Mummy Dogs Recipe These make-ahead hot dogs use refrigerated breadstick dough, perfect for goblins, pretty princesses, superheroes, and even their parents. Brew-Ha-Ha Punch Recipe With lime drink and pineapple juice, this party punch isn't scary at all—for the kids or the adults. But putting the punch in a second bowl of dry ice gives it that eerie feeling that's perfect for a spooky party. Cheddar Witch's Fingers Recipe Use cheesy cornmeal breadstick dough to make scary witch fingers. They're great for snacks or to serve with soup and chili.
Deviled Green Goblin Eggs Recipe Create artful patterns on hard-cooked egg whites by cracking the shells of the cooked eggs and letting them stand in a food-coloring mixture. Weiner Worms Recipe Hard-core haunted house fans will love this "Halloweenie" dish made by grilling strips of hot dogs. Buns are optional. Cornbread Ghosts Recipe Serve these Cornbread Ghosts with a piping hot bowl of hearty homemade chili for an easy Halloween party entree. To tame the heat, use plan Monterey Jack without the peppers , mozzarella or Swiss cheese and either leave out the cayenne pepper or use less of it.
Skulls on Sticks Recipe These fun rice treats on a stick offer a fun and delicious take on Halloween treats that are perfect to serve to guests at your next spooky bash! Turn up the "Monster Mash" and let everyone enjoy these ghoulish treats! Olive Spiders Recipe Dress up your spooky Halloween table or your drink with this fun garnish. Black Cauldron Recipe This adults-only float is a must-make for a festive fall gathering. Black Cat Sandwich Cookies Recipe Letting these cookies cross your path will bring bad luck, so make sure to gobble them up before the tray passes you by. Chicken-Tortilla Soup Recipe This fiendishly spicy soup will keep Halloween party guests warm and satisfied.
The drink's rich orange color means it will pair perfectly with your Halloween party color scheme. Ghostly Munch Recipe Serve this Ghostly Munch at your Halloween party and watch as all your ghosts and ghouls gobble it right up. The best part? They only take about 5 minutes to make. Don't A'choke Dip Recipe Try this dip with veggies, toasted bread or pita chips Jack-o-Lantern Bread Recipe These pumpkin shaped loaves are an eerie way to bring some Halloween spunk to the dinner plate.
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Blood Orange Martinis Recipe Serve this ruby sipper in miniature, sugar rimmed martini glasses Olive Snake Recipe Whoever said not to play with your food really missed out. Create a ghastly appetizer featuring an olive snake over your favorite dip and paired with fresh veggies. This cozy chili is made in a slow-cooker, so all you have to do is roast the tomatillos and add everything to the pot. Don't forget the torilla ghosts!
Alexa Payesko. Dracula Dentures. Vampires only. Ethan Calabrese. Mummy Brie. Thanks to puff pastry, your basic baked brie becomes a totally spooky Halloween appetizer. Jon Boulton. Caramel Apple S'mores. This healthy s'more is one tricky treat. Apple Nachos. Eat apples before your candy, feel healthy AF. Ghost Pizza Bagels. The scariest thing about these pizza bagels is how fast we're going to eat them. Chelsea Lupkin. Monster Munch.
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Chocolate Apple Pops. We're sweet on these snackable caramel-apple slices. Pumpkin Deviled Eggs. Frankenstein Pretzels.
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These are the cutest monster treats for Halloween! John Komar. Reese's Apple Nachos. The most fun way to get your apple-a-day. Mummy Meatballs. A spooky good meatball! By Kim. Granny Kat's Pumpkin Roll. A sweetly spicy, pumpkin-flavored cake is spread with a silky rich cream cheese filling and rolled up like a pinwheel. For easy lifting, line your baking pan with parchment paper. Chill the cake to set before slicing. By Angela. Russian Mushroom and Potato Soup. I make this soup every Halloween and is the 'signal' to the family that the cool weather has arrived. I've been making it for 15 years now and out of all the soups I make, it is still everyone's favorite.
Whether you're hosting a festive party or a casual get-together with friends, our Famous Pumpkin Pie will make entertaining easy! By Nestle Toll House. Spiced Pumpkin Seeds. Make this snack by roasting fresh pumpkin seeds in margarine, Worcestershire sauce, and garlic salt. By Carol.
Brown Family's Favorite Pumpkin Pie. Made from scratch, this pumpkin pie is fabulous. By Cindy B. Pumpkin Turkey Chili. A chili for autumn! Turkey, pumpkin, and traditional chili ingredients go together well in this spicy concoction. Pumpkin Cake III. This moist pumpkin spice cake is baked in a sheet pan so it's perfect for serving a crowd. Top it with your favorite cream cheese frosting and serve it at your next potluck. Pumpkin Ginger Cupcakes. Delicious, light and fluffy!
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These taste of Fall, and the crystallized ginger gives then a lovely little zing. Even people who don't like pumpkin love these cupcakes. These disappear as fast as I can set them out! By Lisa Lewis. Spicy Rapid Roast Chicken. Well-seasoned chicken is blasted with high cooking heat for a speedy roast that still leaves the bird moist and flavorful.
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Almonds act as fingernails and red decorating gel as blood for these finger-shaped cookies that will provide a great treat for any Halloween party. By Sandra. Satiny-smooth, homemade caramels are a snap with this easy recipe! Just be sure you have a candy thermometer on hand as you simmer sugar, corn syrup, evaporated milk, whipping cream and butter. Cool in a pan, then cut into squares. By Barbara. Dirt Cake I.