To use some of these creepy foods are a great way to create a spooky setting for your Halloween party. Eyeball deviled eggs, chocolate cake topped with gummy worms and icy fingers floating in a green liquid are just the beginning of all the fun and creepy foods you can make.
Kids Favorite Halloween Recipes
Put chocolate pudding in clear plastic containers and place gummy worms in the pudding and some half submerged. Cover the top of the pudding with crushed chocolate or oreo cookie crumbs.
Let the children make their own ghost sandwiches. Use marshmallow creme to spread on sandwich. Give each child a ghost cookie cutter and let them press the shape out of the center of their sandwich. Use raisins for the eyes.
Prepare some green jello according to package directions, when yello starts to set divide it into two containers. Stir in various gummy bugs to the first container. Beat the rest of the jello with some whipped cream or cool whip and add to the top of the slime. Sprinkle crushed chocolate cookie crumbs and half submerge some gummy worms. Let set.
freeze ice cubes with raisins in them to look like bugs.
Witch Hat Cookies
Take Oreo® cookies and place them on wax paper. Place an unwrapped Hershey's kiss in the middle of the cookie attaching it with a dab of frosting. With orange colored frosting, pipe a ring around the candy kiss to look like a hat band.
Little kids love this food project!! You'll need some Oreo cookies, some thin black licorice and a tube of white decorating icing.
Take Oreo cookies and loosen top and bottom of cookie. Cut black licorice stings into 5-inch lengths and place 4 licorice pieces inside each cookie. Cover with cookie and use frosting to make eyes on the top.
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