Raisinets Spiders are a perfect snack that the kids can help assemble. These are a hit at any Halloween party.
Kids loved them
by J. Jordan
, , on Feb. 2010
We brought these to my daughter's kindergarten Halloween party and the kids all loved them. We used ritz crackers and had fun making them and eating them, too.
Add A Little Twist
by N. Nicole
, Citrus Heights, CA on Sep. 2008
I loved the idea of this recipe, but I wanted to make it for a preschool bake sale and peanuts are forbidden. I used Vanilla Wafers instead of crackers and white frosting instead of peanut butter. They were super delicious and everybody loved them!!
, on Oct. 2005
This is a fantasticccccc recipe for all ages!
, ca on Oct. 2005
I was a little scared doing this with my second grade class but it turned out GREAT!! They loved it!!
Eensy Weensy Spiders
by K. KAREN
, PLAINVIEW, NY on Sep. 2005
I completed a language lesson with some kindergarteners and surprised them with this activity. They loved making and eating these spiders. I used cream cheese instead of peanut butter because I always worry about undiscovered peanut allergies with my young students. We also said that spiders can have more than 2 eyes so the additional Raisinets were a nice bonus! This was nice and easy with little mess and clean-up required!
by J. Jody
, Blairsville, GA on May. 2005
My three year old loves spiders so these were a hit. She loved them even more when I let her make her own. So fun, easy, and healthy. Great combo :)
Girl Scouts Loved Them
by A. Anne
, Culpeper, VA on Feb. 2005
We had an event at the library. One of my ladies read a story about a spider and then we had the girls make these spiders. They thought is was funny to eat spiders! It was great because they could do it themselves.
by J. JENNI
, CC, TX on Sep. 2004
Perfect for those of us who didnt plan ahead. Cute for everyone.
kids will love them
by D. Dawn
, Grand Island, NY on Sep. 2004
I made these last halloween for both of my childrens classes and everyone thought they were great. I used small candies for the eyes instead.
by d. dave
, boone, NC on Jun. 2004
What a great idea. The kids made these for our Fathers Day party.
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