Raisinets Spiders are a perfect snack that the kids can help assemble. These are a hit at any Halloween party.
- 1/3 cup peanut butter
- 20 round crackers
- 80 thin pretzel sticks
- 20 NESTLÉ RAISINETS Milk Chocolate-Covered Raisins
SPREAD about 2 teaspoons peanut butter over top of 10 crackers. Press 8 pretzels into peanut butter, arranging 4 on each side to resemble legs. Top with remaining crackers. Dab top of cracker sandwiches with 2 peanut butter dots. Place 1 Raisinet on each dot to resemble eyes.
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Kids loved them
We brought these to my daughter's kindergarten Halloween party and the kids all loved them. We used ritz crackers and had fun making them and eating them, too.
Add A Little Twist
I loved the idea of this recipe, but I wanted to make it for a preschool bake sale and peanuts are forbidden. I used Vanilla Wafers instead of crackers and white frosting instead of peanut butter. They were super delicious and everybody loved them!!
This is a fantasticccccc recipe for all ages!
I was a little scared doing this with my second grade class but it turned out GREAT!! They loved it!!
Eensy Weensy Spiders
I completed a language lesson with some kindergarteners and surprised them with this activity. They loved making and eating these spiders. I used cream cheese instead of peanut butter because I always worry about undiscovered peanut allergies with my young students. We also said that spiders can have more than 2 eyes so the additional Raisinets were a nice bonus! This was nice and easy with little mess and clean-up required!
My three year old loves spiders so these were a hit. She loved them even more when I let her make her own. So fun, easy, and healthy. Great combo :)
Girl Scouts Loved Them
We had an event at the library. One of my ladies read a story about a spider and then we had the girls make these spiders. They thought is was funny to eat spiders! It was great because they could do it themselves.
Perfect for those of us who didnt plan ahead. Cute for everyone.
kids will love them
I made these last halloween for both of my childrens classes and everyone thought they were great. I used small candies for the eyes instead.
What a great idea. The kids made these for our Fathers Day party.
All I did was purchase the ingredients. My nine year old did the rest. The spiders were cute and tasty.
I made these for my children (ages 3, 3, and 2) as a snack on Halloween..they loved them...my goal is to sneak in some protein as often as possible and these work very well.
This is a really cute and inexpensive way to entertain a large group of children. Such as the Halloween party I am hosting at our church (friendly items and costumes only). I loved it.
Fun, easy and great for kids.
I think this a great recipe for children. It is easy,fun and takes little preparation. It is great for parties!!!
Easy, fun & tasty..and fast when you need fast!.
I have done this before & you can do it with other cookies(vanila or chocolate)& use a chocolate spread instead of peanut butter!
Great at parties for kids & adults alike!