Halloween means one thing..a recap of our Moody, Modern and Chic Beetlejuice Halloween Party! From acrylic invitations, shrimp cocktail, to dry ice beverage
Enjoy spooky Halloween recipes for the family with this free meal plan.
Disgusting and delicious! This zombie meatloaf is perfect for Halloween dinner!
While Jenn was crafting our epic group Halloween costumes, I was busy planning my much less colorful (and a lot more sinister) take on our mutually favorite holiday. This all-black table is the stuff of dreams -- er, nightmares -- and even...
These sweet and sour chicken wings are baked in the oven to create a spooky fun Halloween dinner or appetizer. The wings are marinated in an easy asian style marinade of pineapple juice, brown sugar, tomato sauce and Worcestershire sauce. A dash of food colouring turns the chicken into 'bat' making these sticky wings an awesome savory addition to your halloween party. #halloweenappetizer #savoryhalloweenfood
A bowl full of hot dog strips made to look like worms? We’ll pass. We kept it cute with this collection of Halloween dinner ideas. Whether you’re hosting or planning a simple and fun meal for your kiddos before they head out for Trick-or-Treating, you’re going to want to celebrate with these Halloween dinner ideas for kids. Halloween recipes like Meatball Mummies and Chicken Boo-dle Soup are going to be winners with your little ghouls and goblins. Pepperoni Pizza Pockets are a quick and easy Halloween food idea sure to please tykes who are ready to run out the door, candy bags in hand. If you’re looking for more Halloween recipes, check our Halloween guide. You’re sure to find inspiration for Halloween décor, Halloween party planning, and so much more.
Halloween dinner with the Mad Scientist.
It’s nearly October, my birthday month! It also means that it’s almost Halloween. I am gathering recipes to make for the big day that are festive, easy and delicious. If you’re anything like me you love a good taco dip. After seeing lots of fun Halloween Taco Dip recipes on Pinterest, I decided to have a go at this Halloween Taco Dip design I was seeing all over my Pinterest feed! If you have been following me for some time you know that I have made a Taco Dip recipe many times before. This time I wanted to use up some of my Imperfect Produce and try my hand at this fun spider web design for Halloween. Here is what you will need for this festive and delicious Halloween Taco Dip. Ingredients 1 Can of Frito Lay Bean Dip (found in the chip aisle) 1 C of Prepared Guacamole 1 C of Sour Cream + 1/2 C for making the web. 1 Pouch of Taco Seasoning 8 to 10 Black Olives, reserve two to make the spider, dice or slice the rest 1 C of Cheddar Cheese 1 Tomato, Seeded and Dices 1 C of Kale, shredded very thin. Once you gather your ingredients, here is what you will need to do to make the Halloween Taco Dip: Steps (step by step pictures below) I used an 8″ plate for this recipe, begin by spreading the bean dip across the whole plate. Next mix the 1 C of Sour Cream with the taco seasoning. Spread this sour cream in about a 2 inch ring around the outside of the plate. On top of the beans and just in the center of the sour cream ring, spread the guacamole. Next, take your 1/2 C of sour cream and put it into a ziploc bag all into one corner. Cut a very small piece off the corner and use the bag to draw the spider web on top of the guacamole. Sprinkle the kale, cheese, tomato and olives on top of the sour cream. To make your spider, place one whole black olive in the center of the web, then slice the other olive into 8 thin strips to make the legs. That is all you need to do to make this Happy Halloween Taco Dip! Serve with your favorite tortilla chips and or fresh veggies! I think that children and adults will be delighted with this appetizer! For another great dip, try my recipe for Wedge Salad Dip.
If you're not sure where to get started, fear not! This guide will help you step by step plan the most epic Halloween dinner party of your life.
Every month, I get together with girlfriends from high school and we take turns hosting "Bunco," except that we haven't played the actual game of Bunco in about five years. HOWEVER, we do always have