Inside this post: These nutter butter mummies are a deliciously simple Halloween dessert. Your kids will love making this last minute Halloween dessert with you!
October is filled with so many things to do. Hayrides, corn mazes, pumpkin patches, trick-or-treating, parties – there’s no shortage of things to do. If you’re anything like me, it’s easy to get caught up in trying to do it all.
So when it comes to Halloween parties, I haven’t always been on top of making things ahead of time. It always sounds like a good idea. They just seem to sneak up on me and I end up figuring out which last minute Halloween party dessert I’m going to be making the night before.
So today, I wanted to share a super easy Halloween dessert recipe that can be done with your kids. These Nutter Butter Mummies are simple to put together and don’t need to look perfect so even tiny hands are perfect for decorating these. They can also be one even the day of a Halloween party so it’s no big deal if you’re really running behind.
Nutter Butter Mummy Ingredients + Supplies
Ready to make these mummy nutter butters? You just need a few ingredients for this simple last minute Halloween dessert:
To make the mummy nutter butter dessert, melt the white chocolate or almond bark according to the package directions. Once it’s smooth, dip the Nutter Butters in the chocolate and move around with a fork or spoon to get it fully coated. Shake off any excess chocolate then place on wax paper.
Before the chocolate fully dries, attach the eyes and let dry completely.
Once it’s dry, use a piping bag with melted white chocolate and drizzle the chocolate over the Nutter Butter. Use a side to side motion, diagonally and straight across to create the wraps. Repeat until it looks like a mummy. Let dry.
Store in an airtight container until you’re ready to enjoy!
Nearly all of these steps can be done with kids! Just take a little caution when you dip the Nutter Butter in the beginning as the chocolate may be hot.
Looking for an easy Halloween dessert recipe? You won’t want to miss these Nutter Butter Mummies! They’re simple to put together and fun to make with kids!
Nutter Butter Cookies
White Chocolate Melting Chips or Almond Bark
Melt the chocolate or almond bark according to the package directions.
Dip the Nutter Butter cookie in the chocolate and move around with a fork to get it fully covered. Shake off any excess chocolate then place on wax paper.
Attach the eyes and then let dry before moving on to the mummy wraps.
Using a piping bag with the melted white chocolate, drizzle the chocolate over the Nutter Butter cookie with a side to side motion to create the mummy wraps. Repeat until it looks like a mummy. Let dry.