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Halloween Sweet Eyeballs

Mu-ha-ha-ha-haaaah!
 
 

Ingredients

Dried or fresh apples
Dried apricots
Raisins
 

Method

For each eye, gently flatten a dried apple ring with the palm of your hand, or alternatively use a slice of fresh apple (it will go brown, however).

Then slice a dried apricot through the middle so that you end up with two circular halves.

Press a half, sticky side down, onto the centre of an apple ring, and finish with a raisin half, sticky side down, for the pupil.
 

Time From Cupboard-To-Table

15 minutes
 

Notes & Variations on Halloween Sweet Eyeballs

 
 
 

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