If you are last minute like me or looking for a gluten free Halloween treat that won’t take forever to make, then I have you covered. These chocolate bats are really easy to create and all the ingredients can be found at the supermarket.
To make it even easier I decided to do step by step picture guide showing exactly how I made these treats because I don’t know about you guys but I’m all about the visuals. I have also listed all the products I used so you won’t have to search for a specific gluten free version. If you celebrate Halloween then I hope you get to enjoy some yummy gluten free treats! Happy Halloween – Georgia 🙂
- 1 packet Gluten Free Oreos/Cookies & Cream biscuits
- 16 x Gluten free candy eyeball decorations
- 2-3 tablespoons Nutella
- 1 packet Reese's minature cups
- Unwrap all your Reese's cups and set aside.
- Seperate the biscuits in half and scrap the icing off one side of the biscuit, so you are left with a half that dosent have any icing on it.
- Then using a knife gently cut that biscuit in half, this will give you your two bat wings.
- Now place a small amount of Nutella on the back edge of the biscuit corner, then place it face down towards the middle of the reese's cup.
- Then repeat this step for the other wing. I deliberately positioned my wings in the middle but angled different every time to give the illusion that the bats where each doing something different.
- Now place some Nutella or icing onto the back of the eyes, and stick the eyes down in the middle of the cup and on top of the biscuit.
- Repeat these steps untill all your bats have wings and candy eyes. Then place on a platter and serve!
- If you get stuck on any of the steps then I have a step by step picture guide above.
- You can find gluten free cookies and cream biscuits from both Woolworths and Coles.
- I used the Coles brand candy eyeballs, which only contain soy.