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Desperately need recipes for tHalloween party that I can make in advance???

I’m throwing a Halloween Party on the 27th and need some spooky finger foods that I can serve, but can make ahead of time and freeze or that can store for a few days before the party. Wanting to having all prep done before party so I have plenty of time to decorate and heat things up.

It’s going to be an adult Halloween party so we’re just having cocktails (any spooky recipes for drinks welcome too) and snacky type foods. Thanks so much!!

8 Responses to Desperately need recipes for tHalloween party that I can make in advance???

  • i420ed says:

    3 marsh mellows on a skewer, cover with melted white chocolate. this makes ghosts.
    1/4 cut apples, wash with lemon juice. on the peel side cut out a small wedge, use sliced almonds and implant them as teeth.

  • LTD says:

    My husband and I host a Halloween party every year. I LOVE coming up with ideas for food…a few:
    Last year, I made little "headstones" out of stiff gray paper and used skewers cut down in size glued to the backs (so I could stick them in the food)…then with a black pen, I wrote all the names of the dishes using names like "Mummies Toes", "Brains", "Eyeball Sandwiches", etc…
    Go to Food Network’s web site…they have TONS of cool recipes for munchies and drinks…easy to prepare…quick to set-up….

  • mudfish says:

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/et_hd_halloween

    this site seems to have a few ideas

  • LaLa says:

    Something easy and quick… if you really want "finger food"… just make frozen breadsticks using an almond for a finger nail and sprinkle herbs to look like hairy fingers. Then you can use tomato sauce "blood" for dipping.

    If you make a fruit punch, fill a clean rubber glove (latex and powder free) with juice and fresh fruit. When you peel it off you have an icy hand that sits in the middle of your punch. Spooky and keeps it cold at the same time.

  • donnakygirl says:

    Cheese dip-yummy.

    1lb. Hamburger
    1lb. Sausage (breakfast type)
    1 can Salsa
    1 box of Velveeta cheese-(the big box)

    Fry hamburger and sausage togother till FULLY cooked. (store in the fride/freezer till day of party)
    In a slowcooker (can be done day of party-a few hours before). cut cheese into small cubes and add salsa, set heat on low. When cheese is COMPLETELY melted, and the hamburger/sausage and mix. As long as you give it a good stir every once in a while, it will be good the whole night. Its so delicious, and easy. Add a bit of green food coloring if you want to make it FESTIVE. have fun and enjoy!

  • skyler says:

    I am having an adult only Halloween party the same day I am making ALL my foods in advance and freezing them so I just have to cook in the oven that day here is what I am going to do:
    1-chips and dips and I am gonna put some plastic spikers around the bowl

    2-spinach dip with tortilla chips and since there is courcream in it already I am gonna draw a spider web on it with sour cream

    3-A cheese ball that I am gonna add some orange food coloring and shape into a pumpkin

    4-jello shots

    5-candy apples minature size I am gonna use a melon baller to get them small

    6-sweedish meatballs in the crock pot

    7-sweet and sour meatballs in the crock pot

    8-mini hotdogs in bbq sauce in crock pot

    9- flour tortillas make sandwichs and make 1 big roll out of it and then wrap in saran wrap over night take out about 1/2 before party and cut into slices

    All these are made on either Thursday or Friday except the crock pot stuff do that the morning of
    okay all the rest of these items I am gonna make this week and freeze them and just bake the day of the party. I also bought disposable alum. cookie sheets so I am gonna make them and lay them right out on them and cover and label what they are and just cook right before party begins.

    1-pizza bagels they look like mummys but the little pizza bagels put some spagetti sauce in then some mozz. cheese shreadded from side to side then take a green olive cut in half and use as eyes

    2-potato skins (everyone loves them)

    3-pigs in a blankets that look like fingers but the mini hot dogs wrap with cresent rolls leaving one part of hot dog cover cut the tip a little so that after you bake them you can put some ketuchup where the nail would be

    4- deviles eggs that look like spiders I am gonna make them ahead of time and just assemble spiders day of make eggs with your deviled eggs recipe then take a black olive and cut in 1/2 long ways to use half on top of egg for the bosy and then cut the other part into small pices to form legs
    Hope this helps and have a great party

  • Hawkeye4077 says:

    1-I saw a recipe for devilled eggs that called for an olive slice on top so it looks like an eye.

    2-Fill a rubber glove with water or punch, etc., freeze, then cut glove off and let "hand" float in punch bowl.

  • Marie S says:

    The blog entry has some links to different sites for recipes.

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