Halloween. I think there are two types of people out there when it comes to Halloween: those that love all things creepy and gross . . .and those that don't. My hubby falls into the second category. Me, more of the first (as long as it isn't too creepy or super scary). And of course, what kid doesn't love Halloween? Our teenager absolutely loves it - and for several years now, she has been making Halloween treats to hand out to all of her friends. This year I helped her make candy eyeballs. We'll just say the hubby wasn't so excited about them. I brought a bowl of them to work and they were a huge hit. And remember, take two . . .they usually come in pairs ;)
Candy Melts or White Chocolate
Step 1: In a microwave safe bowl, add some candy melts in the color of your choice and melt on low in the microwave for 30 seconds. Then, stir well. If they are not melted yet - go another 30 seconds. After that, stir again. Do not over cook - it will burn. You just want them melted enough to be liquidy. Optional: after the candy is melted, place into a baggie or piping bag, close and snip the tip - this helps with the next step.
Step 2: In the bottom of the round molds, place a candy eye. Then, top with melted candy. Place the molds in the fridge or freezer for about 10-15 minutes - until the eyeballs are set.
Step 3: Once the candy is hardened, remove from the molds. They should pop right out by tipping them upside down and giving the cavity a tiny squeeze.