Spooky halloween recipes

By Paola Fernandez

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1. “Sandwich Spooks”

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This ghostly sandwich recipe is from www.bhg.com

 

 

A spooky twist on the regular pb&j sandwich!

Make these ghostly sandwiches by using Halloween

themed cookie cutters, and raisins for the ghost’s eyes. Super simple, yet very festive.

2. Creepy Ice Face

ghoul aid punch from www.myrecipes.com
ghoul aid punch from www.myrecipes.com

Punch is a party essential, and this is an easy way to incorporate a Halloween theme.

All you have to do is buy any creepy Halloween mask, which will serve as a mold for the “creepy ice face”

pour water in the mask (makes sure you wash it before you do)

then place the mask filled with water in the freezer, until the water is completely frozen.

Now you have a “creepy ice face” ready to float in a bowl of punch and give your guests a fright!

3. Fingers in a bowl

Delicious "fingers" served in a bowls of dip. Recipe from www.teachmama.com
Delicious “fingers” served in a bowls of dip. Recipe from www.teachmama.com

These “fingers” are perhaps some of the healthiest Halloween snacks, and require little preparation.

All you need to do for this spooky snack is get some carrots, don’t worry if they aren’t a very finger-like shape, you can always shape them when you peel them.

After you have peeled and/or shaped them, all you have to do is take some cream cheese, which will serve as our glue to attach the “finger nails”, and smear it at the top of the carrot, where you will be placing sliced almonds to serve as the creepy finger nails.

You can serve these healthy snacks in a bowl with the dip of your choice.

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