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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Fun, Easy, and Kid-Friendly Halloween Food | part two

In case you didn't find enough Halloween foods here yesterday, I am back with a few more creative Halloween party food ideas!

Candy Corn Jello Cups
Candy Corn Jello cups are perfect Halloween Party food!
Next, Whip up some candy corn jello cups! Simple mix yellow jello and pour it into individual cups and allow it to set up overnight. Then, mix together orange jello and pour it over the top. Return it to the fridge and allow it several hours to set up. Before serving, give them a dollop of whip cream and a candy corn garnish.

Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups
Pumpkin Patch pudding cups are a cute addition to any Halloween Party!

Here is a fun and festive twist on dirt pudding cups. 
You will need:
one family size box of Chocolate Instant Pudding
2 1/2 c. milk
Oreos, crushed
chocolate covered raisins
mallow creme pumpkins
Mix 2 1/2 cups milk with pudding mix, whisking until firm.  Fill each individual cup with pudding, cover, and chill for at least 30 minutes. Just before serving, top with crushed Oreo cookies, raisins, and pumpkin candies. For a fun variation, instead of pumpkins, you could use gummy worms.

Monster Dipped Berries

Adding food coloring and eyeball sprinkles to your dipped berries is a fun way to make them a little more festive for your Halloween shindig.
Chocolate covered strawberries are so fancy and so easy to make. We dipped these in vanilla candy coating we dyed purple and then added Wilton's candy eyes. By waiting until the chocolate started to cool a little before dipping, we were able to give our wonky strawberries a lumpy monster look.

Graveyard Brownies
Graveyard brownies are quick and easy and look so cute for Halloween!

Another cute and oh, so easy dessert idea for your Halloween party is this graveyard brownies recipe. I baked up a box of Duncan Hines fudge brownie mix according to the directions on the box. Then I cut the bottom 1/4 off a Pepperidge Farm Milano cookie. Using Wilton's writing icing, I decorated the brownie with grass and wrote RIP on the headstone. Put a few mallowcreme pumpkin candies on, and you're done. Easy-peasy!

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