Chocolate Spider Web Halloween Martinis
I thought I would add a Halloween twist to one of my favorite cocktails…the Chocolate Martini! I am hosting a Halloween cocktail party and thought these Chocolate Spider Web Halloween Martinis would be a lot of fun to serve! See how I made the white chocolate spider webs and spiders below! They turned out so cute! At the bottom of the post, there is a “kid” friendly chocolate milk version! Don’t want the kids to miss out on any party fun!
There are plenty of awesome Adult Halloween Party Ideas here and over 35 Halloween Treats here! Ghoulish fun for everyone!!
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Spider & Spider Web Supplies: Black Candy Melts | White Candy Melts | Black M&M’s
| Piping or Plastic Bag | No. 3 and 4 Piping Tips | Non-stick Foil | Tooth Picks
If you are using icing tips, I recommend using the No. 3 for the spiders and the No. 5 for the spider webs.
How to make Spiders:
On the non-stick foil, I created an X shape. Then filled in the additional four legs leaving two larger spaces between four of the legs (more bug-like). While the chocolate is still hot, place the blank side of the M&M in place. Let them harden.
How To Make Spider Web:
Because I wanted the spider webs to sit down in my glasses, I used a dinner knife to score and traced the size of the rim of my glassware. That way I could make my webs a consistent size and was sure they would fit inside the glass. Using my No. 5 tip, I piped out a basic spider web shape. As you can see, they weren’t perfect! Then I used an appetizer style toothpick to drag through the long spindles of the web. I did not drag through the round connecting chocolate.
For quick hardening of the chocolate, place them in the freezer for 5- 10 minutes. When they come out they are easy to remove from the foil. I usually pull the foil down and off of the chocolate (spiders too) instead of trying to lift the chocolate off…more breaking that way.
Attach the spiders to the webs with a dot of warm chocolate. Once they are hard, they can be stored in an airtight container, layered between wax paper or parchment paper. They need to stay dry and will be ready for your party!
It’s nice to get a little chocolate treat when you’re done with the drink!
Chocolate Spider Web Martinis
- 1 1/4 oz Bailey's Irish cream liqueur
- 1 oz vodka
- 1/4 oz Godiva chocolate liqueur
- Add ingredients over ice to a martini shaker.
- Shake and pour into a glass.
- Add spider web on top of glass and a straw if needed.
I thought these were too cute not share with the kids. After all…they like a good Halloween treat too! Follow the same instructions and serve with Chocolate Milk!
See some of my other DIY Halloween creations – Spider Garland, Skull Candle Holders or my or Glitter Skull Charger Plates!
How fun! The icing on the cake, so to speak:@)
Looks delicious Susan!! Definitely pinning!
Thanks for pinning Krista! I so appreciate it!
SO stinkin’ cute! I love this! What a fun little touch to add to a yummy drink. And I love the kid’s version as well. Thanks so much for sharing with us!
Oh thank you, Maria! I love fun food presentation!
This is SO great, Susan! Makes me want to throw a party. Pinned!
Thanks, Alexis! I did throw a party and these were a big hit!
Love these! So fun to add a little something spooky to any drink at a party!
Thanks for linking up to this week’s Catch a Glimpse Party. I’ll be featuring this tomorrow! 🙂
So so cute! You are so creative, I love it and it would be a big hit for kids! Pinning!
Thank you Mindi! I appreciate you pinning it!
Great project !!
I would love you to come and share @ Craft, Create & Inspire linky party !!!
Look forward to seeing you there 🙂
Thanks for linking this festive drink to our Marvelous Monday party! Will be sharing on FB and pinning this week.
Great – thanks Deb!
I absolutely love this idea! Going to try to do this over some hot chocolate!
Hot chocolate would be great…hope they don’t melt too fast 😉
Susan, the spider and web are absolute perfection! What a great idea, and it adds such a festive touch. Love it!
Thanks you Aida…glad you like them!
These are adorable!! I love them!!
That is so cool!! It makes it so festive. 🙂
Yes, fun…thanks Lisa!
I’m fascinated that you made some for us mommies and some for the kiddos! How fun to make these for a party for the whole crowd! Already pinned!
I know Gloria…a fun Halloween drink for us all! Thanks for pinning!
I am hosting Ladies night with my friends this weekend. This would be perfect. Thanks for linking to Thursdays Treasures. This is a feature. Please can you add a link back to Thursdays Treasures. Thanks
Yes, I plan to update my link party list soon. So many new parties and changes!
Love this idea! I love how the web is suspended above the drink in the glass.
Such a fun and creative idea and love how easy it is. It would definitely the star of the party! Thanks for sharing at Show Stopper Saturday!
Krista @ Joyful Healthy Eats
I love this idea! I will not have time for our party this year but I am pinning for next.
Stopping by to let you know I featured you today in my Spooktacular Linky Features! Have a great weekend!
Susan I love this!!! You have been featured at Show Me Your Plaid Monday’s!! Thanks for linking!
I have been searching for a “mummy” drink to feature on my site for October. This looks incredible. Would love if you linked up with us at Mommy Needs a Timeout Thursday! We party until Saturday at 8 PM EST! See you there!
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