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Halloween Treats

By Dave Fooder Published 02/7/2007 | Food & Drink

You have to be prepared always for the Halloween nights. You may never know when the kiddies of your neighborhood ring the bell and shouts trick or treat. You can create the spooky ambience by using sound effects and fog machines. But the ultimate effects can be brought by the delicious Halloween dishes that look spooky just match the note of the Halloween. As 31st is in the apple harvesting season, different apple dishes are made like candy apples. But after some people started passing pins and razor blades in apple candy, it became less popular. There are some dishes like the following that look so weird, but they carry the essence of the occasion of Halloween. These dishes are given such names that you can identify them within moments as the part of Halloween recipes. Some of them are awful arachnids, eerie eyeballs, freaky witches' fingers, brittle merangue bones, savory brain shrimp spread, thick sugar cookies, professional butter cream frosting, pumpkin pie, salami and cream cheese wraps and jack o'lantern cheese and crackers. Now, they get such a look that perhaps any other time of the year you will not go for them. 

Some more dishes in the Halloween recipe list are tricky crab triangles, spooky sandwiches, creepy crispy crunchies, deviled eggs, decayed corpse chips with entrail salsa, spicy bat wings dried cherry scabs, tooth decay fodder, oddly orange oreos, witches brew (for the alcoholic) and blooding human heart. Some of them are really easy to cook. But some others may not be that easy. But once you put any of them in your treat, the success would be beyond imagination. For the recipes, you do not have to try very hard. Browse the Internet and you can find our site. We are ready with every recipe just to help you to make your Halloween party a success. If it is a party for your kids you have kids special recipes to select from. And if you are throwing party for your friend, we have the solutions too.

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