The fall season is one of my favorite times of the year and I’m not shamed to say it’s in part because of all the wonderful holiday themed foods that pop up now. My little ones are still pretty little so the best treats for them ones that are easy to eat, yet still yummy. I first made these treats when my oldest was in Kindergarten and now they are a class tradition because really, what kid doesn’t like a little frosting?
Step One: Gather your ingredients. I used Honey Maid Graham Crackers, Betty Crocker White Frosting (or you can make your own), brown food coloring and candy corn.
Step Two: Break your graham crackers in half carefully.
Step Three: I used a Wilton Star Tip to frost the eyes. I like a little bit of texture in my owl eyes otherwise you can use a simple writing tip or even just cut a hole out of the edge of a baggie.
Step Four: Frost a smaller, center part of the eye with brown tinted frosting. Or you can use chocolate frosting. Whatever floats you boat. I used the same tip to do this part as well.
Step Five: I put a little dab of frosting on the back of each candy corn to “glue” it to the graham cracker. Otherwise there’s a really good chance they will fall off.
Step Six: Place the candy corn in the middle part of your eyes and you’re done!
I bring these to a lot of occasions during Halloween and even into the Thanksgiving season. Little kids love the frosting and candy and they are easy to eat too.
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