Watch these eyeball pies disappear faster than you can say "monster mash." Pudding-filled tart shells are a crowd pleaser and when made into eyeballs for Halloween, they'll be gobbled up in a wink.
Tip: The eyeball tart looks especially scary when presented on a purple fake fur monster bearing candy corn teeth.
1 (3 1/3-inch) graham cracker tart shell per serving
Cherry pie filling
Sealable plastic bag
Black peel-n-pull lace candy
- Spoon 2 tablespoons of cherry pie filling into the bottom of a tart shell. Carefully spoon 2 tablespoons of vanilla pudding over the pie filling, spreading to smooth the surface.
- Place a small amount of pie filling, without cherries, into a sealable plastic bag. Snip a small hole in one corner of the bag and squeeze filling onto the pudding to create bloodshot eyes, referring to the photo.
- Peel and slice the kiwi. Put one slice onto the center of the pudding. Center a cherry from the pie filling on the kiwi slice. Cut 1, 2 and 3-inch long eyelashes from the black lace candy. Insert the eyelashes into the pudding.
Makes ? servings.
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