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Eyeball Treat Recipes and Ideas For Halloween

Updated on June 25, 2017
This Halloween treat is simple to make, inexpensive, and your kids will love them.
This Halloween treat is simple to make, inexpensive, and your kids will love them. | Source

Rice Krispy treats, pop sticks, melted chocolate in Halloween colors, and lots of candy eyeballs in different sizes. Cut the treats in rectangles or circles...the shape is up to you, insert a pop stick, dip each treat in a melted candy color, and place candy eyes on the chocolate before it cools...so simple, inexpensive, and look how cute they look!

Halloween Donut Eyeball Recipe

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Find Easy To Make Halloween Eyeball Treat Recipes

I love finding recipes and making treats that look like eyeballs for Halloween. These scary and gross recipes are going to be the hit of your party or dinner table. Your family and friends won't be able to stop talking about all the fabulous and freaky foods they were served at your party. Some of these eyeball recipes can get pretty gory, but they all are easy to make and delicious to eat. If you want this Halloween to be remembered for a long time, these treat ideas and recipes are for you.

The treat pictured up above is easy to make with mini-powdered donuts, colored gummy lifesaver candies, a chocolate chip pupil, and red icing gel that is usually found in a decorating tube. Just place the candy in the center (you can use a bit of icing or gel as glue if you like) and draw bloodshot lines around the edges of the donuts.

Eerie Eyeballs

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These super freaky looking eyeballs are made with:

  • Powdered gelatin
  • Cream Cheese
  • Marshmallow Fluff
  • Cold Pineapple Juice

You will also need some truffle style candy molds, some food coloring to color the eye's iris, black food coloring to make pupils, some icing piping tips, a small dowel, and a soft paintbrush.

Prepare 2 Tablespoons of gelatin in 1 cup of warm water. Warm 8 ounces of cream cheese in a pot, stirring over a medium heat until the cream cheese is smooth. Add the marshmallow and blend completely. When the cream cheese and marshmallow are smooth and mixed, add in the gelatin mix until all the ingredients are completely mixed together. Finally add the cold pineapple juice and mix again until everything is mixed well together and smooth.

Pour this batter into eyeball molds until they are chilled.

Pop all the eyeballs out of the molds onto the trays you will be serving them on. Gather your food colorings, your tip, and paintbrushes. Put some food coloring on the bottom end of the tip and place that on the center of the eyeball and make a circle. Take your paint brush and brush the food coloring up to the middle of the circle. Then make a pupil with the black food coloring.

The Popcorn Eyeball Treat Recipe

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Most of you probably know how to make a popcorn ball, it's the eye part of this recipe that has you confounded, isn't it? Well, I think a Kiwi - just like the one pictured on the Panna Cotta recipe further down this page would work out pretty well.


A second how to make an eyeball for a popcorn ball is to print out pictures of eyeballs from the internet. Cut them out and place them on a piece of plastic wrap and then wrap the popcorn ball in it. This eyeball isn't edible, but it's a great look for your popcorn balls.

Creepy Coconut Kiwi Panna Cotta Eyeball Dessert Recipes

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This Coconut Kiwi Panna Cotta recipe is another Halloween treat idea that you can make for your guests or family. This recipe is a bit more involved than the others on this page, but from the picture, you can see it's worth the extra effort.

The white background of this dessert is made of coconut panna cotta. The iris of the eye is a slice of kiwi, it's pupil is a plumped up raisin. The desserts blood is raspberry coulis. The eyeball is sitting on a small gelatin sheet and it's there just for the looks. It doesn't change the taste of this treat.

You will need the following materials to make this dessert:

½ c. half-sphere molds
melon baller
1½“ circle cutter

you can find these at a cooking supply store like Williams Sonoma, Amazon, and even Ebay.

You will need the following ingredients for this frightfully delicious dessert:

For the Panna Cotta:

⅓ cup shredded, dried coconut (unsweetened)
¼ cup raisins or other dark-colored dried fruit.
1½ teaspoon unflavored, powdered gelatin
1Tablespoon rum (optional, substitute water if you prefer)
1 cup whole milk
1 cup coconut milk
¼ cup sugar
3 kiwis

For the Coulis:

1-2 c. frozen raspberries
sugar

For the Lens:

1½ teaspoon gelatin
½ cup boiling water
1 Tablespoon lime juice
1 Tablespoon sugar

For complete details on how to make and assemble this Halloween treat click on the picture.

