Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Recipe

When i married Kel he had never eaten one of these. I was flabbergasted. Generally in the relationship i am the one who hasn’t done said thing (like movies – i haven’t seen most of the well known movies ever made, however with Kel’s help i am getting there). However after trying them, they are now one of his favourite things!

Chocolate Peanut Butter Spiders frequent school cake stalls and kid’s birthday parties however can be enjoyed by any age. They are so simple to make and if you’re into the chocolate/peanut butter combo then you can’t go past them.

I think my favourite thing about them though is the fact that the recipe is on the back of Changs Fried Noodles, which are found in the Asian section in the supermarket. Fried Noodles are one of the three main ingredients and obviously it’s such a popular item to make that a lot of their sales must be for people buying them to make these!

Changs Fried Noodles

Changs Fried Noodles Recipe

Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Recipe

Chocolate Peanut Butter Spiders

This recipe is taken from the back of the Changs Fried Noodles packet as shown above.


100g Fried Noodles
2 tablespoons crunchy or smooth peanut butter
200g chocolate


1. Melt the peanut butter and chocolate together and mix until it forms a smooth paste

2. Mix in the fried noodles, making sure that they are completely covered in the chocolate/peanut butter mixture

3. Spoon small amounts of the mixture into patty pans (depending on how big you want your spiders depends on how much mixture you spoon in)

4. Place in the refrigerator for a few hours to set


4 thoughts on “Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Recipe

    • OHMIGOSH!!! YES!!! However that packet will be so precious that i will probably only make one or two of all the different things i think they would be amazing in. Haha.
      And that’s kind of cool – bird’s nests. They do look more like birds nests than spiders.


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