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They may look monstrous, but the only thing scary about these cookies is how delicious they are! As fun as they are to bake as they are to eat, these monsters are created from chow mein noodles to resemble a furry appearance while featuring uniquely crunchy texture kids and adults alike will enjoy.
Chow Mein Noodles
White Chocolate Almond Bark
Green Food Coloring
Yellow Candy-Coated Chocolates
Mini Chocolate Chips
Red Decorator Icing (in the tube)
Melt the white chocolate almond bark according to the directions on the package adding a few drops of green food coloring. Set aside a tablespoon of the almond bark.
Pour the melted almond bark over the chow mein noodles to coat.
Spoon the coated chow mein noodles into a greased mini muffin pan and put in your refrigerator to set.
Use the tablespoon of melted almond bark to adhere the yellow candy-coated chocolate candies to the green chow mein. Then adhere the mini chocolate chips to the yellow candy-coated chocolate candies to create the pupils of the eyes.
Use the red decorator icing to pipe on a funny monster mouth. Allow time for the chocolate to set.
I finely got the four ornaments done!!!! Opinion time...I've never been a fan of this ornament...the mouse dressed up as Santa.
One may wonder why I did it...simple...I don't like doing dishes but I still do them.
The two ornaments...the mouse on heart swing and bird-in-a-pear-tree there ok. The little scottie dog I actual do like.
Well here some of the greenware I will be cleaning next. I have the small kiln almost filled up.
Coffee is on.