The Hungry Happenings website has shared an adorable Halloween edible craft. It is an adorable idea for school parties, Halloween Parties and even Zoo themed Birthday party! The Hungry Happenings website is an extremely creative place to find fun activities for whimsical food ideas!
To make your bats, you will need to collect all of the spooky ingredients needed to whip up the scary treat! You will need:
•A chocolate snack cake to assemble the body of the bat
•Wax paper or as suggested by Hungry Happenings, parchment paper to create your work space.
•You will need a black food coloring. Hungry Happenings suggest a food coloring marker. It may be easier for children to use a food coloring or bottled icing with a small tip for ease of dispersing the icing or food coloring.
•Chocolate such as the suggested "melted dark confectionery coating/candy melts
•Squeezeit Mold painter, disposable pastry bag or zip top bag
How to assemble the bat:
Prepare your work area to place the bat on your wax or parchment paper.
Beth of the Hungry Happening Blog shares detailed information on how to create her bat masterpiece on the Hungry Happenings website! Beth suggest:
•draw the bat's wings and fill them in with your icing or melted chocolate.
•Use your icing or food coloring to 'glue" the candy eyes to the bat face and to make the mouth and fangs.
•place your snack cake in the middle of the wings to create the illusion of a bat with his wings spread open!
•You now have created an adorable edible bat. This is a great project for presentation!
Beth of Hungry Happenings has detailed instructions on how to complete this project. She includes special tips on how to work with melted chocolate. The website is a very informative resource on how to make fun and entertaining kitchen crafts and projects. You can also find valuable and useful tips on how to work in the kitchen!
The Mommies and Beyond Blog will be creating a variety of Halloween treats including a try at these cute Halloween bats. Take a peek to see what the Hungry Happenings Blog will create for more Halloween fun and don't forget the upcoming holiday season too! I recommend visiting the Hungry Happenings Blog often to see what the amazing Beth is crafting in her kitchen! You can follow along with the fun at Beth's Hungry Happenings Blog by subscribing for her newsletter. You may find the option to subscribe on the right side bar of her blog. In addition, keep up with the fun by following Beth on Pinterest!
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