Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Nutter Butter Ghosts!

So, for our ghostly meeting coming up this October (after our investigation on the 18th!) I am planning on making these adorable cookies in honor of Halloween and the ghosts we may discover on the investigation. Lol! Very simple and combining my two favorite flavors, chocolate and peanut butter!

Nutter Butter Ghosts


Nutter Butter brand peanut butter cookies
White chocolate or dark chocolate
Decorative tube frosting in white or chocolate
mini chocolate chips


Very simple guys. Simply melt your white chocolate or dark chocolate (which ever you prefer and I prefer both!) over a double broiler. Dip the nutter butter cookies into the chocolate. Place on wax paper or drying rack. Once cooled, use the mini chocolate chips for the eyes and/or tube frosting! How simple is that?

Enjoy! I know I will. :) BOO!

I will let you know how the investigation goes. Fits so well into the month of October, doesn't it? Oh and I got the gummy pumpkins at Michaels! :)


  1. These look good enough to eat (har har). They really are very adorable. Thank you for sharing the recipe!

  2. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe! My grown daughter will LOVE it!

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  4. Awesome! These are so going to make an appearance at my kid's halloween party (that is if I don't eat them all first, lol).

  5. Now aren't those just the cutest things! We love Nutter Butters so I am going to have to make these! Thanks!

  6. These are yummy & Cute! I make these every year! Thanks for reminding me of these!
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  7. Oh yummy! Chocolate and peanut butter my favorites.

  8. Okay, sooo going to make these. :)

    Thanks for the recipe.


  9. I saw these somewhere on the web before and thought to try them...so glad you posted the recipe!☺