Thursday, October 14, 2010

Witchy Wormy Cookies

My mom made these every October.

And, yes, they are SCARY!!!  Scary because you CANNOT.EAT.JUST.ONE.

First, gather your ingredients...
 

You will need:
 
and and few...
 
...don't forget...
 
Witchy Wormy Cookies

2 pkg buzzards eyes (chocolate chips, 12 oz ea)
1 pkg snails (peanut butter chips, 10-12 oz)
1 can spider eggs (peanuts, 12 oz) 
3 oz. fried worms (Rice/Chow Mein Noodles)
Melt the buzzard eyes and snails over low heat.  Take off the heat and stir in the spider eggs and fried worms; mix thoroughly.

Drop by the spoonful onto wax paper lined cookie sheets.  Freeze until set.  Store in the refrigerator.  (Makes about 40 pieces.)
I'm going to warn you right now...these are MESSY!!!  Do NOT give these to your kids if they are wearing white.  Don't let them eat one while sitting on the "good" furniture, and definitely don't give them one to eat in the car on the way to school.

{What kind of mother lets her child eat a cookie before school anyway? Certainly no one in THIS house. ;)}

 
 
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42 comments:

  1. Amber @ Bluebonnets & BrowniesOctober 14, 2010 at 3:00 PM

    Good golly, I would eat the heck outta those. So cute!!

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  2. Oh yum!! I make something similar for the holidays and they are always a hit!

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  3. I'd be happy to take these frightful creations away from you if they are giving you nightmares :)

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  4. My mom makes these every Christmas, except she uses only butterscotch chips- I love them! These look seriously amazing!!

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  5. LOL.......laughing at Kristen's comment!!

    These look DELICIOUS!!

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  6. I lol'd at your "yes they're scary-because you can't eat just one" comment! My mom used to make these too, and it's SO true!

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  7. Totally BLOWN away by your pictures!! You are totally pro now girl! I didnt even think they were bad before.. I thought they were great! Now they are AWESOME~

    Ok. I am done yelling at you now.

    :)

    Blessings-
    Amanda

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  8. These look very yummy! I bet kids would have a lot of fun making them.

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  9. What an irresistible snacking cookie and definitely another one of your recipes that I'm going to have to make. Still keeping my fingers crossed that you publish a cook book one day, will certainly save me a lot of printing toner LOL.

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  10. OH MY GOSH! NOODLE COOKIES! I LOVE THESE! :) I'm glad the recipe is posted, It's been a while!

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  11. Spooky! Kids will love following this recipe and love eating them even more.

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  12. Love the simplicity of this tasty treat!

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  13. Great recipe...easy, delicious, and I love the salty noodles and peanuts with the sweetness of the chocolate and peanutbutter chips..yum!

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  14. Ok, when am I going to make these?
    I love them every year!

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  15. I remember your mom making those! She gave me the recipe.

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  16. What? Cookies before school...? Never...!! {Baaahaaaahaaa!} Those would totally get gobbled up here!

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  17. I love these things! I might just eat them before school myself!

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  18. Oh my goodness, I just made a version of these today for mycookie post tomorrow. A little bit different but close enough! And yea, I can't each just one. They are to damn addicting!

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  19. I thought my grandma and my mom were the only people who ever made these!! "Chow Mein Cookies" have been a Christmas staple in our house for 50+ years!

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  20. These look fabulous, and I love all of the creepy ingredients! This would be a fun recipe to make with the boy and his buddies. Happy weekend Bridget!

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  21. I've had these before and they are delicious! You could also use rolled oats instead of the chow mein noddles and it's really good, too ;)

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  22. I just want to eat your whole blog.

    Amen.

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  23. I see what you mean. These are definitely scary!! Scary good!

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  24. Hi! from Spain. I like them very much...Hmmmmmmmmmmm...

    Un besote, mi solete.(A big kiss, my sun).

    Vamosalculete.

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  25. They look so yummy and love that they have some crunch to them.

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  26. I love how easy this recipe is! Cannot wait to try it out! Thanks for sharing!

    http://delectableflair.blogspot.com/

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  27. LOL... Love that the look great and sound disgusting now that you have renamed all of the ingredients! These would be the perfect project for a group of kids at a Halloween party. Granted, I don't have kids... but if I did, I'd make these.

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  28. Thanks for the memory: my Grandma made these at Christmas time when I was a kid. Happy, warm memories...

    Linda P.

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  29. A creepy name for a familiar treat. Excellent!

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  30. I love this idea. I can't wait to try it.

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  31. These could not look more fun (and delicious too).

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  32. Wow! Those cookies are pretty good looking. It's like melting in your tongue when you ate it. Yummy! Add some toppings to make it super delicious.

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  33. Oh my God! I should better stop first my diet before making this one. I am sure that I can't resist eating just to of it. I will surely eat a lot in just one sitting. LOL. thanks for sharing your awesome recipe.

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