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what halloween names can you give these recipes?

these aren’t halloween recipes but i want to give them halloween names just for fun.

please help as i’m not creative.

Pineapple spread w/ graham crackers

Broccoli Dip in Bread Bowl


8 Responses to what halloween names can you give these recipes?

  • sheila love says:

    I love this type of ceativity,…
    Your pineapple spread w/ crackers could be :
    marrow and bones
    guts on a stretcher

    The broccoli and dip:
    bowl o’ brains
    skull sampler
    creepy cranium w/ minni brains

    And the cobbler might be:
    graveyard rubble
    goblin grub
    cauldron cobbler

    I love Halloween and those types of parties, Good luck and have a blast :o)

  • Farmer Crabtree says:

    #1———Brain Pate (pah-tay)

    #2———-Cauldron of Yuck!

    #3———–Grave Crust on entrails

  • philos34002 says:

    pineapple spread – pus dip
    graham crackers – bones or scabs
    broccoli dip – snot ooze
    bread bowl – a skull
    cobbler – bubbling bones

  • soccer says:

    #1: Witches Mix Up
    #2: Witches Brew
    #3: Goblins delight cobbler

    *Hope I helped!!*

  • Penus4venuS says:

    Brain matter

    Devil’s Vomit

    Bones Bon a petit

  • michaelsmaniacal says:

    The Pineapple spread on graham crackers sounds scary enough as is. EEEEW! Dye it green and call it Snot.

    Bake your own bread bowl to look like a skull, and cut the top off, fill with broccoli dip dyed red with food color, and replace the lid. Maybe make an olive up to look like an eye and toss it in there. Bowls of Bloody Brains.

    Carve a piece of apple to look like a finger, nose or ear and bake separately being careful not to over cook so it holds it’s shape. Place it on top of the cobbler servings. Use food color to look bloody. Baked bits and pieces. If Bob can’t make it to the party, Baked Bits and Pieces of Bob.

    Or dye the cobbler filling green and have gummi worms or bugs on it. Call it Leftovers.

    A parent at my kids school once brought cupcakes that had a gummi worm pushed right through the middle of the cake with a shishkabob skewer. The kids thought it was the coolest.

    Make pretty real looking blood out of cornstarch and water, red food color.

  • teddy bear jr says:

    alien slime infused chilled monkey brains

    Hulkamania dip

    Zombie desert dessert

  • Tasty says:

    1.dried blood after death
    2.i dont know
    3.mushed brains

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