Creepy Apple Monster Mouths Recipe

 

Creepy Apple Monster Mouths RecipeIMG_6889

Making a healthy treat that is fun and holiday themed is never easier than in the fall. These Apple Monster Mouths would be perfect for an after school snack or even a fall party.

INGREDIENTS
1 Apple
1/4 cup Peanut Butter
Yogurt Covered Raisins OR
Almond Slivers OR
Mini Marshmallows
Red Food Coloring

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DIRECTIONS
Add 8 drops of food coloring to peanut butter and mix well to make it more mouth colored.
Slice off the sides of the apple leaving a 1″ section in the middle which includes the core.
Slice each of the sides in half and then cut out a wedge in each to make a mouth.
If you are making these up in advance, use lemon juice on cut areas of apple to minimize browning.
Fill mouth with peanut butter.
If your apples are small, only one row of teeth will fit.
If you are using marshmallows, allow them to sit open on a counter for several hour to begin to dry out, so they are easier to cut.
Use scissors and cut diagonally to shape fangs or horizontally to make teeth.
Use a knife to trim almond slivers if you want a nice straight edge for teeth.

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Creepy Apple Monster Mouths Recipe
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Ingredients
  • 1 Apple
  • ¼ cup Peanut Butter
  • Yogurt Covered Raisins OR
  • Almond Slivers OR
  • Mini Marshmallows
  • Red Food Coloring
Instructions
  1. DIRECTIONS
  2. Add 8 drops of food coloring to peanut butter and mix well to make it more mouth colored.
  3. Slice off the sides of the apple leaving a 1" section in the middle which includes the core.
  4. Slice each of the sides in half and then cut out a wedge in each to make a mouth.
  5. If you are making these up in advance, use lemon juice on cut areas of apple to minimize browning.
  6. Fill mouth with peanut butter.
  7. If your apples are small, only one row of teeth will fit.
  8. If you are using marshmallows, allow them to sit open on a counter for several hour to begin to dry out, so they are easier to cut.
  9. Use scissors and cut diagonally to shape fangs or horizontally to make teeth.
  10. Use a knife to trim almond slivers if you want a nice straight edge for teeth.

 

Comments

  1. James Robert says:

    You’re good! These are terrific and don’t know how you think of all of this. I could see my kids if they came home and saw these on the table. They would love it! Best pin it so I can try it. Thanks for a fun blog filled with your great ideas!

  2. Nicole says:

    This look so creepy and gooey, and perfect for Halloween parties. My kids love creative food like this. Going to have to make some of these.

  3. Karen Glatt says:

    These look like a lot of fun to make. I know that we like apples and these would be a fun treat to have out for Halloween. I will be going to a Halloween party and would love to take these.

  4. Dandi D says:

    This would be a really fun thing to make with my son for a snack.

  5. Easy and yes… creepy!

  6. shelly peterson says:

    These are so perfect for the Halloween season! My son had just seen them and said they were cool and asked to make them. Will have to try them out.

  7. Sarah L says:

    These are so much fun and would be great to take to a party.

  8. CR Williams says:

    This would be great for Halloween!

  9. Sarah Hayes says:

    these would be so fun to make with my LO this year. I will add it to our to do list for halloween fun!

  10. tanya holland says:

    These are great. I love this. My girls would have so much fun making these.

  11. Darlene Jones-Nelson says:

    Oh the kids are going to love these. I wonder if they would want to help with them, or if I just want to do them!

  12. Shannon says:

    These are so fun. Thank you for sharing with us.

  13. Kathy Pease says:

    What a great idea I will have to make these for Halloween. It will be really fun 🙂

  14. Robin Wilson says:

    You are sharing some of the best Halloween snacks/recipes I have ever seen. I love that these are cute and a healthy, nutritious!

  15. You make it look so easy! I’m sure my attempt at this would be an epic pinterest fail!

  16. These are cute! My kids can’t have red food coloring, but I think it would work with just peanut butter. You have the greatest Halloween ideas! Your kids must have so much fun at your house!

  17. Jeane Campbell says:

    Ok.. so that is creepy~!

  18. CR Williams says:

    These are so creative!

  19. Karen Propes says:

    Wow, the teeth look almost realistic in the picture. This is such a great little snack. I going to make this one and the kids will love it!!!! We like Halloween, our friends and family. We are always trying to out do the each other. But with all the ideas I have gotten from your blog, I may be the ruling champ this year. Of course if they look at my pinterest boards we may be making the same things. LOL

  20. Sandra Watts says:

    LOL, I love these. They are so fun and creepy looking!

  21. Wendy Jabkowski says:

    These are great – fun to make and to eat!

  22. Barbara Montag says:

    Oh wow that looks ghoulish!
    thanks

  23. Sarah Matos says:

    My girls are going to get a kick out of this! Trying this soon 🙂

  24. Tamra Phelps says:

    I love them!! Lol, these would really impress my nephews. I’ll have to give these a try!

  25. G K says:

    These look great! I love the different teeth and use of peanut butter.

  26. Sarah L says:

    Much better for Halloween that all that sugary treats.

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