Halloween Tips and Tricks

Looking for that spooky dish to bring with you to this year’s Halloween party?

Look no further! Here are some spooky recipe ideas that anyone can make and are guaranteed to wow even the scariest of witches.

Mummy Dogs:
This festival Halloween take on classic Crescent Dogs features a hot dog wrapped up in true mummy fashion! This recipe is easy enough to get the kids involved in the cooking fun. Stuffed with cheese and brushed with melted butter before baking, Mummy Dogs are sure to be a hit at any Halloween party this October. Check out the FULL RECIPE HERE.

Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups:
Going through a pumpkin patch is a must do fall activity, so why not take this yearly outing to the table with Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups! Simple to make and delicious to taste, these Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups are the perfect Halloween treat. Who doesn’t love pudding and Oreos? Not to mention the gummy worms that can be added in to the “dirt”! Check out the FULL RECIPE HERE.

Witch Finger Pretzels:
Spectacularly spooky, these Witch Finger Pretzels are the sweet and salty treat that every Halloween party needs. And they only require four ingredients! This recipe is so simple even the kids will be able to help. These Witch Finger Pretzels are guaranteed to be everyone’s favorite at your Halloween party! Check out the FULL RECIPE HERE.

Dracula Dentures:
Made with chocolate chip cookies, marshmallows, almond slices and red frosting as “blood”, Dracula Dentures are a Halloween recipe that are fun to look at and even better to eat! This is a recipe that you can tailor to your baking abilities. You could make your own cookie dough, or if you’re like me you can buy it pre-made at the store! Check out the FULL RECIPE HERE.

Puking Jack-O’-Lantern:
This is a simple way to re-purpose your Jack-O’-Lantern mixed with your favorite guacamole recipe! Just carve a small to medium pumpkin into a retching face and clean out all the seeds and insides. Once you’re done cleaning the pumpkin you can add in your favorite guacamole recipe. Make sure to put some in the front coming out of the Jack-O’-Lantern’s mouth for a squeamish effect! Serve this on a platter with some chips and you’re sure to disgust your guests. Check out the FULL RECIPE HERE.

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