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Eyeball Of Newt Recipe

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These eyeballs are amazing. They are also the easiest Halloween eyeball treat you will ever make. They are made with cookies or crackers and candy eyeballs. Dip each cookie or cracker in melted chocolate - you pick the color, this green looks pretty amazing, don't you agree? Make sure your cookie/cracker is completely covered with chocolate and set it on wax paper to dry. While the chocolate is still warm, place the candy eyeball in the center. Wilton makes two kinds of candy eyes that would be ideal for this treat recipe. One is white and black, the other has red in the whites of the eyes. You pick out the ones you like best. Just wait until you see the reaction you get with these creepy, but tasty, eyeball treats.

Bloodshot Eyeball Recipe

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Peanut Butter Bloodshot Eyeball Recipe

To make these bloodshot looking eye balls you will need the following ingredients:

  • 2 cups confectioners' sugar, divided
  • 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 3 tablespoons butter, softened
  • 1/2 pound white candy coating, coarsely chopped
  • 24 brown Reese's pieces or milk chocolate M&M's
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon red food coloring

Combine 1 cup of the confectioners sugar, the peanut butter and the butter into a bowl. Mix and shape into balls that are about 1 inch in diameter.

Put some wax paper on a cookie sheet and put your finished balls on that paper. When you are done put the sheet into the refrigerator to chill and firm up. This will take anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour.

When you are ready to finish your Halloween peanut butter treats, melt your candy coating in a microwave according to the package directions. Stir until the candy is smooth. Dip each candy ball into the melted candy. Let the candy drip off the candy balls and place it on wax paper. Put a Reese's candy onto each of the "eyeballs". The Reese's candy is going to be the pupil. Let the finished treats stand and cool for about 30 minutes.

Next mix the water, the confectioner's sugar and the food coloring together in a bowl. You can use a paintbrush to brush fine lines on each of your desserts...this will give them the look of a blood shot eye. You can also pour this sugar, water, food coloring mix into a Zip-Loc type plastic bag, and seal the bag. Then snip a tiny hole in the bottom corner. Use this plastic bag like you would an icing bag...draw lines down from each pupil around the eye. Let the peanut butter eyeballs set and them store them in an airtight container. These make a spooky treat for Halloween.

Halloween
Treat
Recipes
Eerie Eyeballs
Popcorn Eyeballs
Coconut Kiwi Panna Cotta Eyeball
Eye of Newt
Peanut Butter Eyeballs
Eyeball Cake Pop Tree
Eyeball Soup
Eyeball Pasta Dinner
Gummy Eyeballs

Eyeball Cake Pop Tree

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This dessert looks like an eyeball tree and it's perfect for a Halloween party or dinner party dessert. This eyeball cake pop tree is made with a cone shaped styrofoam, crinkled shredded paper, toothpicks, and lots of cake balls decorated like eyeballs. Each cake pop is attached to the cone with a toothpick. How cute and cool and creepy is that!

Check Out The Eyeball Dinner Recipes And Ideas For Halloween

I've decided to include a couple very easy to make Halloween dinner ideas on this treat recipes page. I think being served a dinner with one of these dishes would be a treat in itself. Halloween cooking is all about fun, and these recipes are fun to look at and to eat.

Creepy And Easy Monster Eyeball Soup Recipe For Halloween

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This is a bowl of tomato bisque soup decorated with some Greek Yogurt and pimento stuffed green olive eyeballs. If that's not the easiest Halloween recipe you've ever heard, I want to know what is! Make your favorite tomato bisque soup recipe, or open your favorite brand of canned soup and heat it. Pour it into serving bowls and top each with several dollops of Greek Yogurt. On each dollop of yogurt place a sliced green olive with a pimento stuffing. Creepy, scary, freaky, perfect to serve your family or dinner guests on Halloween.

Spaghetti And Eyeballs Halloween Dinner Recipe

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This is a super easy, pretty scary looking Halloween dinner recipe. It's very simple to make this dish. You can see the pasta used in the picture is green, so get some spinach pasta, cook it as you usually would. Add some tomato sauce on top and then apply the eyes. Doesn't it look great? These Halloween eyeballs are simple to make using a small scoop of silken tofu. These scoops were put on a paper towel and patted dry...pat gently. The eye pupils were made with sliced green olives stuffed with pimento with a piece of black peppercorn placed in the middle.

Another way to make eyeballs to place on top of your spaghetti is to cut some small mozzarella balls in half, and use the olive and peppercorn to make a pupil. Or just use a sliced black olive...there are several different ways to make an edible eyeball...and these are just a few of them.

How to Make Gummy/Jello Eyeballs

Spooky Cheese Eyeballs - Halloween Treat

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