Creepy, but delicious. That is the theme you want for your Halloween party. One of the most funny and interesting holidays is just around the corner, and any day now, we will start preparing for it. That being said, I would like to give you a head start with some delicious recipes for creepy food.
And don’t worry — they are much better than what Raj used for his Halloween party in “The Big Bang Theory.” I will not bore you with just some creative names for simple dishes — these recipes are truly spooky hit. I am sure your guests will love it, no matter their age.
You want your food to be healthy, right? Well, there aren’t many options healthier than spinach. And with that colorful green texture, spinach makes your table that much more visually appealing.
Your guests will be hot after trying this. My advice for you: Do not tell them they are jalapeno peppers until they try it. That is, unless you know some of your friends are not into hot and spicy food. You will love their face expression after being burnt by the hotness of the jalapeno.
3. Zombie Dip
This dip was inspired by “The Walking Dead” show. And while the show might be gross at times, this dip is actually very good, tasty and for everyone’s surprise, sweet. Yes, you read that right — the dip is basically a different take on the red velvet cake. Who thought one of the best cakes could be zombie food?
One of the secrets to a good Halloween party is creative take on simple dishes like mashed potatoes. We have all made mashed potatoes at least once in our life. But when you some olives on a stick, the mashed potato becomes something else.
5. Bloody Bones
As I said, simple dishes make great zombie and Halloween food. Take these cheese-filled breadsticks for example. Serve them without the “blood,” and you have nothing special. See how easy it is to transform them?
The mere thought of serving a skull to your friends is probably hard to swallow. But hey, look at how funny the skull looks. I have seen much creepier skulls in my life, and we all love zombie appetizers.
Finger bread sticks are one of my favorite foods at a Halloween party. Most people avoid them because they are too scared to pull the finger, but I love them. And once you throw some nice sauce in there, you have an absolute winner.