Vampire Smiles Snack: Fangs A Lot

Gentle Readers, it was less than a year ago that The Practical Cook was made aware of a simple and fabulous snack, the Apple Smile. Reasonably healthy, extremely fun to make, and endlessly customizable to the teeth at hand. Seeing is believing:

Smile, Apple, Smile!

Smile, Apple, Smile!

And of course, why stop there?

Wife of Bath Apple Smile (the gat-toothed woman)

Wife of Bath Apple Smile (the gat-toothed woman)

Inspired to push the smile genre further, meet Vampire Smiles:

Vampire Smiles with Candy Corn Fangs

Vampire Smiles with Candy Corn Fangs

Here’s the Original Apple Smiles post with simple directions.

Vampire Smile Awaiting Fang Fairy, with Jelly Blood

Vampire Smile Awaiting Fang Fairy, with Jelly Blood

Happy Hunting.

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2 responses to “Vampire Smiles Snack: Fangs A Lot

  1. Kelly

    I made these for one of my kids’ snack day last week! It was a hit. We even have pink candy corn (!! Blasphemy!!) which makes them look tres creepy. No joke about cutting them thin ( I used TJ presliced, and yes, you still have to cut them in half. I doubted and lost.), and while you don’t want to goop the peanut butter on, don’t be afraid of a healthy schmear.

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