Pass The Eyeballs…..Please

So sorry, but there will be no freecycle friday tonight :(
This week has been full of yucky migraines, semi-sick kiddos, and baking goodies for the bake sale at my daughter’s school’s Fall Festival.
Ok, semi-sick kiddos sounds weird…..but it has been weird. My youngest has only had problems at night these last few nights. Which means I have gotten NO sleep (hubby conveniently works nights :)
But, I do have a treat tonight…..literally.
Pass The Eyeballs.....Please By:
Forked Eyeballs!!!
I got the recipe here on the “Family Fun” website (LOVE it!) and made them for the Fall Festival tonight.
Here’s how I did it…..and they are the yummiest eyeballs you will ever eat!
Pass The Eyeballs.....Please By:

~A dozen or 2 of donut holes (storebought, of course)
~A bag of white chocolate chips
~Plastic forks- Use black, orange, or green for Halloween effect :)
~A bit of frosting colored red and black. Make sure to dye it with gel coloring to get that deep color.

Pass The Eyeballs.....Please By:

Start by “forking” your donut holes. I know, I know, sounds too hard. Well, you can quit if you need….but I’ll keep on with the tute for the others.

Pass The Eyeballs.....Please By:

Make a double-boiler and melt down your chips. You can keep it on the stove while you dip, to keep it melted.

Pass The Eyeballs.....Please By:

I smoothed the choc with a knife and patted the surface to make it kinda bumpy and eerie-looking. But, if you want smoother eyeballs, add a teaspoon or so of crisco.

I like to use empty jars filled with beans to put things I dip and keep them upright. These you will probably need to put in the fridge after dipping to speed up the hardening……otherwise it will take FOREVER to set up.

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Once the choc. sets, take them out and pipe on the pupils and red veins. I just put the frosting in little baggies and snipped tiny holes in the corner to do this part. Just call it the poor (wo)man’s piping bag :)

Then, once the icing was set, I put little bags on the tops and tied them with raffia. I just didn’t take pics since I was too busy RUNNING out of the house to make it on time.

Pass The Eyeballs.....Please By:

They seemed to be a big hit and they tasted really scrumptious! Using donut holes would work great with Bakerella’s fun cake pops to make it a bit easier (but only in a pinch ‘cuz the cake balls taste wwwaaaayyyyyyy better).

Anyhoo, later I’ll post about the other treat I made. But, watch out it’s spoooooky!

Have fun!

About Emily Mcdonald

Emily McDonald is the owner of Not So Idle Hands and lives in Colorado with her hot hubby and 3 cute daughters. When she's not battling ADHD, Fibro, or Migraines she loves to be downstairs playing with all her pretty crafty things making fun stuff. She also runs an awesome Etsy Shop by the same name where she gets to sell shiny supplies to make pretty stuff {check it out!}.


  1. soooooooooo cute !!

  2. Oh my gosh the donut hole is the best idea ever for this that makes it so much easier than baking your own little cake balls and knowing my cooking this would taste way better lol.

  3. Emily Simpson says:

    So cute! I’m sure they were a HUGE hit at Maddy’s bakesale!

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  5. My kids have been begging to make those since we got our October issue. Yours turned out super cute! BTW, my blog is almost done. If you get a chance to check it out, I’d love your feedback!

  6. Emily, I posted in my blog the glass jar Jack O’Lanters that I made. I’m linking back to you.
    Thank you for sharing great ideas!!

  7. I love it! I think you’d like the post on my blog today about easy halloween party food. Your fondant ghost is adorable too! I found your blog through a friend who sent me the glowing jars link; I’m making them right now. Fun!


  8. That is so cute! I just linked it to my blog! Thank you for sharing these! Cute Cute Cute! I wish I had small children! My son is 17. I don’t think he would appreciate this.

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