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Halloween party, Lots of drinking, Good food?

Im having a halloween party and was wondering if anyone has good ideas for party foods which i can cook/bake.

I want everything to be halloween themed, so far I’ve got halloween cupcakes, Bat shortbread and meringue ghosts also making pizza, what else would be good?

Ps. There will be alot of dunken people so any suggestions on how to keep them happy with the food?

Thanks.

6 Responses to Halloween party, Lots of drinking, Good food?

  • mamaflutey says:

    You should make candy corn pizza!!!
    "Cheesy Candy Corn"
    Preheat the oven to 350.

    Cut the tortillas up like a pizza. Mozzarella goes on the tip, then cheddar in the middle, and the american on the top. Take a slice of the american cheese and cutting it into four equal parts horizontally. Helps it melt more uniformly.

    Place it in the oven for about 10 minutes, or until the cheese is melted..

    Meatball creepy Crawlers
    Meatballs
    1 can (12 oz) Pillsbury® Golden Layers® refrigerated flaky original biscuits
    20 frozen cooked beef meatballs, thawed (from 16-oz bag)
    1/4 cup shoestring potatoes (from 1 3/4-oz can) or chow mein noodles
    Sliced olives, pickles and carrots, as desired

    Dips, if desired
    1/4 cup ketchup
    1/4 cup mustard
    1/2 cup cheese dip

    1. Heat oven to 375°F. Spray large cookie sheet with cooking spray, or cover with cooking parchment paper.

    2. Separate dough into 10 biscuits. Separate each biscuit into 2 layers. Wrap 1 biscuit piece around each meatball; seal. To make 1 crawler, line up 10 biscuit-wrapped meatballs on cookie sheet, making sure each is touching, to make a curved line. Poke shoestring potatoes in both sides of each ball for legs, at head for antennae and tongue, and end for tail. Repeat with remaining 10 wrapped meatballs to make second crawler.

    3. Bake 13 to 16 minutes or until golden brown. Garnish with olives for eyes and mouth. Top every other section with layer of sliced pickle, carrot and olive. In small bowl, mix ketchup and mustard. Serve crawlers with ketchup mixture and cheese dip.

    Day Old Bath Water
    12 ounce Can frozen lemonade
    2 liters 7-Up
    1/2 gallon Rainbow sherbert

    Thaw sherbert for approximately 15 minutes and place in a plastic tub. Add lemonade (prepared according to directions) and 7-up. Sherbert will melt and turn mixture day old bathwater grayish-brown. Float a handful of green, yellow and white tiny after dinner mints (tiny bars of soap) on top of the scummy punch.

    Boogers on a Stick
    8 ounce Jar cheez whiz
    3 or 4 drops Green food coloring (OR use red & make blood on a stick..)
    3 dozen pretzel sticks

    Melt cheeze whiz in the microwave according to jar directions. Allow the cheese to cool slightly in the jar. Carefully stir in food coloring using just enough to turn the cheese a pale snot green.

    To form boogers: Dip and twist the tip of each prtezel stick into the cheese, lift out, wait twenty seconds, then dip again. When cheese lumps reach a boogerish size, set pretzels boogerd on wax paper to cool.

    Zombie Eyes
    Thinly Sliced Ham
    Cream Cheese
    Pickles
    Spread cream cheese on ham slices, then wrap around the pickle. Please wrapped pickles in the freezer and about 30 minutes till you need to serve, cut the wrapped pickles in 1/2 inch pieces.

    " ‘Deep fried ants’ will have your guests running scared. Simply deep-fry shredded coconut and serve to guests to munch on,"

    Squashed Frogs for Halloween

    1 Stick margarine
    40 lg marshmallows (10 oz. bag)
    1/2 ts vanilla (optional)
    2 ts green food coloring
    5 c corn flakes cereal
    M&Ms Plain Chocolate Candy
    Melt margarine in large saucepan. Add marshmallows and cook over low heat, stirring constantly until melted and mixture is syrupy.

    Remove from heat. Add vanilla and food color. Mix well. Add corn flakes and mix until well coated and bright green.

