Monday, October 12, 2009

Boo Bash: Inspiration

Planning our Halloween party has been a lot of fun. Here are some of the treat we found to make. There are so many wonderful idea's available, choosing which one's to use was difficult. I think we've decided on some really cute one's. Thanks to Our Best Bites for all the great ideas.

Candy Corn Pizza
Plain cheese pizza, just make a ring of cheddar around the outside edge and mozzerella in the center. Cut into wedges to make the candy corns.

Pumpkin Sammies

Use Halloween cookie cutters to cut your bread. Fill some with peanut butter or cream cheese and orange-colored jam (like peach or apricot)

Mummy Dogs

Cut crescent roll dough into thin strips and wrap around hot dogs. Bake according to crescent package directions and use ketchup or mustard for eyes. Cut the hot dogs in half to make them bite-sized.

Dirt n' Worms

Use chocolate pudding for your mud and put some crushed oreos on top for dirt. Hide those gummy worms in there for eeek factor!

Bones n' Blood

Use breadstick dough (store bought or homemade) and cut into strips. Use scissors to snip the ends into 2 pieces and roll them down to make the bone shape. Dip in "bloody" marinara! For extra flavor sprinkle with garlic and Parmesan.

Witches Wands

Dipped Pretzel Rods are instantly transformed into "Witches Wands" with a little Halloween pizazz! Put them in containers with candy corns to hold them up. The little mini buckets pictured are from the Target dollar section. SO cute!

Nutty Ghosts

Nutter Butters are naturally ghost shaped, which make them perfect for dipping! Give them a bath in some almond bark and put on a couple of mini chocolate chips for eyes. And might I add that white chocolate covered Nutter Butters taste really good!

Spidey Cookies

Red hots and licorice turn oreos into creepy (but kinda cute) spiders. Shoestring licorice is hard to find these days, but Twizzlers makes "Pull-Apart" candy that works perfectly.

I found this table dressing at Martha Stewart. It is simple, simple, using crepe paper. Cheap, Cheap!

What will you be serving at your Halloween Party?

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