Spooky snacks for Halloween

Part of the fun of Halloween is arriving home after a day of trick-or-treating and having some spooktacular treats to enjoy. whether you’re hosting a Halloween party or simply feeding a group of hungry, costumed kids, fun recipes that turn ordinary foods into spooky specialties are essential.

Deviled EyesLike deviled eggs, only slightly creepier. create your normal deviled eggs, then add an olive slice to the middle of each, giving the effect of an eye. Ghastly GrinsThis treat is as healthy as it is spooky. take slices of red delicious apples, spread peanut butter on them and then add marshmallows as teeth.Creepy CupcakesYou can get pretty creative when it comes to icing cupcakes — like using icing to make eyeballs. Put your decorating skills to the test with a wide variety of icing colors.Vampire Blood PunchCombine cranberry raspberry juice (or another deep red juice), orange juice, seltzer water, sugar and more for a bloody-looking spirit. If it’s for an adult party, there’s nothing wrong with spiking the punch.Mummy WrapsYou can go with the traditional “pigs in a blanket” concept, or take it to a new level with this clever treat. Simply wrap hot dogs with strips of dough cut from refrigerator biscuits or breadsticks to simulate the look of mummy shrouds. place them on cookie sheets. Cut small slits for eyes and place peppercorns or black mustard seeds to serve as the eyes. Bake for about 15 minutes, or until golden brown. To serve upright, place shish kabob skewers in the mummies before baking and then stick the mummies in a piece of craft foam covered in cheesecloth.  

Spooky snacks for Halloween


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