Treats To Be The Halloween “Host With The Most”!
Anyone can throw a Halloween party, but these Halloween treats will make it a Spook Fest above the rest!
Apart from boiling the eggs, this Halloween treat is ready in no-time with minimal ingredients! Just mix the yolks with some dijon mustard, mayo and spices and you’ve got a deliciously pumpkin colored mix that’s full of flavor. Just pipe the mix into your eggs and voila! An adorable Halloween Party appetizer!
If you love pigs in a blanket, these mummy dogs are a bigger, spookier version! Made with just 2 ingredients (hot dogs and crescent roll dough), this delicious recipe is ready in under 30 minutes, plus the kids can help wrap up the “mummies”! Drizzle with ketchup for added “BOO!”
Don’t get us wrong, eating more sweets than we should is our favorite part of Halloween – but for a healthy break from all that sugar, these roasted veggies are a home run. With a little careful knivework, make sweet potato jack-o-lanterns, beetroot witch’s hats and spooky potato ghosts a ghoulicious addition to any dinner!
We all know homemade mac & cheese is the best, but this spooktacular version takes it to the next level! Made with delicious white cheddar, paprika, onion powder, mustard powder, cayenne, spinach and even cauliflower, just a little green food coloring takes it from amazing mac to surprising in an instant.
Meatballs are always ideal for a party, but it’s so easy to spook-ify them to make the perfect Halloween party platter! Made with Nicky’s own meatball and spaghetti sauce recipes, the kicker in these subs is the dyed-green spaghetti! Done by soaking the pasta in water with some green food coloring gel, the finished product is bright green strands that taste delicious while looking dastardly!
A crunchy chocolate almond crust and smooth, creamy cheesecake filling make this recipe a delicious dessert for any occasion, but it’s the chocolate spider web that makes it a Halloween home run! From the tart crust to the cheesecake filling. this recipe is made with love entirely from scratch. Tricky as it may be, melted chocolate – not icing – is used for the web and spider. We suggest practicing on some paper first!
Do you have a favorite Halloween treat? We’re DIE-ing to see it! Tag us with #BestMarket!
October 23, 2018