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Four Spooky Snack Recipes for Your Halloween Festivities

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by Chelsea Moran
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1. Mad Scientist Punch

  • Take a giant bowl or cylinder vase and fill it with your choice of juice. My choice was apple cinnamon juice mixed with lime juice and club soda.
  • Next, take a block of dry ice, you can get this at HEB, and drop it in. Your punch should start bubbling and fogging.
  • WARNING: You should never let dry ice come into direct contact with your skin. Make sure to use a ladle when serving the drinks and be careful not to accidently ladle the dry ice into someone’s drink. If dry ice is consumed seek medical attention immediately.

 

2. Rotten Brain

  • Boil the amount of water your box of jello calls for.
  • Once you water has boiled, let cool for a minute and add your jello mix. Also add one packet of of pure gelatin for every box of jello you make.
  • Pour your mixture into a plastic brain mold, which you can find at the local dollar store.
  • For the rotten effect, add gummy worms into the mix, give it a stir and let chill in the fridge.

 

3. Witches Brooms

  • Unwrap a bag full of Reese’s peanut butter cups and set them upside down
  • Proceed to take one pretzel stick and gently put it in the center of the Reese’s cup.

 

4. Ghost Cupcakes

  • For this you can buy a box of cupcake mix and make your own, but to make things easier I suggest buying a box of mini cupcakes with white piped icing.
  • Once you have your cupcakes place black icing in a piping bag. (You can also use a plastic ziplock bag and cut a small hole at the tip)
  • Draw ghost faces onto the cupcakes by making little dots for the eyes and a larger dot for the mouth.

 

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