had fun trying to gross each other out. These little treats couldn’t be easier to make and made my little ones very happy! I love it when something so simple can put HUGE smiles on their faces.

Eyeballs and Bandaids

For the Eyeballs:

Flatten the marshmallows with the palm of your hand. Place a chocolate chip upside down into the center of the marshmallow then place squiggles lines around the marshmallow.

For the Bandaids:

Combine a touch of milk with the powdered sugar – not too much because you want the frosting thick. Separate the graham crackers. Spread a bit of frosting down the center of each cracker. Place a smear of red frosting in the center of the white frosting.

Place on a serving tray and serve. Enjoy!

               

Eyeballs and Bandaids

Eyeballs and Bandaids

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • For the Eyeballs:
  • 4 marshmallows
  • 4 chocolate chips
  • Red gel frosting
  • For the Bandaids:
  • 2 whole graham crackers separated
  • 2 tbsp powdered sugar
  • 1/2 tsp milk more if needed
  • Red gel frosting

Instructions

  • For the Eyeballs:
  • Flatten the marshmallows with the palm of your hand. Place a chocolate chip upside down into the center of the marshmallow then place squiggles lines around the marshmallow.
  • For the Bandaids:
  • Combine a touch of milk with the powdered sugar - not too much because you want the frosting thick. Separate the graham crackers. Spread a bit of frosting down the center of each cracker. Place a smear of red frosting in the center of the white frosting.
  • Place on a serving tray and serve. Enjoy!
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17 Comments

  1. Kim in MD says:

    Eeeewww! How fun! How I can imagine how much your kids loved these creepy Halloween treats! Happy Halloween, Pam!

  2. What a cute idea!! The kids look like they had a ton of fun making these too!!!

  3. Peggy Recker says:

    These are very cool!

  4. Mmmmm I love heating biological hazards for dessert 🙂 😉 😮 :p
    What a creepy collection and I mean that in the best possible way. You rock as a mom.

  5. These are so awesome! I pinned for the future! Happy Halloween!

  6. A simple idea and so cool!
    I imagine that your kids had fun with these treats.

  7. It’s fun to spoil the kids with something silly! Happy Halloween!

  8. those bandaids are super creative and, best of all, easy!