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Topic: I need spooky food ideas.  (Read 6113 times)
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« Reply #30 on: August 14, 2005 04:08:20 PM »

Hi!  I think Martha Stewart or someone did this and I thought it was a hoot --
spooky punch

supplies: a plastic face mask that covers the whole face; duct tape; pair of latex or plastic gloves; water or other light liquid like lemonade or sprite

directions: cover the eye holes with duct tape from front and back sides of the mask.  put mask in a baking tray face side down and fill the mask with water (the tape keeps the water from leaking out the eye holes).  fll the gloves with water and seal with duct tape or tie them off.  put them and the tray with mask in the freezer until solid.

make a red punch (cranberry / raspberry / strawberry etc) and serve in a large punch bowl.  pop out the ice face and hands and float them in the punch   -- face in the center and hands on either side.  it will look like a spooky person trying to get out of the punch!  you could use lemonade or sprite so that the flavor is not diluted.

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« Reply #31 on: August 15, 2005 01:58:59 PM »

OhI have doen the hands, but Ilove the idea of a mask too!  Thanks

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« Reply #32 on: August 16, 2005 08:38:54 PM »

to follow the orange and black tradition, try baking carrot muffins frosted with chocolate.
« Reply #33 on: August 22, 2005 07:13:08 AM »

I have a halloween party every year too, but for gown-ups!

Last year I made meatloaf, and shaped it into a skeleton (ribs, a skull, arms feet, femurs, etc) I think the most fun part was the skull though, so I might just make a bunch of skulls, individual portions!

Also, I bought a brain mold from a science supply store online, washed it, greased it,  and packed mashed potatoes into it. It kept the mold very well, even after microwaving it after it was unmolded. I put some ketchup on the top, for BLOOD.

It was a hit!
« Reply #34 on: September 14, 2005 11:16:13 AM »

This is not spooky, but was a big hit last Halloween - rice krispie sushi. You take green fruit roll-ups, fill with rice krispie treat mix, put a twizzler in the middle for the fish and roll it up. Cut into "sushi" pieces with a knife dipped in hot water.
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« Reply #35 on: September 15, 2005 02:22:52 PM »

Weinie spiders, just slice hot dog lengthwise in quarters from both ends NOT meeting in the middle, when you cook them the various "arms" curl up and look kind of spidery or octopus like
« Reply #36 on: September 22, 2005 03:16:21 PM »

i love the idea of the head and hands in the punch, ive done the gloves before, but since it was a long party, i just filled the gloves w/ another kind of punch, so once they melted, the punch didnt taste all watery... instead it had like a kick of another kind of punch!!
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