Spooky Halloween Eyeball Slice

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Eyeball slice


This Spooky Halloween Eye Ball Slice is so easy it practically doesn’t need a recipe. It’s not the best darn slice you have ever eaten but it is loads of fun for kids to make and eat at Halloween . Imagine bringing this out for dessert before the trick or treat-ers start knocking on the door. It could also be part of a party spread. Its very kid friendly.

Eyeball Slice for Halloween

Spooky Halloween Eyeball Slice

This fun treat can be yours with a teensy bit of planning ahead.

It is a fridge set slice. No cooking and just a little bashing of crumbs for the chocolatey base. Any kid can make it with a parents help. It doesn’t taste overly sweet although the ingredients are hardly health foods! It’s just a bit of fun

Halloween Eyeball Slice

Awww just check out those spooky eyes.!

Spooky Halloween Eyeball Slice
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This is quite an easy slice to make and can be adapted to other occasions. It's not a very challenging slice taste wise. Perfect for kids. This recipe uses Australian metric measurements
  • 250 gm chocolate biscuits like chocolate ripples, plain no cream
  • 125 gm melted butter
  • 400 gm condensed milk , 1 x can
  • 16 gm gelatin powder (1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon)
  • 1 packet Raspberry jelly lite ( low sugar jelly)
  • 500 ml water +
  • 125 ml boiling water
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
  • 12 eyes ( I got mine from Spotlight)
  1. small square cake or slice tin 20 x 20 cm / 8 in x 8 in lined with baking paper
  2. Break up the cookies in a food processor or by putting into a plastic bag and hitting with a rolling pin
  3. Mix the melted butter and crumbs together and press into a lines cake tin. Chill till firm
  4. Mix the gelatine powder with ½ cup (125 ml / 4.22fl oz) boiling water. Stir to dissolve then add the can of condensed milk and the vanilla. Mix till combined. Pour over the chilled base and return to the fridge. Set for an hour or till firm
  5. Put 2 x 9 gm of jelly crystals into a bowl with 250 ml ( 1 cup / 4.85 fl oz) boiling water. stir well. Add another 250 ml / 1 cup/ 4.85 fl oz of water and stir till combined. Cool in the fridge till cold BUT NOT SET.
  6. Put the eyeballs onto the white condensed milk layer spaced out in lines. Spoon over enough jelly so that the base of the eye are just covered. You won't need it all.
  7. Put back into the fridge to set.
Adapted loosely from Kidspot recipes

Halloween Eyeball Slice with Raspberry Jelly

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