Whether you are planning a Halloween party this year or just want to get your family into a festive mood, a spooky menu can be a lot of fun. Try out some of these creepy recipes and you will be sure to thrill your table guests!
Mummy Dogs • Wrap hot dogs in crescent rolls so that it looks like a mummy with just the tip (face) poking out. • Bake until crescent rolls are done. • Add red (ketchup) or yellow (mustard) eyes with a toothpick.
Apple Monster • Cut an quarter out of an apple to be a mouth. • Line the mouth with “teeth” made by poking sunflower seeds into the apple edge. • Make eyes by “gluing” dried fruit with peanut butter above mouth.
Deviled Egg Eyes • Make your regular deviled egg recipe, except dye the yolk part green and top with a halved black olive.
Oreo Spider • Stick 7 pieces of black licorice string into the sides of an oreo to look like spider legs. • “Glue” on 2 mini m-ms for eyes using peanut butter.
Cracker Spider • Spread peanut butter between 2 round crackers. • Add 8 pretel sticks to be legs. • Raisins or m-ms can be “glued” on with PB to be eyes.
Goblin Grins • Make a slit in the center of one side of a pea pod. • Stick in some slivered almonds to be teeth. • Add a piece of red pepper (put the inside of the pepper facing out…it looks more tongue-like).
Monster Fingers • Cut cheese sticks to look like fingers (don’t forget to score across to look like knuckles). • Use cream cheese to “glue” green pepper fingernails on top.
Goblin Feet • Use green melted candy wafers and cover a peanut butter cookie (such as a nutter butter). • Place 3 cashew halves on the edge like claws.
Eyeballs • Melt white chocolate chips and coat donut holes. • Add a chocolate chip (pointy end in) into the center of the donut to be the pupil. • Cool on wax paper. • Use red icing to make the eye look blood-shot.
Funny Bones • Stick 2 mini marshmallows to the end of a pretzel stick to look like a bone. • Dip the bone in melted white chocolate. • Cool on wax paper.
What Halloween foods have you prepared in the past? What will you make a part of your Halloween menu this year?