As it turns out there are a few different variations of this ghoulish dinner idea floating around in cyberspace. It all comes down to meatloaf, pasta, cheese and olives. If you like all of those things, you’ll enjoy this dish and it’s sure to impress any little ones you have in the house!
Capture the Halloween spirit with a refreshing white ghost sipper, reminiscent of a nonalcoholic pina colada. For a colorful drink with full-on fruit flavor, try a layered ooze slushie.
This Halloween drink will satisfy all of your senses with its spicy and fruity flavors. A mix of apple cider, cranberry, guava, and lime juices, as well as ginger, cinnamon, and allspice make this drink anything but boring — especially when you add a batty garnish.
Editor’s Tip: A quick trip to the deli counter gives you the tools to make this batty vampire garnish. Salami wings, a gherkin body, and clove eyes are held together with a red wooden skewer.
These ice cream sodas are sure to make your guests scream in delight. Garnish Dracula’s soda with gummy teeth and cherry “eyeballs” on straws. For the goblins in your midst, serve up tasty and fruity ghoul-ade.
Turning your favorite sandwich into a festive bite couldn’t be easier! First make your sammy of choice, then using a ghost cookie cutter, cut out sections of it. You’ll never settle for square sandwiches again!
(From Tonya Staab)
If you’re throwing a Halloween party this year, serve your guests these spidery treats! Apply icing and orange sprinkles to a cupcake, hen cut long strips of black licorice to make the legs. Top with a gummy black raspberry, adding two spots of red icing for eyes. Spooky!
(From Tonya Staab)
Using a checkerboard pan, make the perfect candy corn cheesecake. Follow your fave cheesecake recipe, and then divide the batter into three bowls. Add orange, bright yellow, or light yellow food coloring to each portion, and then pour into the pan. Then simply bake (or refrigerate) and enjoy!
Despite looking complicated, recreating these spider web cookies at home is super simple! Put chocolate icing on a large cookie, and then use white icing to draw four or five circles on top of the chocolate. From the center, using a toothpick, drag lines out toward the edge of the cookie, which creates the web-like effect.