Tangled in goodness, this Halloween treat features an eye-popping mixture of creamy peanut butter, chocolate and chopped NESTLÉ 100 GRAND Candy Bar pieces. This is a perfect choice for entertaining and snacks. Cut into wedges to serve.
by J. Jennifer
, Milford, DE on Oct. 2008
I made this for a work function. What a crafty idea. It was a big hit.
by H. Haila
, Fort Worth, TX on Sep. 2008
What a beautiful and fun recipe to make. The Nestle Crunch bars make it really special.
by A. Annabelle
, Mount Airy, GA on Jun. 2007
This recipe was good, but it was SO sweet, I think folks liked to look at it better than they did eat it! But thanks for such a cute idea!
by S. Sonja
, Phoenix, AZ on Mar. 2007
I'm babysitting, and my nieces love to bake. This was so fun. Great recipe. We've made it before, and can't wait to make it again!
by l. lori
, BOGUE CHITTO, MS on Feb. 2007
I made this for my daughter school class. It was a bang. The kids loved it.
spider web crunch
by m. michael
, YUCAIPA, CA on Jan. 2007
well i made this cookie during the holloween of 2006 and it turned out great, thank you to the person who submitted this recipe, because i got nothing but praises from my kids teachers on how great tasting it was, and that it was a major hit to the kids, and i have been asked to make it this year for holloween, which i will, just wanted to say thank you for this recipe.
100 Grand Spiderweb Munch
by D. Delia
, Mabton, WA on Dec. 2006
My grandchildren have been coming to our house every other day or so during their Winter break. Feeling very unconfrotable about the wide variety of age differences between these two brothers, I stil went ahead and started to read a book to them titled Charlotte's Web. I was so surprized to see how my oldest was so interested in the story as well as my three-year-old was. To quickly shorten this long wonderful story; we read the book four times before I was able to suggest that we bake something good to eat. We came to the computer to visit your website and found this recepy which we just finished baking. my grandsons savored munching on the Spiderweb Munch and drank so much milk along with it that my youngest asked me if we could bake a cake everytime we read a book together. How does this grab you guys over at VeryBestBaking? I know that this is something that this grandma will never forget! Thank you.
by C. Char
, HUDGINS, VA on Nov. 2006
My daughter and I made it this wonderful dessert for her Halloween party. The kids and adults fought over the last piece and many parents asked for the recipe. It was definitely a hit!
by C. Carla
, Douglas, AK on Nov. 2006
I made this recipe and it was SO easy. I also like the fact that it is SO versatile. The candy can be changed, the shaped can be changed, and the decoration can be changed for just about ANY Holiday or celebration!! THANKS for this GREAT recipe!!
Good but needed revision
by T. TRINITY
, JACKSONVILLE, FL on Nov. 2006
This was a really fun easy recipe that my family liked but we had to change a few things and made a new recipe. I found that the chocolate with the kripy cereal didn't stick together very well.
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