Signing Off For 2014 With White Chocolate Chewy Spiders!

White chocolate Chewy spiders Here you go lovelies, my lucky, lucky last post for 2014!

These little treasures were a last minute thought for the market stall I held last weekend, thinking little kidlets might like something to munch & chew on while walking around the market with their parents. As it turned out the kidlets did enjoy them as well as quite a few big kidlets! I had two fully grown men come back and buy an extra 4 after sampling 1 each. Kaymac gave them a big thumbs up too and of course our 3 kidlets inhaled a few too, that’s always a good sign they’re blog worthy!

Earlier this week Blake had his last night of Scouts for the year which included a little Christmas celebration and of course a take-a- plate request……guess what I made him to take along?

You may have come across standard chocolate spiders, found on the back of all good Chang’s fried noodles packets. I thought I’d try something similar with white chocolate and a little more colour & appeal for the kidlets (a few Allen’s snakes and some mini marshmallows had those bases covered!).

It’s totally up to you how you decorate them I’ve crushed M&M’s over the top and also left them whole. I used Nestle White Chocolate melts in the first batch (the market) then Cadbury Dream chocolate for the 2nd batch (at scouts). Both tasted delicious, however I did like the fact that the Cadbury Chocolate melted down a little thinner and gave a smoother finish to the end product.

Close up White Chocolate Chewy Spiders

They take all of 15 minutes to make and the end result is a delicious little mouthful of crunch and chew!

Here’s your How-To:

ingredients pic White Chocolate Chewy Spiders instructionsBirds eye view Chocolate Spiders

White Chocolate Chewy Spiders
 
Prep time
Total time
 
Author:
Serves: 24
Ingredients
  • 300g Cadbury Dream White Chocolate broken into individual pieces
  • ⅔ cup mini marshmallows, roughly chopped
  • 8 Jelly snakes, diced.
  • 1 x 100g packet Chang's Original Fried Noodles
  • Approx 50g m&m's roughly chopped or mini's left whole
Instructions
  1. Line a mini 24 hole muffin tin with patty pans (alternatively you can just line a tray with baking paper)
  2. Melt chocolate (you can use double boiler method, I used Microwave as is so quick and easy: place chocolate in a microwave safe bowl/jug and heat on high for 30 seconds, stir and return to microwave for another 30 seconds, repeat this process until chocolate is melted and smooth. I find 2-3 rounds has it sorted).
  3. Add noodles, mini marshmallows and jelly snakes to chocolate, stir to combine.
  4. Spoon a heaped teaspoon of mixture into prepared patty pans or alternatively just place heaped teaspoonful's onto lined baking tray to create little mounds.
  5. Top with m&m's crushed or whole, the choice is yours.
  6. Place in fridge to set.
  7. Enjoy!

Now a message for you all…..thank you, thankyou, thank you for all your encouraging support again this year.

You my lovely readers are the ones who keep me blogging, your comments, likes, shares, posts and emails let me know that you’re enjoying what I’m giving you and in turn makes me want to continue giving you more of my baking, creating, mothering and lifestyle adventures. 2015 will be another fun year I’m sure.

Speaking of fun have you entered my GIVEAWAY yet? Entries close Saturday night, the perfect way to round down 2014!

As of Sunday evening I’ll be taking a little 100% break from all blogging and social media (let’s call it a good detox), my little family have been so very patient with me and all my blogging, I want to soak up every bit of this precious time of year with them, I hope you understand. Rest assured I’ll be back Mid January baking, creating and sharing with you once again.

I’d like to wish all of you a very safe, happy, merry, love filled, delicious (make and eat lots!!!) festive season. If 2014 has been unkind to you at all please know that you are in my heartfelt  thoughts and prayers xxxx.

Here’s to an amazing and kind 2015!!!

Until then……….

Zamamabakes!

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White chocolate Chewy spiders Here you go lovelies, my lucky, lucky last post for 2014!

These little treasures were a last minute thought for the market stall I held last weekend, thinking little kidlets might like something to munch & chew on while walking around the market with their parents. As it turned out the kidlets did enjoy them as well as quite a few big kidlets! I had two fully grown men come back and buy an extra 4 after sampling 1 each. Kaymac gave them a big thumbs up too and of course our 3 kidlets inhaled a few too, that’s always a good sign they’re blog worthy!

