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I am throwing a halloween party on Firday the 26th?

I am having around 60 people coming over. I urgently, need ideas for food I can serve at the party which are not expensive but at the same time appetizing.
Help me please!!

10 Responses to I am throwing a halloween party on Firday the 26th?

  • H-man says:

    Chicken Curry
    Curried Rice salad sweet and sour.
    Chow Mien.
    Meat Balls
    Crackers and Dips.
    Something regional
    Something from other countries, let me open my recipe file, don’t go away.

    Bacon and Egg Slabs
    Grease a rectangular oven dish and line with flaky pastry. (I use ready rolled)
    Fry off trimmed and diced bacon and allow to cool on paper towels. Place in dish and make wells to drop 4 eggs in. Pierce the yolks and cover with another sheet of pastry. Pierce the pastry several times with a knife for steam vents. Brush with milk.
    Bake in a 180C oven for 35-45 minutes until the pastry is golden.
    Turn out and allow to cool a little then cut in 75mm squares.

    Cheese Rolls.
    Spread sandwich bread with butter or margarine and sprinkle with grated tasty cheese and fold into 3.
    Place under a heated grill, and toast turning when the first side is done. Spread with butter on the top and serve.
    Options; add some spring onions, chives or garlic chives, spread bread with butter and vegemite, or make with cold mince.
    Options; To toast, use a sandwich press, George Foreman Grill etc.

    Mouse Traps.
    Toast 6 slices of bread
    Sprinkle with grated tasty cheese and cut into fingers.
    Bake in a slow oven for 30-45 minutes until crunchy.
    Store in an airtight container.
    Vegemite under the cheese tastes nice and sweet.
    Bacon sprinkles could also be added.

  • TheDude says:

    finger foods, like pre-made hours’devours you can pick up at the supermarket (frozen isle). Theyre not good for you but theyre delicious! Also try having a bowl of pretzles/chips/cheetos whatever laying around. Or you can get a premade party sampler at a deli or restaurant like subway or wahtever if you have the extra cash.

  • vickyyy says:

    Oh my gosh, these are so fun! You can really make ANYTHING you would normally make – Halloween style. Just get a little creative. Here are some ideas to get your brain started:



    P.S. It’s really fun to blindfold your guests, especially if they’re younger, and put their hands in bowls of spaghetti and tell them that it’s liver. Or that olives are eyeballs!

  • Kaylie S says:

    1 batch Basic Sugar Cookies
    1 cup blanched almonds
    1 tablespoon red food coloring

    Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Place almonds in a bowl, drizzle on enough red food coloring to coat almonds. Stir almonds around so that they are evenly colored. Place almonds on paper towel-lined platter to dry.

    Work with one half of the dough at a time and keep the remainder refrigerated. Scoop dough into tablespoonful-sized balls. Roll each piece of dough into a finger shape. Press 1 almond, pointy-end out, firmly into 1 end of cookie finger to form a nail. Press the tines of a fork lightly into the dough just below the nail and in the center of the finger to form knuckles.

    Place cookies, about 1-inch apart, on parchment-lined cookie sheets; bake for about 10 to 15 minutes or until pale golden. When cookies are done, let cool on cookie sheet for 3 minutes. Remove cookies to platter to cool completely. Repeat with remaining dough and almonds

    A great website containing lots of Halloween ideas and recipes is http://www.history.com/minisites/halloween/.

  • Pink Princess says:

    Here are some great Halloween party food ideas:

    Hot wings
    Regular Chicken wings
    Taco dip
    Cocktail weenies
    Pigs in a blanket
    Mozzarella sticks
    Cheese/cracker tray
    "Make your own" sub sandwiches
    Pumpkin pie

  • jackie says:

    how much fun these sites are great hope they help have the best time ever.. i will be working and can not enjoy this Halloween so i will count on you to enjoy it for me..





  • Yerba74, Free Hugs says:

    Green rice as I did last year.Put some olives in there. Que envidia…mis disfraces!!!..


  • Duke says:

    Here’s a fun Halloween project for the whole family. Use your imagination to decorate this house any way that you desire. Watch out for ghouls and goblins, they may just devour your masterpiece early!

    You will need:
    2 containers (16 ounce) chocolate fudge frosting*
    2 empty 1 qt. milk cartons, rinsed and dried
    1 large tray covered with foil.
    *You can use a thick homemade frosting instead.

    pretzel sticks
    graham crackers
    black licorice and red twists
    candy corn
    Foil wrapped Halloween Candy
    rice crackers
    Orange Sprinkles
    Colored icing for writing or decorating

    What you do

    Tape each milk carton closed at top. Tape milk cartons together to make a house. Wrap with foil. Attach firmly to the covered tray with tape. Frost cartons with chocolate frosting. Frost the tray also to use as the lawn. Decorate with the assorted treats!

    Some ideas

    *Sprinkle orange sugar on the roof of the house.
    *Rice crackers make neat "attic" windows.
    *graham crackers for windows and doors-highlight with icing.
    *pretzel stick window panes
    *M&M "pathway stones" leading to the door.
    *Candy corn "icicles" under the roof

    After you have the house and pathway finished add details to the lawn area. Foil wrapped candy is great because you buy little mummies, ghosts or pumpkins and place them on the pathway and around the house. Buy from the bulk section of your grocery store to get a really good selection without having to buy a lot of one type of candy. After all the oohs and ahs have subsided and Halloween is over, let the kids pick off all the candy while they discuss what to do for next year’s Haunted House Spectacular!

  • iseestupid_posters says:

    Some blood-red Chilean "Casillero Del Diablo" and "Gato Negro" of course…

    PS: Can you make it 61?


    olives… black ones that they can stick on their fingers and wiggle them around before eating! those are my fave party food! haha!

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