Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats

3 candy treats made up to look like bats, on a butcher block cutting board


Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats

These spooky little bats are made with only 4-ingredients and wow do they taste great! Easy to make, these delicious candy bats are perfect for the lunchbox, afternoon snack, or a Halloween party. Your little ghosts and goblins will love these tasty Halloween treats.

It does not get any easier than this for cute Halloween snacks and treats. This “recipe” is a great one to make with your children or grandchildren. Everything comes together quickly, and if there is a little extra peanut butter on a batwing, so what?

7 candy treats made up to look like bats, on a butcher block cutting board, a plate of cookies in the upper right, a bowl of candy eyes in the upper left


Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats Notes:

• Ideally, 1 Oreo cookies makes 4 ‘batwings’. But Oreos are fragile cookies and tends to break and crumble easily. So keep a few extra to be on the safe side. Save the broken Oreos. Run them through a food processor to make Oreo crust for your favorite no-bake pies or icebox cakes.

• You do not have to use a baggie for the peanut butter, a piping bag and narrow piping tip (say, a #2) will work.

• While I have not done it, Rolo’s would probably work too. If peanut butter is an issue, you could use candy melts, or chocolate frosting, to attach the wings.

• This “recipe” can be doubled, tripled, quadrupled, etc., to accommodate your needs.

Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats. These spooky little bats are made with only 4-ingredients and wow  do they taste great! Easy to make, these delicious candy bats are perfect for the lunchbox, afternoon snack, or a Halloween party. Your little ghosts and goblins will love these tasty Halloween treats.


Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats Ingredients:

• 12 miniature Reese’s cups, unwrapped
• 6 Oreo Cookies (or similar sandwich cookies)
24 small Candy Eyes
• 2 tablespoons of Peanut Butter

Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats Mise en Place:

• Knife
• Cutting Board
Measuring Spoons
• Baggie (or Piping Bag and Tip)
• Serving Tray

Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats. These spooky little bats are made with only 4-ingredients and wow  do they taste great! Easy to make, these delicious candy bats are perfect for the lunchbox, afternoon snack, or a Halloween party. Your little ghosts and goblins will love these tasty Halloween treats.


Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats Directions:

1. Cut the Oreo cookies carefully cut in half. Separate the pieces and scrape off the filling. Each Oreo cookies should give you 4 ‘batwings’.

Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats. These spooky little bats are made with only 4-ingredients and wow  do they taste great! Easy to make, these delicious candy bats are perfect for the lunchbox, afternoon snack, or a Halloween party. Your little ghosts and goblins will love these tasty Halloween treats.


2. Place 2 tablespoons of peanut butter in a small plastic baggie and snip a corner.

Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats. These spooky little bats are made with only 4-ingredients and wow  do they taste great! Easy to make, these delicious candy bats are perfect for the lunchbox, afternoon snack, or a Halloween party. Your little ghosts and goblins will love these tasty Halloween treats.


3. Apply a small dab of peanut butter to one end of each Oreo ‘batwing’. Press the ‘batwing’ onto the sides of Reese’s cup to make wings.

Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats. These spooky little bats are made with only 4-ingredients and wow  do they taste great! Easy to make, these delicious candy bats are perfect for the lunchbox, afternoon snack, or a Halloween party. Your little ghosts and goblins will love these tasty Halloween treats.


4. Now add another tiny small dab of peanut butter onto the back of two candy eyes and place on the inner edge of the wings to make the bat eyes.

Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats. These spooky little bats are made with only 4-ingredients and wow  do they taste great! Easy to make, these delicious candy bats are perfect for the lunchbox, afternoon snack, or a Halloween party. Your little ghosts and goblins will love these tasty Halloween treats.


