October 25, 2007 - Crawly Cakes


 

Slip into something a little more comfortable, like an apron perhaps and make your way to the kitchen. The way to your partner’s heart is through the stomach. So what if you’re not a top chef or a well-seasoned baker? You can still impress your honey and tempt his or her palate with these effortless treats inspired by Halloween.

Website NotMartha.org provides simple recipes for those of you who are “not Martha” Stewart. This month’s feature on NotMartha.org is the Crawly Cake. Here’s the secret: You barely have to bake at all! Your favorite snack cake is the main ingredient in these creepy, crawly treats.

Ingredients:

-8 regular Pocky sticks (chocolate covered biscuit sticks)
-8 candy eyes
-Dark melting chocolate (melted)
-1 Hostess Ding Dong


Directions:

Spider Legs
1.) Slice off the cookie end of the Pocky so the white cookie will not show.
2.) Cut the Pocky in half at an angle.
*It is ok if the cookie crumbles when you slice it. The melting chocolate, which serves as glue, will cover it.
3.) Dip one end of both halves of the Pocky stick in the melted dark chocolate.
4.) Secure the Pocky halves together at an angle and let the leg dry on a sheet of parchment paper.
* Refridgerate the leg for quicker drying.
5.) Repeat 7 times. There should be 8 legs total.

Spider Body
1.) Glue eight candy eyes onto one side of the Hostess Ding Dong.
2.) Use a knitting needle to pre-poke holes into the Hostess Ding Dong to attach the legs.
3.) Attach the legs by poking them into the pre-poked holes.
*Be careful not to break the knees!

For instructions on how to make other Crawly Cakes using Little Debbie Star Crunch, or Hostess Sno Balls and Twinkies, visit NotMartha.org.

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