Throw a good Halloween party with cute and creepy treats, fun snacks, pumpkin desserts and main dishes, and favorite Halloween recipes
Meatball Creepy Crawlers
1 (12 ounce) can Pillsbury Golden Layers refrigerated flaky original biscuits
20 frozen cooked meatballs
1?4 cup shoestring potatoes (from a can) or 1/4 cup chow mein noodles
Preheat oven to 375°F Spray a large baking sheet with cooking spray.
Separate the dough into 10 biscuits. Separate each biscuit into 2 layers.
Wrap each meatball with a layer of dough to make a ball, pinching the edges to seal. (place the pinched edges on the bottom.).
To make a creepy crawler, line up 10 dough covered meatballs in a squiggle pattern. Poke the shoestring potatoes (I used the chow mein noodles) in both sides of each ball to make the legs, and two poked into the top of the "head" for antennae.
Bake 13 to 16 minutes or until golden brown.
Make a face out of olive slices.
Place olive slices, pickle slices, carrot slices, or whatever at random points along the creepy crawler for interest.
Serve the creepy crawlers with ketchup, mustard, or whatever you might like.
Halloween Carrot Fingers
1 cup cream cheese dip
4 long carrots
1 medium carrot
5 sliced almonds
Fill a serving bowl with the cream cheese dip.
Wash and peel 4 long carrots for fingers and 1 medium carrot for a thumb.
With a paring knife, cut a flat, shallow notch in the tip of each carrot.
Then use a dab of dip or softened cream cheese to glue a sliced-almond fingernail atop each notch.
Stick the fingers in the dip and serve with baby carrotsor crackers for dipping.