5. Let the Halloween Bats sit in the fridge for 10 seconds for the peanut butter to firm up a bit. Serve.

6 candy treats made up to look like bats, on a butcher block cutting board


Yield: 12

Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats

Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats

Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats. These spooky little bats are made with only 4-ingredients and wow do they taste great! Easy to make, these delicious candy bats are perfect for the lunchbox, afternoon snack, or a Halloween party. Your little ghosts and goblins will love these tasty Halloween treats.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 12 miniature Reese’s cups, unwrapped
  • 6 Oreo Cookies (or similar sandwich cookies)
  • 24 small Candy Eyes
  • 2 tablespoons of Peanut Butter

Instructions

1. Cut the Oreo cookies carefully cut in half. Separate the pieces and scrape off the filling. Each Oreo cookies should give you 4 'batwings'.
2. Place 2 tablespoons of peanut butter in a small plastic baggie and snip a corner.
3. Apply a small dab of peanut butter to one end of each Oreo 'batwing'. Press the 'batwing' onto the sides of Reese's cup to make wings.
4. Now add another tiny small dab of peanut butter onto the back of two candy eyes and place on the inner edge of the wings to make the bat eyes.
5. Let the Halloween Bats sit in the fridge for 10 seconds for the peanut butter to firm up a bit. Serve.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

12

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 276 Total Fat: 16g Saturated Fat: 5g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 3mg Sodium: 188mg Carbohydrates: 35g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 27g Protein: 6g
Note: for exact nutritional information, consult your dietician. All nutritional information provided is simply a guideline.
Easy Halloween Bats Candy Treats. These spooky little bats are made with only 4-ingredients and wow  do they taste great! Easy to make, these delicious candy bats are perfect for the lunchbox, afternoon snack, or a Halloween party. Your little ghosts and goblins will love these tasty Halloween treats.


Check out these terrific Halloween treats:

Spider Cookies Recipe These fun and spooky Spider Cookies are delicious Halloween treats all your little ghosts and goblins will enjoy. Easy to make, these Spider Cookies will be a big hit at your next Halloween party, packed in a school lunchbox, or as an afternoon treat.

Mummy Cookies Recipe – These adorable Mummy Cookies are a spooktacular Halloween treat! Great for Halloween parties, lunch boxes, dessert or an afternoon treat, your entire family will enjoy these tasty cookies!

Easy Halloween S’mores Recipe – You do not need a campfire to get the great taste of S’mores. Make these delicious Halloween S’mores in your kitchen in about 10 minutes. Great for parties and snacks, these cute Halloween s’mores are a simple sweet treat adults and children will love!


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Visiting The Buffalo Zoo

Visiting the Buffalo Zoo is a fun time wrapped in an educational experience. Bring the whole family to enjoy the many animal exhibits and interactive displays. The Buffalo Zoo also offers specific field trip, educational opportunities and tours.



Visiting the Buffalo Zoo is a fun time wrapped in an educational experience. Bring the whole family to enjoy the many animal exhibits and interactive displays. The Buffalo Zoo also offers specific field trip, educational opportunities, and tours.

Visiting The Buffalo Zoo

Founded in 1875, the Buffalo Zoo is the third oldest zoo in the United States. Open year-round; the Buffalo Zoo welcomes approximately 400,000 visitors each calendar year. Located on 23.5 acres in Buffalo’s Delaware Park, the Zoo’s emphasis today is on increasing awareness of the importance of conservation to the benefit of both animals and humans.



Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


When I originally wrote this post in 2014, the Buffalo Zoo was in a state of flux. The Arctic exhibit was not open (see the polar bear above), there weren’t any robotic dinasours, the baby rhino had not yet been born (the baby rhino is now out and about)… but there were (and are) big plans, and you could see the changes happening!

The Buffalo Zoo is located within Delaware Park – which is part of the Olmstead Park system. The Zoo is 23.5 acres within the 375 acre park, and, the zoo is never going to get any bigger. So, the Zoo must make do with the space they have, picking and choosing which animals they can comfortably house.

The Elephants are now gone. There is an elephant retirement community at the New Orleans Zoo, so that is where they now roam. It is more room and the elephants will be well taken care of in their old age.

Last year, Hubby and I decided to expand our charitable contributions to give to the Buffalo Zoo. So, I made a donation that is in the Leadership Tier, and thought nothing of it. A few weeks later, I recieved an email from the Director of Development thank me for our contribution, and offering us a private tour if we would like.

This spring, I emailed her to take advantage of the offer, and a few weeks ago, my two nieces, and their children (my grandniece and grandnephew) and I went to visit the Buffalo Zoo on a perfectly glorious summer morning.

