I have another fun treat for Halloween! These Zombie Eyeball Cookies will be a hit with everyone! Super cute, and really easy to make! You only need 4 ingredients to make these creepy lil’ eyeballs!
Vanilla wafer cookies, white candy coating, M&M’s and some food gel, and you will have some more scary Halloween goodies in no time!
Zombie Eyeball Cookies
1 box Vanilla Wafer cookies
8 ounces White candy coating or white chocolate bark
Blue Plain M&M’s
Red food/decorating gel
Black food/decorating gel
Directions: Melt candy coating or white chocolate bark in a microwavable-safe bowl, according to package directions. Dip the tops of the cookies, one at a time, into the melted candy coating, and then place on a wax-paper lined cookie sheet.
Top each coated cookie with one blue M&M candy. Place one dot of black food gel into the center of each M&M, to create the pupil of the eye.
Squeeze a dime-size amount of red food/decorating gel onto a paper plate. Dip the end of a toothpick into the red food gel, and gently make zig zag lines around the blue M&M’s, on each cookie, to create the ‘blood-shot’ eye effect.
Let cookies rest about 20 minutes, to let the gel set, before eating. Serve and Enjoy!
12 thoughts on “Zombie Eyeball Cookies”
Great idea, seems simple enough!
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Too cute! My kids at school would love these. 🙂
I’m tellin ya what! I cracked up when I saw these…HOOOOWWWW CUTE! I love the ease of making them too. I’m so tickled you shared this adorable idea. Too fun!
thank you for sharing! This rocks! 🙂
Very clever and completely creepy. 🙂
So simple yet striking!!! Love the bright blue center:-)
Cute idea! I’m torn between making these eyeball cookies or mummy cookies!
These are so creepy yet cute! I love how easy they are to make. And Nilla Wafers–totally an underrated cookie but one of my all-time faves!
Love these, they’re super creepy!
I like the recipe. really nice one. I will surely make that..Thank you for sharing.
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Love it…so many different ways to make eyeball treats – and these definitely are one of the more simple, yet “cute”. 🙂 Glad I came across your blog!