Dirt Pie On Halloween
Dirt pie is just so chocolaty its so good. I had it on Halloween last year and it was the perfect dessert for that night. We ended the night with tons of games and laughter it was great
. 1 cup cold milk
1 pkg (4 oz. serving) Chocolate flavor Instant Pudding
1 (8 oz) container Cool Whip
20 chocolate sandwich cookies, crushed
1-1/2 cups "rocks"*
1 graham cracker pie crust
* Rocks = Granola chunks, chocolate chips, peanut butter chips,
chopped peanuts, or any combination thereof
Pour milk into medium bowl. Add pudding mix. Beat with wire whisk until well blended. Let stand 5 mins. Fold in whipped topping. Stir 1 cup of the cookies and "rocks" into pudding mix. Spoon into pie crust. sprinkle with remaining cookies. Freeze until firm, about 4 hours.
Make dirt pie on that next birthday party and see how all your friends and family get amazed by its flavor. Its rich chocolate flavor is the best ever.
Delicious recipes taste yummy with Halloween party supplies to surround the party mood with the theme. Add some spice on this ghostly celebration with aHanukkah recipe for an scary party theme. Have delicious food at an event and always give guests a few healthy alternatives to high fat, high calorie foods. OK, it may not be the most fun part of an occasion, but clean, clean, clean everything especially the powder room. Have delicious food at an event and always give guests a few healthy alternatives to high fat, high calorie foods.
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Keep the guests moving, laughing, and entertained
with these Halloween Party Tips. Try
creating a menu to
match the celebration.
Celebrating Halloween has changed over the years. It used to be a holiday to celebrate the dead, now we have created a wonderful holiday to dress up and party. Here are some tips to keep your guests fed, watered and well and truly happy:
Top items you may find at a party include eyeball punch, bobbing for apples, caramel apples, Chex mix, Brittle Meringue bones, cupcake spiders, and even eyeball soup. More Halloween ideas are at Halloween Party Fun
For the cupcake spiders you need to create cupcakes. They can be different types of cupcakes from chocolate, white, lemon, or rainbow cake. You may choose to create orange icing or you could go with a traditional body with black icing. Icing may even have stripes to show off the different types of poisonous spiders. For legs you will need black licorice. Cinnamon candies work well for the eyes and candy corn works well for the spider’s fangs.
Eyeball soup is just as easy to create for older children. All you need is any type of soup – chicken noodle soup or tomato soup is often popular with children. Then you place fake eyeballs in the dish to help gross out your guests. Eyeball punch is pretty much the same as the soup idea. You take a punch, typically sprite with cranberry juice, and place plastic eyeballs in the punch bowl so they float around to surprise the guests.
Other Halloween menu ideas include graveyard cupcakes, black cat cookies, jack-o-lantern burgers, and green grog. There are lots of frightful things you can serve up at your Halloween party to delight and frighten your young guests, and you can really have fun with it. After all, Halloween really is an occasion where having fun is the most important thing! By just adding even one simple food item to the menu will help create a complete Halloween event mood.
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label cards to that go with the festivities. Use at
the buffet to label the dishes or place on the dinner table
for assigned seating.
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PASS IT ON: Sit close together in two lines facing the same direction. The person in the front of each line rolls a die. When one of them gets a six, both of them pass a small object (a jack, a ball, a bracelet) to the person behind them who passes it on until it reaches the end. When it gets to the last person, that person must get up and race to the front of the line with the object and sit down. The person who sits down first, gets to sit in the front of the line. The person who was second to sit down, goes back to his or her spot. Whichever line rotates from back to front first, wins. More Halloween party games to keep the laughter rolling. Lots more Halloween celebration thoughts here
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