Meet the Owlan family.
Here are Mr. and Mrs. Owlan with her sister, Owlicia Owlexander.
Can you tell I had the best time making these? Because I totally did. They were a hit with my family and you should definitely make some. Affiliate links below.
Peanut Butter Graham Cracker Owls
To make Owlice, use a knife to spread peanut butter onto a graham cracker. Add two eyes and a candy corn beak. Follow the package directions to melt the Candy Melts, then use that to add the forehead and wings.
Owlejando is basically the opposite. Start with the cocoa candy melts, add the facial features, then use peanut butter to make the forehead and wings.
To make Owlicia, I spread the peanut butter smoothly, then used a toothpick to draw in the forehead, wings, and tail feathers.
The owlets (Owlison and Owlex) are made with half a graham cracker each. The easiest way to get them to split cleanly is to use a sharp chef's knife and press down along the score line with equal pressure along the whole knife. Spread peanut butter on each, then pounce the knife up and down repeatedly against the peanut butter to create their fluffy feather texture. Add the eyes and candy corn beaks.
*I wasn't able to find the Wilton candy eyeballs printed with the eyelashes that I used anywhere online. I've had them for awhile and it looks like they might be discontinued. You can make your own version by drawing eyelashes onto the candy eyeballs I've linked above with a black edible marker.