Bloody Eyeballs

Let’s say, you are having a Halloween party … wouldn’t you love to ask someone this …

hot cocoa with eyeball

Oh I would love to see the look on their face!

If I would have asked this question when my boys were boys … I’m sure they would have rolled their own eyes and made some comment about me being a dork ;)  But I would ask them anyway … it’s my job to bug them!

Anyway … bloodshot marshmallow eyeballs on a fork are great as pops or hot cocoa stirrers and sooooo easy peasy to make!Bloody Eyeballs served on forks

This is what you will need …

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  • Large marshmallows
  • Red candy melts (white chocolate colored red), melted
  • Plastic forks
  • Colored sanding sugar (I used green and blue, not coarse)
  • Small colored candy confetti (just the black ones)
  • Red edible marker
  • A flat round object about 1/2″ diameter (like the tip of a spoon handle)
  • Water (not in photo)

eyeball on fork instructions

  1. Dip tines of fork in melted candy, tap fork if you have too much candy.  Stick marshmallow on fork.  Let sit for a few minutes to let candy harden.
  2. Dip the tip of spoon handle in water, tap off excess (you want it to be wet, but not dripping) and place it on marshmallow.  Sprinkle sugar on wet spot, pour off excess.
  3. Immediately place and press a black confetti in the center of the sugar.
  4. Use the red marker to draw ‘bloodshot’ lines.  (I find it easiest to make short strokes)

eyeball marshmallows in hot chocolate

I look forward to your comments … do you like your cocoa with eyeballs?

♦ I share my stuff at these fun parties! ♦

You may like these eyeballs too …

marshmallow eyeballs

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12 thoughts on “Bloody Eyeballs

  1. My eyes look like that right now!!! Great fun way to celebrate Halloween with hot cocoa and marshmallows. I remember when living in the States it was always very cold and the kids need to warm up after all that trick or treating.

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