5 Fun Halloween Recipes
These 5 fun Halloween recipes will help you get into the Halloween spirit. Halloween is a time for gathering, partying and getting weird in strange costumes. These recipes are meant to be easy to prepare because who wants to hang out in the kitchen when you should be getting drunk?
To make five fun Halloween recipes, you will need:
- Lime Jello, pineapple juice, Sprite, vodka
- Pumpkin seeds, olive oil, spices like salt, pepper, paprika or whatever you wish
- Cream cheese, canned pumpkin, brown sugar, ginger, nutmeg, apple and pear slices
- Pillsbury crescent rolls, hot dogs, ketchup, mustard, cooking spray
- Round chocolate cake, tubes of white and fudge frosting, Oreo cookie
- Witches Brew. You have to have creepy cocktails to add to the usual selections of pumpkin ales. Witches Brew is easy to make and actually tastes good. Get a large bowl, add a package of lime Jello and stir in two cups of boiling water. Stir for two minutes. Now add three cups of chilled pineapple juice and let the mixture cool down. Add a two liter bottle of Sprite and two to three cups of freezer cold vodka. Serve over ice and feel free to add some Halloween fun to the drink with rubber eyeballs, fingers, etc. Just make sure they are clean.
- Pumpkin Seeds. You can’t have five fun Halloween recipes without pumpkin seeds. The smell alone reminds people of Halloween fun. Carve a pumpkin and save the seeds. Wash off the pumpkin and dry them on paper towels. Overnight works best. Preheat your oven to 300 degrees. In a bowl, cover your seeds with just enough olive oil to lightly coat them. Season with salt, pepper or whatever you wish. Bake seeds for 45 minutes or until they are brown.
- Pumpkin Dip. Pumpkin dip sounds weird. But not only is it one of the tastiest choices for Halloween recipes but it also goes great with apple and pear slices. Blend eight ounces of cream cheese in a bowl until smooth and then add three quarters a cup of brown sugar, half a teaspoon of ginger, one quarter of a teaspoon of nutmeg and two teaspoons of cinnamon. Mix well and hand stir in fifteen ounces of canned pumpkin. Refrigerate for an hour and serve with apple and pear slices.
- Mummy Dogs. These curious looking Halloween recipes are a kid’s favorite which means drunk people will devour them. Preheat oven to 375. Open a Pillsbury crescent roll and unroll the dough. Slice this dough into strips and wrap them around the hot dogs to look like mummy bandages but make sure you leave an opening for the face. Spray them with cooking oil and bake for fifteen minutes or until brown. Use ketchup or mustard to make eyes and slash the hot dog with a knife to make a mouth.
- Spider Cake. The Spider cake is the easiest of the five fun Halloween recipes. Go buy a round, chocolate cake, a tube of white frosting and a tube of fudge frosting. Make sure the fudge frosting is either lighter or darker than the cake frosting. Draw a spider web with the white frosting. Now place an Oreo in the web and use the fudge frosting to make legs. Add two white dots for eyes and use two fudge dots for pupils.