    Drop by spoonfuls onto greased cookie sheet. Flatten with the back of a tablespoon and add 2

    Spider cookies
    http://simplestupid.com/recipe.htm?id=420

    Ingredients
    Oreo Cookies 12
    licorice laces 3 3 foot strands cut into 1 1/2 inch pieces
    cinnamon dots 24
    red decorating gel 1 1/2 tsps

    Directions
    Insert 3 pieces of the licorice laces into each side of the Oreo cookie.

    For the eyes use the red decorating gel to adhere the cinnamon dots to the top of the cookie.

    Spider Crackers
    For each:
    2 round crackers
    2 teaspoons smooth peanut butter
    8 small pretzel sticks
    2 raisins

    With the peanut butter, make a cracker sandwich. Insert eight pretzel "legs" into the filling. With a dab of peanut butter, set two raisin "eyes" on top. Makes 1.

  • softaiil952000 says:

    A combination of any of these would be great. And the best part is most of this can be made 2-3 days ahead of time so you have more time to concentrate on other things for the party.

    Be creative and add food coloring to any food that yu can.

    Burgers (sliders – mini burgers)
    Hot dogs
    Sub sandwiches
    Fried chicken
    Taco bar
    Pizza bar or mini pizzas on English muffins
    Chicken wings – Hot wings, Honey wings, Raspberry wings, Teriyaki wings
    Meatballs
    Little Smokies
    Fondue – Cheese & Chocolate with Fruit, veggies, breads

    Chips & dip
    Spinach & Artichoke dip with Mini bread or Crackers
    Meat & cheese tray
    Fruit platter or make fruit kabobs
    Chips & dips
    Jalapeno Poppers
    Deviled eggs
    Mozzarella Cheese sticks
    Potato skins
    Roll ups – Take lunch meat and spread cream cheese on it and roll up with slice of dill pickle in it

    Cole slaw
    Potato salad
    Macaroni salad
    Green salad
    Pickle & olive tray
    Nuts
    Cracker
    Pretzels
    Popcorn
    Chex Mix
    Trail mix

    Cookies
    Candy
    Cake
    Brownies

  • Pixie. says:

    There are loads of halloween recipes here: http://familyfun.go.com/halloween/halloween-recipes/ There are both sweet and savoury snacks, like cheese fingers, edible eyeballs and worms on a bun (like hotdogs) etc.

    People tend to get hungry when they’re drunk, so make sure there’s lots of food available. They’ll probably be happy with snack foods, and lots of junk food – pizza would be perfect (there’s a recipe here for pizza mummies if you want to keep it halloween themed: http://familyfun.go.com/halloween/halloween-recipes/halloween-entrees/pizza-mummies-688188/). You could also consider getting some snacks which aren’t halloween themed – just general snack food like pretzels, popcorn, peanuts, nachos, chips and dip etc – people often like to snack on them when they’re drunk.

    :]

  • awommack says:

    brownie

  • Carrie says:

    wow, you’ve gotten lots of good ideas from other answers, but here are a few more ideas:
    Witch Hat Cookies – Use a package of Keebler Fudge Stripe cookies and Hershey kisses to create these cute cookies. Turn the cookie over so the chocolate side faces up. Unwrap the kisses and dab a bit of frosting on the bottoms before placing them in the center of each cookie, covering up the hole. Sometimes I write "Boo" on the brim of a few cookies using leftover frosting. That’s it! These are a hit with the kids year after year.

    Spider Cupcakes – Frost in orange or green icing, then place one gumdrop in the center and add eight legs cut from black licorice string.

    Mummy Hot Dogs – Use regular hot dogs and a roll of crescent rolls. Unroll the crescent rolls into rectangles and press the seams together. Then cut each rectangle of dough into long strips. Wrap the strips around each hot dog to look like a mummy, but leave an open spot at the top. Then bake the hot dog mummies in the oven. Put two drops of mustard in the open area as two eyes.

    Brains for Dinner – Serve spaghetti in a hollowed out red pepper, with some of the spaghetti spilling over the edges.

    Witch’s Hair with Goblin Eyeballs Salad – Mix together finely shredded carrots (the witch’s hair) and peeled green grapes (the goblin eyeballs) with a small amount of your child’s favorite salad dressing.

    Slime Balls – Caramel apples

    Monster Munch – Combine candy corn, dried cranberries and Chex cereal party mix.

  • SusieQ says:

    You need some filling food so they won’t drive drunk. Maybe they can stay overnight or have a designated driver? Chili, stew, and plechunda recipes below.

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