Mini Spider Web Bites

Happy Halloween, Michaels readers! Halloween is the season of fall festivals, Halloween parties, fabulous costumes, and creepy crawly treats! I'm sharing a super easy recipe for spider web bites that is sure to spook your little Halloween guests. You'll only need a few ingredients for this mini dessert.

Pick up a few Halloween decorations and you're one step away from a Haunted Halloween Party!

Designed by Courtney Dial Whitmore:



  • Wilton® Candy Melts® - Black (1 Bag)
  • Wilton® Round Piping Tip - Size 1 or 2 and 1M
  • Wilton® Piping Bags
  • Tartlet Shells, Mini (Store-bought or Homemade with Pie Crust or Cookie Dough) (24)
  • Unsalted Butter, Softened (2 Sticks)
  • Powdered Sugar (3 1/2 Cups)
  • Marshmallow Fluff (1/2 Cup)
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Step 1
Start by making your mini spider webs. Melt your Candy Melts® following instructions on bag. Pour into piping bag fit with your round piping tip.

Step 2
On wax paper, draw out spider web shapes 5.1 - 7.6 cm (2"-3"). Don’t worry about making them perfect, no two spider webs are alike!

Step 3
Place wax paper flat in freezer for 10 minutes or until ready to use. Gently peel wax paper away from webs.

Step 4
In a mixing bowl with paddle attachment, cream softened butter for one minute. Add powdered sugar ½ cup at a time until thoroughly combined. Add marshmallow fluff and beat for two minutes at medium speed.

Step 5
Fill marshmallow filling in piping bag with 1M tip (or snip off corner) and pipe a dollop into each mini tartlet shell.

Step 6
Place spider web on top of frosting and ta-da! Enjoy your spider web bite size treats!



For other party treats, fill mini green spider Halloween containers from Michael’s with caramel popcorn, cookies, veggies, and other party favourites.

Use thumbtacks to hold up spooky spiderweb table coverings and decorate with glittered spiders from Michael’s!

Use cute, matching Halloween treat bags with matching tissue paper to send guests home with leftover treats or other spooky favours.

Wrap Michael’s spooky + clever “bottle labels” around wine bottles, juice bottles, or other beverage containers for a fun little “trick”!