spooky treats and eats for your ghouls and goblins

I don’t know what it is about eating faux fingers, Frankenstein heads & sipping on bubbling brews that’s so fun… but it just is.  Must be that I’ve caught the Halloween bug…  or maybe I just love to see how creative people transform everyday foods into cool creepy treats.

Whatever the reason, here are some splendid ideas we found for your upcoming Halloween party.

Why not start the night off right with some sweet sips of this marvelous candy corn martini from Boulder Locavore?  This delightful drink is all about the details… candy corn infused vodka & pumpkin patch Pop Rocks?  Sign me up!

Don’t these floating ghosts look magical?  And the best part is that they are made from candy clay which tastes loads better than fondant.  Fly on over to Hoosier Homemade to see what she uses to get these great ghosts to float.

Turn this terribly tasty seven layered dip into a spooky appetizer just by piping the sour cream/cream cheese mixture on the top to create a spider web.  Creep on over to A Turtle’s Life For Me for all the details.

Don’t these little Frankensteins make you smile?  All you need are some marshmallows, candy melts & some decorating gel to bring these to babies to life!  Stumble your way to Craft-O-Maniac for more info.

Here’s another super simple snack from Picky Palate that your little guys are sure to enjoy…. truly mummylicious!

And what better to wash the mummy dogs down with than this wonderful witches brew from Very Culinary?

These one-eyed-one-horned-flying-purple-people-eaters are almost too cute to eat. (note I said almost)  Learn the tricks of the trade to create these little masterpieces from Bridget over at Bake at 350.

And for a far less cute cookie, bake up these oh-so-creepy shortbread witch fingers from Celebrations at Home.

Like to have a little fun with your food for the holidays?  We love finding & sharing clever treats. Don’t miss out on our future finds… simply sign up to receive these blog posts in your email in box.

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