Halloween Projects: Frightful Foods – Recipes for Treats

October is the month for spooky tricks and tasty treats. To enhance your fall celebration this article will provide many cool treats for your family to enjoy. Halloween isn’t all about decorations to see but also about the decorations that you can eat. Have a great time with these Halloween delights.

How to Make Frightful Foods: Halloween Tip #1

Popcorn Balls:
� Bag of un popped popcorn
� 1 bag of marshmallows (10oz.)
� 3tbsp. butter or margarine
âÂ?¢ 1 bag of Halloween candies (M&M’s, candy corn, etc.)

Air pop popcorn in microwave using a plain brown paper bag (lunch bag size). Melt bag of marshmallows and 3 tbsp. of butter/margarine. Mix in candy, popcorn and marshmallows carefully and form into medium size balls.

Italian Popcorn:
� 8 cups popped popcorn
� 2 tablespoons parmesan cheese (grated)
â�¢ �½ teaspoon garlic salt
� 1 teaspoon parsley
� 3 tablespoons butter
â�¢ 1 �¼ Italian seasoning

Melt butter in a sauce pan, and add parmesan, Italian seasoning, garlic salt and parsley. Place popcorn in a large bowl and evenly drizzle Italian mixture over popcorn and gently coat.

Chocolate & Peanut Popcorn
� 2 teaspoons vanilla
� 10 cups of popped popcorn
â�¢ �¼ cup butter
� 2/3 cup light colored corn syrup
� Non-stick cooing spray
� 14 serving size package of instant chocolate pudding mix
� 1 cup peanuts

Spray a 17x12X2-inch pan with cooking spray. Place popcorn and peanuts in pan and keep warm in oven at 300 degrees. In a saucepan melt butter. Remove and add corn syrup, vanilla, and pudding mix. Pour the syrup over popcorn and peanuts and leave in oven for 15 at 300 degrees stirring once half way through cooking time.

How to Make Frightful Foods: Halloween Tip # 2

Jack-O-Lantern Orange Punch
(Makes 32 6-ounce servings)
� 1 12-ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (thawed)
� Orange sherbet
� Orange food coloring
� 1 14-ounce can sweetened condensed milk
� 2 1-liter bottles of chilled club soda or ginger ale

In a large punch bowl combine milk, orange juice, and a drop of food coloring and add soda. Top with scoop of orange sherbet. SERVE IMMEDIATELY.

Ghoulish Hot Coca
(Makes 6-ounce servings)
� Marshmallow ghosts
� 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg
� 1 teaspoon vanilla
� 1 medium orange
� 2/3 cup vanilla flavored baking pieces or vanilla flavored candy coating.
� 1 teaspoon vanilla
� 3 cups whole milk
� Whipped cream

Remove peel from of orange and set aside. In a sauce pan combine �¼ cup of milk, vanilla flavored baking pieces, orange peel, and nutmegâ�¦whisk until baking pieces are melted . Remove orange peel. Whisk in the rest of the milk and heat through. Remove form heat and add vanilla. Serve warm and add a ghost and a dollop of whipped cream.

How to Make Frightful Foods: Halloween Tip # 3

Gooey Ghosts
(Makes appx. 9-12 ghosts)
â�¢ �¼ cup margarine or butter
� 6 cups crisp rice cereal
� Red hots
� Chocolate sprinkles
� 1 10-ounce bag of marshmallows
� 12 ounces vanilla flavored candy coating (melted)

In a large pot mix marshmallows, and butter. Mix until melted. Slowly stir in cereal and combine well. Use �½ to 1 cup of the cereal blend to make each ghost with a flat bottom to stand on its own. Set aside and cool. Finally dip each ghost into melted candy coating. Use red hots for eyes and mouth and use chocolate sprinkles for eyebrows.

Creepy Cauldrons
� 1 bag of chocolate chips
� Marshmallow cream
� Gummy worms
� Non-Stick spray

In a double boiler melt chocolate chips. Lightly coat muffin pan with non-stick spray and pour in melted chocolate **JUST ENOUGH TO COVER BOTTOM AND SIDES** with a wooden spoon spread the melted mixture up toward the top of the muffin tin to make a “cup”. When chocolate is cool, add a dollop of marshmallow cream. Stick in gummy worms.

Pumpkin Candies
� Orange slice shaped jelly candies
� Small green gumdrops

Slice orange candies to make them have straight sides. Press the tow sticky side together. (This should make a pumpkin shape). Cut a small piece form the bottom of a green gum drop and press on top of the “pumpkin”

How to Make Frightful Foods: Happy Halloween
In conclusion, I hope that all of you love these wonderfully frightful tasty treats. Halloween wouldn’t be right without them.

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