Because the little ones are only two years old, the tour was short and sweet, and geared to a 2-year-old’s attention span.

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


We first stopped at the otters. They were swimming and playing, but one of the zoo staff was kind enough to come over and feed them so the kids could enjoy the “show”.

The only fly in that ointment was when my grandniece wanted the fish to toss in. LOL Fortunately, she is short and a quick move to hide the fish tray behind the zoo employee’s back solved that request.

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Our next stop was a real hit!! We wandered over to the giraffe house to feed them leaves.

The building they are in is also the vet hospital at the zoo, where the animals are housed when they arrive (for 30 days), and where their feed is kept. It smelled like a barn!

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


While there were three giraffes in the area waiting for us, only A.J. and her “baby” Sampson were interested in being hand-fed.

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


The zoo keeper at the giraffe house had a five gallon bucket full of leaves for us to hand feed the giraffes. I wasn’t interested, and neither was my grandnephew, but my grandniece? Wow, they could hire her as an employee! She loved it.

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Once that was done, we went over to the building where they house the walking exhibit animals, and zoomobile animals. These are the animals that are very calm, and used to little ones.

The kids loved seeing the sloth, turtles, owls, and more behind the scenes.

And then we were done.

Since those animals were living in the other side of the gorilla house, we decided to see what was up with the gorillas. But, toddlers being toddlers, the kids were more interested in the big fish tank in front of the exhibit. At that point, we decided it was prpbably time to leave.

You can book a tour at the zoo even if you are not a members. Simply click the experiences page to decide what best suits your needs, and contact the Buffalo Zoo.

Below is the original post I wrote back in 2014 about the Buffalo Zoo. It is interesting to see the changes!

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Our first stop in the Buffalo Zoo (after the bug house… ewww) was at the Western Lowland Gorilla Habitat.

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


This little cutie was having a great day! Nyah was born on September 4, 2013 to parents Lily and Koga. When we first arrived, she was along for the ride …

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


… but quickly got off to go exploring on her own.

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


She certainly is inquisitive ….

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


… and Mom was keeping a close eye so she didn’t get hurt! You could practically hear the, “Come HERE! I said NOW!!”

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


Dad seemed content to let Mom be the bad-guy.

Buffalo Zoo Gorillas


One of the other gorillas was having a fine time playing on the tires and bars.

We left the gorilla habitat and wandered around a bit after that.

The Buffalo Zoo Polar Bear


The Buffalo Zoo’s Arctic Edge is being built for the Polar Bears, so they are sharing outdoor space with the Tigers – but not at the same time!!

The Buffalo Zoo Polar Bear


As luck would have it, when we exited the Gorilla Habitat there was a water war of sorts going on in the pool. Not sure which bear won.

The Buffalo Zoo Polar Bear


The Buffalo Zoo Polar Bear


The Buffalo Zoo Polar Bear


There was some canon-ball activity after the pool fight!

Buffalo Zoo African Lions


Buffalo Zoo African Lions


In the next enclosure, are the African Lions.

Buffalo Zoo African Lions


He is surveying his kingdom!

Buffalo Zoo African Lions


She looks asleep in this photograph but just a few minutes before I took the picture she was awake and swatting at something that buzzed bye!

Buffalo Zoo Chameleon


This lady had a chameleon on a stick. That chameleon really did blend in! She was telling us that the reptile house at the Buffalo Zoo was designed by Marlin Perkins while he was the curator of the Buffalo Zoo. I must admit, I never knew he was the Zoo’s curator for a time – the jokes I make about Marlin Perkins being right at home in the Buffalo area were due to Wild Kingdom fame. How ironic that he really was at home here!

Buffalo Zoo Zebra


There were a buncha Zebras wandering around their enclosure.

Buffalo Zoo Bison


I only saw two Bison. One was eating, the other was shedding.

Buffalo Zoo Giraffe


I am surprised those trees have any leaves left on them the way that Giraffe (in the background) was attacking them! The other one looked like s/he was looking for bugs in the grass.

One of the animals we didn’t get to see was the rhino. She had a good excuse though, She had just had a baby!

My camera was giving me trouble starting with the Giraffes. I missed the otters, the elephants, and none of my photographs of the other animals that I took from behind the glass or fencing came out well enough to share.

