Dragonfly Treasure: Fun Halloween Recipes
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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Fun Halloween Recipes


                            Have fun with these easy, yet spooky recipes!!


Brain Cell Delight

1 (6 oz) box Blueberry Jello Mix...1 (16 oz) carton Small Curd Cottage Cheese...1 (16 1/2 oz) can Blueberries in Syrup
Prepare jello according to package directions. Chill until firm. Scoop cottage cheese into a bowl. Drain and set aside syrup from blueberries. Add the berries to the cottage cheese and mix well. Add food coloring to turn the cottage cheese a nice grayish when blended. To serve put a couple of spoonfuls of jello (congealed brain fluid) on a plate, some of the syrup on that, and a scoop of cottage cheese and the blueberry mix (gray matter) on top.   Serves 6.

 Blackheads and Scabs

2 cups of each, raisins and dried cranberries
Mix all together and place in a snack bowl with a label that reads
 "Blackheads and Scabs".        
YUK! But Yummy!

Slime Juice

6 oz pkg. blue Kool-Aid...6 oz can Orange Juice concentrate with pulp...1 gallon water
Mix all the ingredients together. Delicious green slime drink.

Nuclear Waste Punch

1 quart Pineapple Juice...1 quart Mountain Dew...5 scoops lemon or lime sherbert
Chill all ingredients. Gently stir together soda and juice. Add sherbert right before guests arrive.

Maggot Stew

1 cup orzo pasta per 6 servings of stew.
Cook orzo pasta per package directions. When your favorite stew is ready, stir in the orzo pasta just before turning the heat off.  Be prepared...it really looks like maggots are in your stew!

Witch's Warts

1/2 package White melting chocolate...1 package Raisins...Green food coloring...Wax paper
Melt white chocolate in double boiler. Add 5 drops food coloring, mix well. Dip each raisin in the chocolate and place on wax paper to cool.  I've found it easier to put a few raisins in at a time and take each one out at  a time with a spoon.

Monster Toes

Biscuit dough... Cocktail franks...Green Food coloring...Honey Mustard...Black Olives
If you make your own biscuit dough, add 5 drops of food coloring to your batter before you knead it and roll it out. If you buy ready made brush it with green food coloring after the toes are made. Roll out your dough. Spread mustard on the dough. Cut pieces big enough for one cocktail frank. Roll it and seal shut. Cut a black olive in half. Push one half into the dough at the edge of the cocktail frank. This is the toe nail. Place all of the toes on the cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

Have fun!

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