Halloween Party Menu: Phase 2

Hey ya’ll,

Halloween is less than two weeks away! Do you know what’s going to be on your party’s menu? If not, today I’m featuring some Halloween food ideas sure to inspire a delicious menu.

Have you heard of AllYou.com? It’s a great resource for food inspiration! Here are a few of my favorite party-friendly recipes being featured for Halloween:

Olive Spiders

Mesclun Meanies

Ghostly Pizza

Jack-o-lantern Quesadillas

I also found a gorgeous recipe for saffron pumpkin soup served in mini pumpkin bowls, HERE on PhamFatale.com.

For dessert, I found an excellent how-to for spider cakes at NotMartha.com. This is what the finished products look like:Tip: Freak your guests out with fun festive touches! Check out these cool skeleton-arm serving tongs from World Market:
Now, let’s talk drinks! Does your menu include some form of alcoholic or non-alcoholic punch?
This floating Medusa ice formation is a seriously spooky addition to any punch bowl. Click HERE for how-to instructions from MarthaStewart.com.

For fantastic specialty drink recipes, here are a few sites worth browsing:

Yikes, I don’t know about you, but this post has me drooling! Be sure to let me know what you’re planning to serve at your extraordinary Halloween experience in the comment section below.
-Brian

P.S. Check back tomorrow for sweet tips from my friend the “Candy Girl” on how to create a beautiful candy buffet for your party!

3 thoughts on “Halloween Party Menu: Phase 2

  1. yes… I’m reading this and also 300+ ppl from pinterest that have re-pined/liked from me sharing this so thank you very much 🙂

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