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Are you planning a party & wan't your guests to know what drink your serving?
Who can resist furry looking spiders to eat on Halloween? Well this recipe for "Chow Mein Haystacks" is just perfect for making spooky spiders.  All you have to do is pick what color spider your making; be it chocolate for black, butterscotch for brown or white chocolate for a ghost spiders. They all make a tray full of fright!
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Ingredients

  1 (6 oz.) pkg. semi-sweet chocolate pieces
    or butterscotch chips - depending on
    what color spider your making.
  1 (3 oz.) can chow mein noodles
  M n M's for eyes

Preparation:

1. In 3-quart casserole or large bowl, place chocolate pieces. Cover with lid or plastic wrap. Microwave at medium or low 3 to 4 minutes until melted. Stir chocolate smooth; add noodles and using two forks, toss to coat well. On strips of foil or wax paper, form into 1 1/2 inch clusters. Cool to set. Makes about 24 (1 1/2 inch) "haystacks."

2. Add M n M's for the eyes while chocolate is hot.
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Another recipe: Chocolate haystacks
  1 (6 oz.) pkg. semi-sweet chocolate chips
  1 (6 oz.) pkg. butterscotch bits
  1/2 c. chopped nuts
  1 (3 oz.) can chow mein noodles

Preparation:
Melt chocolate and butterscotch bits in a double boiler over simmering water. Turn off heat, mix in nuts and noodles. Drop by tablespoonfuls onto wax paper and cool to room temperature.

Makes 2 dozen.
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What Type Of Party Serves This Candy? 

  served as festive items at children's parties Spider parties Pajama Parties
You can call them monsters and serve at monster theme parties. Finger food parties
Halloween parties Given as bag gifts to departing party
Make and ser
The butterscotch recipe is the most popular at Fall Harvest parties where the candy is              made to look like a haystack and not spiders.
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