Halloween Baby Shower Party Food Ideas 3

Halloween Baby Shower Party Ideas

FOOD IDEAS 3

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Halloween FoodHalloween FoodMummy Cookies
Dress up your juice boxes and turn them into mummies.Dress your Tootsie Pops as ghosts.Use a gingerbread man cookie cutter to make mummy cookies.
Halloween Food
Halloween Punch – 1 can lemonade, 2 cans water, 1 pkg cherry Kool-Aide, 1/2 c sugar, 3/4 of a 2-liter bottle of Ginger Ale, and lots of ice. Floating eyeballs & gummyworms are optional.Gall-of-Goat Float. For this dastardly presentation, set a large metal bowl inside a larger cauldron. Wearing gloves or oven mitts, place dry ice in the cauldron around the bowl, then fill the bowl with root beer. Pour water onto dry ice for a steamy effect. To serve, ladle root beer into mugs filled with scoops of gall of “goat” or vanilla ice cream.Dip pretzels into white chocolate dyed green. Add a sliced almond for the fingernail and use a toothpick to make the knuckle.
Halloween Food
Break apart Kit Kat candy bars. Dip one end into green tinted white chocolate. Use Reeses Mini cups for hats, make or buy candy eyes, use licorice for mouth and bolts, and use black icing gel to make the stitches.Witch Hat cookies! Cookie ingredients are Keebler Fudge stripe cookies (turned upside down), Hershey Kisses attached with orange Wilton tube icing. Soooo easy!Use Pretzel Rods and dip them in melted chocolate and white chocolate colored with orange gel food coloring. While the chocolate is still warm, sprinkle with edible glitter.
Halloween Food
Mummy Hot Dogs. Hot dogs wrapped in biscuit or crescent rolls. The eyes are made of mustard.Spider Deviled Eggs. Use your favorite deviled egg recipe and decorate with pieces of black olives.For quick idea to add to your decorations, put googly eyes on your plastic drink cups.
Spider Apples
Oreos dipped in red chocolate.Spider Chocolate Apples – dip apples in white chocolate, the make a chocolate spider at the stick and drip legs down the apple.  Add white chocolate eyes and tie stick with a bow.Spooky Hot Dogs – see downloads for recipe.
Frankenstein Cookies
Sparkling Worm Punch – Crushed ice, One 2 liter bottle of 7up and 1 gallon of apple juice, toss a few gummy worms on topFrankenCookie – See Recipe Downloads for directionsGoggly-eyed Hot Chocolate – Marshmallows with malted milk balls.
Use science beakers as glasses – These are available at some Wal-Marts or the dollar stores or online.Vampire Cookies – 1 pkg (18.25 oz) refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough or your favorite cookie recipe. 1/2 coup prepared vanilla frosting, tinted red. 1 3/4 cups miniature marshmallows. 48 silvered almonds.Blood Dripping Glasses – In a shallow dish that is wider that the rim of your glasses, combine corn syrup and red food coloring. Use a toothpick to mix until the corn syrup is completely red. Dip the rim of each glass into the red corn syrup. Turn each glass upright and let the corn syrup drip down the sides.
Ghoulishly Glowing Cupcakes
Black and Orange Candy BarFreeze ice in a surgical glove and add to your party punch.Ghoulishly Glowing Cupcakes – See recipe downloads.
Orange Party Ideas
Use a pumpkin shell as an ice cooler for drinks.Spider Ice Cubes Get some spiders from the Dollar Store. Wash them thoroughly and place in ice cube trays. Add to drinks.Orange Candy Bar

Blood Fondue

12 oz white chocolate chips
1 cup heavy cream
4 tbl butter
Red food coloring. Combine the heavy cream and butter in a heavy saucepan over medium heat. When warm, add the chocolate chips, stirring constantly until smooth. Add food coloring several drops at a time until fondue becomes blood red.

Blood Chocolate Fondue
Mummy Pops

Mummy Cookie Pops – Just the following ingredients are needed:
Double Stuft Oreos, Popsicle sticks {or sucker sticks}, white chocolate {melted}, mini chocolate chips.

Put the stick into the double stuff creme. Melt chocolate and dip in or spoon chocolate on the cookie. Add chocolate chips for the eyes. Pipe chocolate on the cookies for the bandages. Freeze to harden.

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