Hubby and I spent about 90 minutes in the zoo. I think you would need about 3 hours to see it all if you were not a frequent visitor. We skipped quite a bit.

The Buffalo Zoo is much reduced in animals from when I was a kid, heck from when Sonny-boy was a kid! This is in conjunction with their learning and breeding programs.

I hadn’t been to the Buffalo Zoo in close to 15 years, and was surprised that they took away, what used to be, a very good flow from one exhibit to the next by blocking off areas, and closing some of the houses. Also there is a lot of renovation going on, chiefly with the bears. Not only is the Arctic Edge being constructed, but the old bear caves are blocked off. This means you can’t flow from the Giraffe house to the exit cleanly. Just something to be aware of if you have not been there in a while.

Admission is $13.95 for adults, $10.95 for for children 2-12, and you can apply your admission to costs for up to 30 days to the cost of a yearly pass. The Buffalo Zoo also has a reciprocal list to various other Zoos and Aquariums in the United States and Canada.

You might also like my 365 Things to Do in Niagara Falls and Buffalo, NY post!


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Country Style Fried Apples Recipe

country-style fried apples in a white bowl on a grey background


My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma’s country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe

Mmmm apples! Apples are a delicious source of fiber, vitamin C, and potassium. Check out the apples from New York website for more apple nutritional information! And, here is a great article with all the benefits apples bestow upon our bodies!

Popular Apple Varieties in the United States:

Most of these apple varieties are available in your local store, farm grove, or at your local farmstand in the north. If you live in New York State, as I do, you know apple picking is a very popular family outing!!

As many of you know, Hubby and I spent a lot of time at Cornell taking Max to the vet hospital the last few years. We were able to see the Cornell Orchards (which are basically across from the vet hospital, with a few roads and parking lot in between), and buy apples at their Orchard Store more than a few times (free parking!). A number of these popular apples on the list below were developed in New York State. And, Cornell continues to work on new apple varieties we can all enjoy!

But what apples are best to cook with? Which ones are sweetest? Which are tart? Well, our friends at the US Apple Association have these great tips and descriptions so you can choose the perfect apple for the “task”:

• Cortland – Founded more than 120 years ago by horticulturalists in New York State, Cortland is a beautiful and tart apple.
Best use: Corland apples browns slower than most when sliced,it is great for serving up as a snack or in a salad.
Available in the fall through early winter.

• Crispin – Sweet, refreshing and super crisp.
Best use: eating, baking, freezing, or cooking into sauce.
Available year-round.

• Empire – From the Empire State, New York, these delicious apples are a cross between Red Delicious and McIntosh and were developed by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. This crisp, juicy apple has a delightful sweet-tart flavor and creamy white flesh.
Best use: all-purpose apple.
Available between September and July.

• Fuji – Fuji is a cross between Ralls Janet and Red Delicious. Sweet flavor and firmness.
Best use: fresh for snacking
Available year-round, beginning in September.

• Gala – Crisp, juicy, and very sweet.
Best use: snacking.
Available year-round, harvesting starts Mid-July

• Granny Smith – Very tart flavor.
Best use: an all-purpose apple, Grannies work equally well as a snack or in pies and sauce.
Available year-round, harvested in August

• Jonagold – A blend of Jonathan and Golden Delicious apples, New York native Jonagold offers a unique honey-tart flavor and crispy, juicy, nearly yellow flesh.
Best use: eating fresh and for cooking.
Available October through July.

• McIntosh – Juicy, tangy, tart McIntosh has a tender, white flesh. Best use: snacking, applesauce, pies
Available September through May

• Paula Red – Sweet and tart
Best use: snacking and making applesauce.
Available: August

• Red Delicious – Sweet, crispy, juicy, the Western Red Delicious are elongated in shape, with pronounced “feet”, the Eastern-grown Delicious are more round. Best use: eaten fresh or in salads.
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Country Style Fried Apples Recipe Notes:

• All the spices, and the brown sugar, are “to taste”. This means if you would like more cinnamon spice, use it! Not the biggest fan of allspice? Cut back on the spice. If you would like a sweeter apple, use more brown sugar.

• This recipe may be doubled or tripled. Just use a larger pan to accommodate all the apple slices.

