This chocolate spiderweb is awesome and totally doable before Halloween, even for baking newbies!
Many people will be throwing Halloween parties this year, and even more people will be attending them. For all of those people who are looking to BYOT (Bring Your Own Treat), there is a spooky solution. The recipe is simple and uses things available around Halloween time. So get your mouth ready to water over some chocolate spiderwebs.
This tasty treat will make you the life of the party. Everyone will ask you for the recipe!
Amirah Kassem of Flour Shop shared a tutorial on how to make her web creations. These spooky treats are scary cute, but can fill you up as well. You’ll need to purchase some wax paper, M&Ms, stick pretzels, and melted white and dark chocolate.
Use the melted white chocolate to draw a spiderweb on pretzels that have been laid into the proper shape. Then, drop a dollop of dark chocolate on another sheet of wax paper, plop down an M&M, and draw tiny spider legs shooting from it. Let it cool down — you now have a tiny, nonthreatening spider.
There are obviously differences in the approach to making chocolate spiderwebs — but be sure to stick to your guns and don’t let anyone tell you your webs are crooked. At the end of the day, food tastes better when you truly care.
Enjoy this spooky snack this Halloween!