Spooky Eats and Treats!
Looking for some ghastly dishes for your Halloween feast? Take a look at a few of our favorites this year.
These creepy little creatures will make the perfect appetizer for your Halloween dinner! You can find the complete recipe here: http://www.schwans.com/products/recipedetail.aspx?id=41373
CREEPY SOUP CREATURE
This friendly little tentacle creature can top your favorite soup or pot pie for a delicious first course. Suprisingly simple to make, you can find the recipe here: http://blogs.babble.com/family-kitchen/2010/10/21/tentacle-pot-pies-have-your-fun-and-eat-it-too/
These adorable little mummies are super simple to make and definitely kid-friendly! Your little ghouls will gobble them up. You can get the full recipe here: http://www.celebrations.com/content/3-easy-mummy-theme-halloween-party-foods
MEATLOAF MONSTER HAND
This main course is not for the faint of heart! This creepy dish will have your guests squirming until the last delicious bite. You can find the recipe here: http://www.notmartha.org/archives/2009/10/27/meat-hand/
A googly-eyed monster is the perfect way to end your meal! This cake is absolutely adorable and is sure to be a hit with young and old. You can even eat the eyeballs, as they are made from cake pops. The how-to is here: http://www.bakerella.com/pop-star-jennifer/
WICKED WITCHY CUPCAKES
Aren't these the cutest little witches you've ever seen? So creative. Warts and all! You can find this wickedly delicious recipe here: http://northtexaskids.com/ntkblog/index.php/kid-friendly-halloween-treats-perfect-for-a-halloween-birthday-party/
VAMPIRE BITE CUPCAKES
Your guests will love these simple and creepy treats! A red velvet cupcake topped with delicious frosting and an unexpected vampire bite! You can get the full recipe here: http://homemakershabitat.com/2009/10/red-velvet-vampire-bite-cupcakes.html