• Choose an apple that will cook well. I have listed a few above, but some “better” choices, in my opinion, are Cortland, Empire, McIntosh, and Paula Red. You use the apple your family likes most when cooked.

country-style fried apples in a white bowl on a grey board, spoon in a skillet in the background


Country Style Fried Apples Recipe Ingredients:

• 5 Apples
• 8 TBSP Butter
• ½ cup Brown Sugar
• ¼ tsp GroundAllspice
• ½ tsp Ground Cinnamon

Country Style Fried Apples Mise en Place:

Peeler
• Knife
Skillet
• Measuring Spoon
Measuring Cup
• Spoon or Spatula
• Bowl

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


Country Style Fried Apples Recipe Directions:

1. Wash, core, peel, and slice your five apples.
2. Heat up a skillet and melt 8 tablespoons of butter (1 stick) in the bottom of the skillet.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


3. Once butter is melted, toss in the apple slices. If you would like your apple slices to be super soft let them simmer in butter for a bit, if you want them a little harder, add in remaining ingredients right away.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


4. Coat entire skillet of apples with a ½ cup of brown sugar, followed by a ¼ teaspoon of allspice, and then ½ teaspoon of cinnamon.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


5. Stir to coat all apples in mixture.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


6. Once the apples are caramelized and tender, remove from heat and place into a bowl.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


7. Garnish with ice cream, or whipped cream, if desired.
8. Serve warm or cold.

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe. My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.


Yield: 5 servings

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe

Country Style Fried Apples Recipe

My whole house smells like apples, and I love it! These homemade fried apples can be eaten warm or topped with vanilla ice cream, and they taste just like apple pie, minus the crust. Straight out of Grandma's country kitchen, these delicious, easy to make country-style fried apples will remind you of down-home cooking at its very best.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes

Ingredients

  • 5 Apples
  • 8 TBSP Butter
  • ½ cup Brown Sugar
  • ¼ tsp GroundAllspice
  • ½ tsp Ground Cinnamon

Instructions

1. Wash, core, peel, and slice your five apples.
2. Heat up a skillet and melt 8 tablespoons of butter (1 stick) in the bottom of the skillet.
3. Once butter is melted, toss in the apple slices. If you would like your apple slices to be super soft let them simmer in butter for a bit, if you want them a little harder, add in remaining ingredients right away.
4. Coat entire skillet of apples with ½ cup of brown sugar, followed by a ¼ teaspoon of allspice, and then a ½ teaspoon of cinnamon.
5. Stir to coat all apples in mixture.
6. Once the apples are caramelized and tender, remove from heat and place into a bowl.
7. Garnish with ice cream, or whipped cream, if desired.
8. Serve warm.

Notes

All the spices, and the brown sugar, are "to taste". This means if you would like more cinnamon spice, use it! Not the biggest fan of allspice? Cut back on the spice. If you would like a sweeter apple, use more brown sugar.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

5

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 328 Total Fat: 19g Saturated Fat: 12g Trans Fat: 1g Unsaturated Fat: 6g Cholesterol: 49mg Sodium: 153mg Carbohydrates: 43g Fiber: 5g Sugar: 37g Protein: 1g
Note: for exact nutritional information, consult your dietician. All nutritional information provided is simply a guideline.

If you like apples, you are going to love these fabulous apple desserts:

Apple Brown Betty Recipe – A totally delicious ending to any meal, a great nighttime snack, or a breakfast treat, this old fashioned, sweet and tasty Apple Brown Betty recipe is easy to make and a wonderful use of fresh apples.

Apple Cinnamon Croissant Cake Recipe – The scent of crisp apples and cinnamon will fill your home while this tasty treat bakes in your oven. Your taste buds will be watering, and oh that first bite! This is simply an outstanding fall dessert recipe. This apple cinnamon croissant cake recipe is so easy to make. Believe me, your entire family will enjoy this fabulous pastry.

Baby Apple Walnut Pies Recipe – These simple, six-ingredient, baby apple walnut pies are fabulous! Easy to make, these Baby Apple Walnut Pies will impress your friends and family. A wonderful fall or winter dessert, these baby pies are a wonderful sweet treat.


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