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(Collector's Edition) (1981) Jamie Lee Curtis

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History of Halloween

The Haunted History of Halloween (History Channel) (A&E DVD Archives) (2005)

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Return to Halloweentown

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The Day After Halloween

(Katarina's Nightmare Theater) Sigrid Thornton

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Season of the Witch (1982) Tom Atkins

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treats and snacks to serve at a zombie/spooky themed party?

having a zombie party on the 27th for my 18th and I want it to have good spooky snacks. what are some good ideas?

5 Responses to treats and snacks to serve at a zombie/spooky themed party?

  • raindovewmn41 says:

    Bucket of Blood
    Great centerpeice for Halloween Party
    how to for: both child and adult Nice project to do together Details

    1 Liter Corn Syrup
    5 Liters Water
    2 or 3 Tablespoons Red Food Coloring
    1/2 Teaspoon Green Food Coloring (optional)
    A slosh of milk

    Preparation:

    Get a large pail to mix this all together.
    If you do not like the consistancy you can either thin it with more water, or thicken it with sugar or corn syrup.
    The exact amount of food coloring you require will depend on the brand you buy, so you may need to play around with the measurements.
    If you make it too dark, just add more water again.
    Adding some milk will reduce the translucent of the mixture (real blood isn’t see-thru, but if you want clear blood, leave the milk out of the recipe).
    Don’t add too much milk or the blood will look pink!
    The final product should splash like water, but be slightly shinier, and not soak into cloth quite the same way water does, leaving more of it on the outside of clothes so they look suitably bloodied.

    this recipe is from the link below there are many many more

    Brain Salad Surgery (Salad)

    1 package (6 ounce) – Blueberry gelatin mix
    1 carton (16 ounce) – Small curd cottage cheese
    1 can (16 ½ ounce) – Blueberries in syrup OR
    ¾ cup – Frozen blueberries (thawed)
    Blue food coloring

    Prepare gelatin according to package directions. Chill 4-5 hours or until firm.

    Scoop cottage cheese into a bowl. Drain and set aside the syrup from the blueberries. Add the berries to the cottage cheese and mix well. Add three drops of food coloring to turn the cottage cheese a nice grayish color with blended.

    To serve salad, place a few spoonfuls of firm gelatin, (congealed brain fluid), onto individual serving plates. Top with a scoop of cottage cheese (brain tissue) mixture and serve.

    Makes 6 servings

  • aeroplane_21 says:

    "Brains" jello, jelly worms in "mud" etc.

  • carblue ? says:

    Spooky brew – spooky eyeball tacos –

    http://www.365halloween.com/halloween-recipes – I did the intestines for a party once – they were a big hit – I didn’t try the bleeding cake recipe but my friend that told me about the site did and said it was good and gross looking like the pictures

    check this site out – lots of coooool ideas….
    http://www.britta.com/HW/HWr.html

  • Kippy says:

    The food networks website has some really cool "spooky" treat ideas under their halloween section: I made these recipes for a halloween party I throw—similar to a zombie party!

    Steak Bits with Bloody Mary Dipping Sauce
    1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for drizzling
    1 small onion, finely chopped
    1/2 cup vodka
    2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
    2 teaspoons hot pepper sauce
    1 cup tomato sauce
    1 rounded tablespoon prepared horseradish
    Salt and pepper
    1 1/3 pounds beef sirloin cut into large bite-sized pieces, 1 by 2 inches
    Steak seasoning blend or coarse salt and black pepper
    6 to 8 inch bamboo skewers

    Heat a small saucepan over medium heat. Add oil and onions and saute 5 minutes. Add vodka and reduce by 1/2. Add Worcestershire, hot sauce, tomato sauce and horseradish. Stir to combine the dipping sauce and return the sauce to a bubble. Add salt and pepper and adjust seasonings.
    Heat nonstick skillet over high heat. Coat meat bites lightly in oil. Season with steak seasoning blend or salt and pepper, to taste. Cook the meat until caramelized all over, about 2 minutes on each side. Transfer dipping sauce to a small dish and place at the center of a serving platter. Surround the dip with meat bites and set several bamboo "stakes" or skewers along side meat.

    Finger in A Blanket (similar to pigs in a blanket)
    —this one is easy…little cresent rolls, with little hot dogs/sausages inside—then squirt a bunch of ketchup all over them. Call it blood!

  • Lillie says:

    Creepy Witches’ Fingers

    Yield: 5 dozen

    1 cup Butter, softened
    1 cup Icing sugar (powdered sugar)
    1 Egg
    1 tsp Almond extract
    1 tsp Vanilla
    2 2/3 cups Flour
    1 tsp Baking powder*
    1 tsp Salt
    3/4 cup Almonds, whole blanched
    1 Tube red decorator gel
    (optional, not pictured)

    Gross everyone out with these creepy cookies.
    In bowl, beat together butter, sugar, egg, almond extract and vanilla. Beat in flour, baking soda*, and salt. Cover and refrigerate 30 minutes. Working with one quarter of the dough at a time and keeping remainder refrigerated, roll heaping teaspoonful of dough into finger shape for each cookie. Press almond firmly into 1 end for nail. Squeeze in centre to create knuckle shape. (Accompanying picture showed long rolled shape with bulge at centre for knuckle; you puff it out rather than squeeze it in.) Using paring knife, make slashes in several places to form knuckle.

    Place on lightly greased baking sheets; bake in 325F (160C) oven for 20-25 minutes or until pale golden. Let cool for 3 minutes. Lift up almond, squeeze red decorator gel onto nail bed and press almond back in place, so gel oozes out from underneath. You can also make slashes in the finger and fill them with "blood."

    Remove from baking sheets and let cool on racks. Repeat with remaining dough.

    Creepy Crispy Crunchies

    3 Tbsp margarine
    4 cups miniature marshmallows
    (or 10 oz large marshmallows, about 40)
    6 cups rice crispy cereal
    orange and brown Halloween M&Ms (about 6oz)

    Melt margarine in a large saucepan over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat. Add cereal and stir until well coated. Add the candy and mix until candy is evenly mixed. Spray a pan with non-stick cooking spray or line with waxed paper. Using a buttered spatula or waxed paper, press the mixture evenly into a 9×13" pan. Cut into squares when cool.

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