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RITZ Spiders

RITZ Spiders recipe
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I made these Ritz Spiders for my grandson's class room Halloween party a year ago. The children that were in his class last year are begging him this year to get his grand...read more
posted by
doodle260
on 10/19/2007
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
11/4/2008
I needed a quick & easy appetizer for a Halloween party. These were delicious--and so cute! I used raisins for the eyes. All the kids were crazy about them.
posted:
10/19/2007
I made these Ritz Spiders for my grandson's class room Halloween party a year ago. The children that were in his class last year are begging him this year to get his grandmother to make them again. Not only were they very good but it is something that my grandson was able to help decorate. We are going to make them again this year for his class party.
posted:
10/17/2007
this is the 2nd snack I have made for my daughters kindergarten class. They loved them!!! It always helps when you make a snack that your kids can help you with.
posted:
9/7/2007
There are not a lot of kids in my neighborhood, so I hate buying candy that just goes to waste. The kids that will come around are at the age that this is right up their alley! Simple, easy and creative. Thanks for the great idea!
posted:
7/19/2007
This recipe is a unique idea for kids to make themselves. It was a simple appetizer to eat. Kiddie Chefs 2007
posted:
12/28/2006
This was great for the kids to help you make! Because they made them they love them even more!
posted:
10/31/2006
I dipped the cracker sandwiches and pretzels in chocolate almond bark to make it look more like a spider.
posted:
10/30/2006
I don't like peanut butter, so I use cheese spread and black olives as the eyes. My family loves both kinds!!
posted:
10/29/2006
This is a recipe to try!
posted:
10/24/2006
I am using this for a classroom Halloween party for 2nd Graders. Since there are a couple of kids who have peanut allergies, I am also bringing cheeze whiz to use instead of the peanut butter. The kids also get a choice that way in case they don't like peanut butter! You can also use raisins for the eyes. Great and Simple Idea!
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