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Deliciously Spooky Halloween Party Snacks

Published by Bradly Trimm

Halloween party snacks are sure to make your Halloween party into a hauntingly good time!

Witch’s Hat Quesadillas

You will need:

  • 8 round flour tortillas
  • 2 cups of Mexican blend shredded cheese
  • 1 cup of cooked chicken, finely chopped
  • 1 cup of sautéed peppers and onions, finely chopped
  • Guacamole
  • Sour Cream
  • Tomato-based salsa
  • Salsa Verde

Instructions:
Preheat a non-stick skillet on medium, coat with cooking spray, and place 1 tortilla in it. Scatter ½ cup of cheese, ¼ cup of chicken, and ¼ cup of peppers and onions on top. Place a second tortilla on top and press down to flatten. When bottom tortilla is lightly browned, flip the quesadilla to brown the other side. Heat until filling is melted. Repeat with remaining ingredients.

Cut quesadillas into 6-8 triangles each. Using a pastry bag, pipe a band of guacamole across the lower, thicker end of each triangle to look like a hat band. Pipe a dollop of sour cream in the middle of the band for a “buckle.” Serve with Witch’s Blood (tomato salsa) and Goblin Goo (salsa verde) for dipping.

Popcorn Pumpkins

You will need:

  • Popcorn balls (store-bought or homemade), 1 for each person
  • Orange-colored icing
  • Green gumdrops or Dots candy
  • Black-colored icing (optional)

Instructions:
Cut a small slice off of the bottom of each popcorn ball so that they won’t roll. Fill a pastry bag with the orange icing and pipe vertical lines down all sides of the ball. Pipe a dollop of orange icing at the top of the ball where the lines meet and stick a green gumdrop or Dot on top. Let the icing dry and serve on a festive platter.

Option: Turn these into Jack-o-lantern balls by piping faces on each pumpkin with the black icing.

Double-Decker Spider Cookies

You will need:

  • Chocolate sandwich cookies
  • Dark Chocolate or black icing
  • Black licorice twists
  • Cinnamon red-hot candies

Instructions:
Cut each licorice twist in half vertically and then into thirds. Place a dollop of icing on top of a sandwich cookie and place 4 licorice pieces sticking out of each side of the cookie (8 total). Place another cookie on top and press lightly to make sure icing sticks and keeps licorice “legs” in place. Place 2 dots of icing on the front of the top cookie and put a cinnamon candy on each one for the eyes. Let icing set up and serve.

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