Halloween II

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

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(Two-Disc Special Edition) (2007) Malcolm McDowell

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DreamWorks Halloween

Double Pack (Scared Shrekless / Monsters vs Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins From Outer Space)

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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

(Ultimate Secret Edition) (2006) Sara Paxton

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The Day After Halloween

(Katarina's Nightmare Theater) Sigrid Thornton

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SpongeBob SquarePants

Halloween (1999) Tom Kenny

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Halloween III

Season of the Witch (1982) Tom Atkins

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Playhouse Disney Halloween

(Just Say Boo/A Spookie Ookie Halloween) (1998) Cole Caplan

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25 Years of Terror (2006) John Ottman

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What are some creative halloween recipes for a teenage party?

I want somethings that are good snacks, healthy, and don’t have flour, malt, barley, rye, or spelt in them (allergies). Please and thanks!
I want them to be spooky looking.

4 Responses to What are some creative halloween recipes for a teenage party?

  • cookingkay1955 says:

    Bobbing Head Punch
    Makes 20 cups

    Assorted candies
    Assorted fruit slices and pieces
    6 cups white grape juice
    4 cups ginger ale
    2 cups apple juice or 2 additional cups ginger ale
    Green food coloring

    1. Arrange candy and fruit slices in bottom of 9-inch glass pie plate to create a face. (Remember, the bottom of the face is what will show in the punch bowl.)

    2. Add water to cover face; carefully place in freezer. Freeze overnight.

    3. At time of serving, add ginger ale and juice to 4- to 5-quart punch bowl.

    Tint mixture green.

    Invert pie plate, placing one hand underneath, run under cold running water to release frozen face.

    Place ice mold upside down on top of juice mixture; serve

    Swampy Thing
    Makes 6 to 8 servings

    1 (1-1/2 gallon) unused glass fish bowl
    1 package (4-serving size) blue gelatin
    1 package (8-serving size) or 2 packages (4-serving size each) yellow gelatin
    1 package (4-serving size) yellow gelatin
    1 can (11 ounces) fruit cocktail, drained
    Curly endive sprigs
    Plastic toy skeleton
    Plastic toy tire or car

    1. Wash and rinse unused fish bowl. Set aside to dry.

    2. Prepare gelatin desserts according to package directions, mixing colors to make a swampy green. Pour into clean fish bowl.

    3. Slowly pour in drained fruit cocktail, letting it sink to bottom of fish bowl. Chill in refrigerator about 1 hour or until set but not firm.

    4. Remove from refrigerator. Place endive in gelatin, using chopstick or knife to push to bottom. Using same technique, add skeleton and tire and candies to create "swamp" effect. Return fish bowl to refrigerator until gelatin is firm.

    Note Be sure to remove any plastic toys or small inedible items before serving.

    Here’s a Halloween trick your child will have no trouble pulling off–turning a ripe banana into a Halloween treat.
    Remove any stringy fibers from the peeled banana, then cut it in half widthwise. Push a Popsicle stick into each half through the cut end, then cover each pop with plastic wrap and freeze until firm (about 3 hours).

    Next, place a 1.5-ounce piece of white chocolate candy in a microwave-safe bowl and cook on high until melted (it generally takes about 1 minute). With a butter knife, spread the melted white chocolate on the frozen banana halves.

    Set the pops on a waxed-paper-covered dish. Press on candies or currants for eyes and mouths and return the pops to the freezer until ready to serve. Makes 2.

    Creepy Crawler Pie recipe
    1 ready-made chocolate cookie pie crust
    1/4 gallon orange sherbet
    3/4 cup chocolate sauce
    10 gummy worms

    Soften sherbet slightly and spoon into pie shell. Drizzle with chocolate sauce to form "spider web" design. Freeze for at least one hour. Decorate with "worms".

    NOTE: Do not freeze pie too long or it will be difficult to cut through the gummy worms.

    Brain Cell and Fluid Ingredients:

    1 package (6 oz) Blueberry JELL-O® mix (brain fluid).
    1 carton (16 oz) Small curd cottage Cheese (brain matter).
    1 can (16 oz) Blueberries in heavy syrup.
    1 bottle food coloring.
    Prepare JELL-O® according to package directions. Chill until JELL-O® is firm and set.
    Scoop cottage cheese into a medium bowl.
    Drain and set aside the syrup from the blueberries.
    Add the berries to the cottage cheese and carefully mix them in well together.
    Add food coloring to turn the cottage cheese a nice grayish color when blended.
    TO SERVE: Put a couple of tablespoons of JELL-O® (congealed brain fluid) on a plate. Then put some of the blueberry syrup on that. Finally, add a scoop of the cottage cheese & blueberry mix (brain matter) on top. Serves 6 to 8

    Dead Man’s Hand Ingredients:

    1 Latex Hospital or Doctor’s Exam Glove.
    Red or Orange fruit juice.
    Punch Bowl.
    Clean the latex glove very well before use.
    Fill the glove up with juice or water.
    Use a different color juice in the hand than will be in the punch bowl.
    Fill the glove so that you can put a twist tie or elastic band around the filled glove.
    Place carefully in the freezer. When frozen, peel off the glove leaving the formed ice hand.
    Put the ice hand in your punch bowl with the juice and have some scary Halloween fun…!

    Bloodshot Eye Ball Graveyard Soup
    Bloodshot Eye Ball Graveyard Soup Ingredients:

    1 cup vanilla pudding (instant or regular)
    6 Green Grapes
    6 Chocolate Chips
    1 Wooden Toothpick
    1 Teaspoon Tomato Ketchup
    Carefully press 1 chocolate chip, pointed side down, into each grape.
    If the grape skin is tough, you may have to trim off the top of each grape.
    Carefully place your "eyeball" into the pudding so the "pupil" is looking at you…!
    Dip the toothpick in the Ketchup and carefully apply aroun

  • TX2step says:

    Orange soda in a punch bowl, with a small block of dry ice in the center – that will create a fog flowing out of the bowl and around the table. ….. Peel grapes and put them in a bowl for "eyeballs" …. Popcorn balls (maybe add some mini chocolate morsels) … Popcorn Cake with orange & black jellybeans (Emeril Lagassee has a recipe for one – no flour) … Orange cheese chunks with a thin pretzel stuck in the top, and a slice of black olive ….. Put a little orange (or 1 drop each of red & yellow) food coloring into some fresh hummus, as a dip for veggies … chocolate dipped orange segments … apple slices with caramel dip .. bags of apple chips

  • lemonlimesherbet says:

    How about caramel apples with homemade caramel and you can roll them in diced toasted almonds, popcorn can be plain, caramel or popcorn balls or flavored with cheese powder, How about licorice? Chocolate dipped fruits? Like apricots that can be decorated like pumpkins. Jello???? Or an agar and juice alternative…Brownies can be made with rice flour or you can make a flour less chocolate decadence cake and since it is dense cut out shapes with cookie cutters. Or a use a knife to shape grave stones since the cake is dark in color. Olives are black if you want to play with the black and orange theme. Persimmons the Asian variety are best when crisp rather than the American variety that are best after a frost and better suited to cooking. How about corn tortillas with cheddar cheese for quesadillas. Rice cakes with cheese based spreads shaped like a pumpkin. Or in a small bowl with in a carved out pumpkin. .

  • yellrbird says:
Halloween Books