My grandma makes these for my husband every year…but I finally got around to making these myself! Delicious Halloween Mummies. Peanut butter spread between two Townhouse crackers (yes, it needs to be Townhouse), dipped in white chocolate. And then decorated for Halloween.
Aren’t they so cute!?
A few things to note: we highly prefer Townhouse crackers for these. But they’re not the hardiest cracker in the world, they break easily. You can try something else.
I actually used white candy melts for the super white color. But you can also use white chocolate or white almond bark (that’s what my grandma uses).
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Here are the Wilton bags (<<<click there) that I use for decorating. You can melt the chocolate right in the bag.
- Mise en place.
- Spread approximately 1 Tbsp. of peanut butter on a Townhouse cracker, spreading evenly. Top with another cracker. Press together very gently, using finger to wipe off any excess peanut butter that presses out. Set aside.
- Repeat with remaining crackers until you have 20 "undressed" mummies.
- Melt approximately 4 cups of white Wilton candy melts in microwave for 30 seconds at 50% power. Stir (even if nothing is melted). Heat for another 30 seconds at 50% power. Stir. Repeat until chocolate is melted and smooth.
- Carefully dip "undressed" mummy in melted chocolate. Lay on parchment paper. Quickly add two eyes while chocolate is still wet. Repeat with remaining mummies. Allow to dry completely.
- Place remaining white chocolate in a melting bag. Melt according to directions on bag.* Cut the end off the bag to allow for drizzling.
- Drizzle back and forth across the dried mummies to make the wrappings. Allow to set.
- Carefully lift each dried mummy. Break off any excess chocolate that is remaining around the edges (it should break off easily). Serve.