Earlier this week Blake had his last night of Scouts for the year which included a little Christmas celebration and of course a take-a- plate request……guess what I made him to take along?

You may have come across standard chocolate spiders, found on the back of all good Chang’s fried noodles packets. I thought I’d try something similar with white chocolate and a little more colour & appeal for the kidlets (a few Allen’s snakes and some mini marshmallows had those bases covered!).

It’s totally up to you how you decorate them I’ve crushed M&M’s over the top and also left them whole. I used Nestle White Chocolate melts in the first batch (the market) then Cadbury Dream chocolate for the 2nd batch (at scouts). Both tasted delicious, however I did like the fact that the Cadbury Chocolate melted down a little thinner and gave a smoother finish to the end product.

Close up White Chocolate Chewy Spiders

They take all of 15 minutes to make and the end result is a delicious little mouthful of crunch and chew!

Here’s your How-To:

ingredients pic White Chocolate Chewy Spiders instructionsBirds eye view Chocolate Spiders

White Chocolate Chewy Spiders
 
Prep time
Total time
 
Author:
Serves: 24
Ingredients
  • 300g Cadbury Dream White Chocolate broken into individual pieces
  • ⅔ cup mini marshmallows, roughly chopped
  • 8 Jelly snakes, diced.
  • 1 x 100g packet Chang's Original Fried Noodles
  • Approx 50g m&m's roughly chopped or mini's left whole
Instructions
  1. Line a mini 24 hole muffin tin with patty pans (alternatively you can just line a tray with baking paper)
  2. Melt chocolate (you can use double boiler method, I used Microwave as is so quick and easy: place chocolate in a microwave safe bowl/jug and heat on high for 30 seconds, stir and return to microwave for another 30 seconds, repeat this process until chocolate is melted and smooth. I find 2-3 rounds has it sorted).
  3. Add noodles, mini marshmallows and jelly snakes to chocolate, stir to combine.
  4. Spoon a heaped teaspoon of mixture into prepared patty pans or alternatively just place heaped teaspoonful's onto lined baking tray to create little mounds.
  5. Top with m&m's crushed or whole, the choice is yours.
  6. Place in fridge to set.
  7. Enjoy!

Now a message for you all…..thank you, thankyou, thank you for all your encouraging support again this year.

You my lovely readers are the ones who keep me blogging, your comments, likes, shares, posts and emails let me know that you’re enjoying what I’m giving you and in turn makes me want to continue giving you more of my baking, creating, mothering and lifestyle adventures. 2015 will be another fun year I’m sure.

Speaking of fun have you entered my GIVEAWAY yet? Entries close Saturday night, the perfect way to round down 2014!

As of Sunday evening I’ll be taking a little 100% break from all blogging and social media (let’s call it a good detox), my little family have been so very patient with me and all my blogging, I want to soak up every bit of this precious time of year with them, I hope you understand. Rest assured I’ll be back Mid January baking, creating and sharing with you once again.

I’d like to wish all of you a very safe, happy, merry, love filled, delicious (make and eat lots!!!) festive season. If 2014 has been unkind to you at all please know that you are in my heartfelt  thoughts and prayers xxxx.

Here’s to an amazing and kind 2015!!!

Until then……….

Zamamabakes!

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4 Comments on “Signing Off For 2014 With White Chocolate Chewy Spiders!

  1. Judy McLean

    Thanks Zamama
    I look forward to your blog each week, Its a refreshing highlight!
    Wow you do some great stuff.
    Just wanted to wish all the family a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
    Love from
    Uncle Alex and Aunty Judy 🙂

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Awww thanks Aunty Judy, that means so much, so glad you like it.
      Wishing you and all your family a very Merry Christmas and happy new year too. Have a great day! Xxxx

      Reply
  2. Gorgeous photo Danielle! I hope you guys have the most amazing Christmas. You certainly deserve a great break! Congratulations on a HUGELY successful year with your blog. xxx

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Aww thanks Lucy. You are too kind. Wishing you and your family an amazing Christmas too! You’re the one that needs to be congratulated, clever lady being a finalist in Mamamia’s competition earlier this year! I love your work Luce and am very grateful to have found you. Xx

      Reply

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