We don't always get excited about cooking and baking, but when it's Halloween party food, we are into it. We live for a theme, so we especially love food that is basically in costume. It's an indisputable fact that when a meal is either cute or scary, it tastes better. We still prefer the chicken nuggets shaped like dinosaurs, why do you ask?
Chex Mix is already a party fave, but getting to smear it all with chocolate and peanut butter? Now that's an party.
All you need for this Halloween bark recipe is some leftover candy and lots of chocolate. Perfect excuse to pretend you're not home on Halloween and hoard all the candy for yourself.
"Salad" may be a sssstretch here, as it's really only cucumber. But sssserve this sssserpent on a bed of lettuce, and we'll allow it.
Don't mind us, we're just changing into our flowy maxi dress and layering with a crocheted shawl before cutting into this fairy tale of a focaccia. And we lived happily ever after. Until the mushroom skull hit.
We get a kick out of Halloween food that looks gross but is deceptively delicious. Especially since we don't have to battle the other party guests for a bite.