Nutter Butter Zombie Eyeballs

Let me start out by saying … I have no experience with Zombies, but they seem to be everywhere … on TV shows, TV commercials and other advertisements especially with Halloween around the corner.  Don’t forget that The Walking Dead starts its fourth season on Sunday!  The world seems to be overrun with Zombies 😉

I can see you

I do have experience with Nutter Butters … I buy them, hide them from the family, so that I can create fun stuff with them!  After I take photos, the family will attack eat them.  I just told Son #2 that I made Nutter Butter Zombie Eyeballs … his response – “Oh gaaawwwd” (in his usual sarcastic tone) … I know he will eventually show up and want to eat them 😉

Nutter Butter Zombie Eyeballs

Since I don’t really know any Zombies … I can only imagine that they have bulging blood-shot eyeballs!  I found Wilton Vibrant Green Candy Melts which seemed to be an appropriate slimy Zombie color.

This is what you will need to create your own Nutter Butter Zombie Eyeballs …


  • Nutter Butter Cookies
  • Wilton Vibrant Green Candy Melts (or candy coating colored with candy colors)
  • Large Candy Eyeballs (I found them at my grocery store)
  • Red Americolor Gourmet Writer
  • Large Marshmallows

zombie eyeball  instructions

  1. Cover a tray with wax paper or parchment.  Cut marshmallows in half … dip the knife in water to help it from getting sticky.
  2. Use the red marker to create blood-shot lines on the marshmallows (not on the cut side) … short strokes seem to work best.
  3. Melt the candy according to package directions.  Dip a cookie in the candy, covering it completely and tap off all excess.
  4. Lay on prepared tray and place 2 marshmallow eyes on top.  Chill a few minutes.
  5. Use a dot of melted candy to attach candy eyeballs.

Nutter Butter Eyeballs

Are you a Zombie lover?  I always enjoy your comments!

♦  I share my stuff with these fun parties


28 thoughts on “Nutter Butter Zombie Eyeballs

  1. What grocery store did you find the eyes at? I have been looking at several different stores and I have not been able to find them. I was planning on making them in our class next week, I think they would really like them.


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