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Pumpkin Cake O' LanternPumpkins are perfect for Halloween. Pumpkin cakes...well, even more perfect. If you need a good Halloween cake recipe, consider the Pumpkin Cake O' Lantern. This pumpkin cake is made using two Bundt spice cakes, colored sugar, chocolate chips and other sweet goodies. It does take a bit more time than some of the other Halloween recipe options I've listed, but this cake could well be the centerpiece of your entire Halloween food table!
To see the entire recipe, including some variations, click here.
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Spider Dip BowlIf you're going for an all-out Halloween food spread at a party, a Spider Dip Bowl will look awesome as a centerpiece. The recipe is a bit more elaborate than, say, arranging carrots to look like a pumpkin, but it's a cool idea that will surely get attention.
To make a Spider Dip Bowl, you'll use (thawed) frozen bread dough, using pieces of the dough as strips to make spider legs. Give yourself a couple of days for this one - because it'll take several hours (overnight) for the bread to thaw enough.
To see the detailed instructions, click here. And don't forget to buy the dip! You can use nacho cheese, onion dip, ranch dip, or really any other kind of dip you like.
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Pumpkin Veggie TrayOkay, so not everyone likes sweets. Want a quick and easy healthy Halloween recipe idea? Go with the pumpkin veggie tray. This recipe actually doesn't involve ANY cooking. No, you just arrange little baby carrots in the shape of a pumpkin, insert various dips for the eyes and nose and use cucumber slices for the mouth!
To see this ridiculously simple, but really creative, Halloween recipe idea, click here.
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Pumpkin Cheesecake PieHalloween recipes often include pumpkin and really, pumpkin cheesecake? Sublime! For a twist on this favorite, try making a pumpkin cheesecake pie. The ingredients are pretty easy to get - the only trick will be making the cheesecake pie into a spider web design. Practice makes perfect - so if you mess up one pie, have enough to make a second (and while you're perfecting, you can consume that first pie).
For the entire recipe, click here.
This pie really looks gorgeous and, as with almost all of these recipes, you can dress it up with some plastic spiders or other spooky Halloween decorations. A nice gothic candelabra might look nifty too!
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Black Halloween PunchIf you're totally short on time and you absolutely need a super-fast Halloween punch, try a Black Halloween Punch recipe. It takes just minutes to whip up a batch of refreshing punch, using a combination of unsweetened grape and orange soft drink mixes.
If you have time, you can also make a pretty creepy looking frozen hand as a decoration, using just a disposable glove!
To see the entire recipe for Black Halloween Punch, click here.
*Note: If you can, try to get some dry ice to use around your punch bowl. The smoky effect is perfect for parties!
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