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Thread: need idea for potluck

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    Super Member sdeaaz's Avatar
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    Does anyone have a fun Halloween recipe for an office potluck.? Pumpkin bars are what I have now, but would like something that looks like a halloween dish... thx. Quilter 1234

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    there is all ways the " kitty litter" cake..... it's good.. once u get past the visual... lOL
    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/kitty-l...ke/detail.aspx

    I never used the scoop " prop" but I had a big ( almost ktten sized) stuffed black cat that had his back all arched up for halloween.... that withthe cake/pan made it look like he was taking care of business.....

    If u dont have too many to make.....
    I used to do spiders... I used ding dongs ( unwrapped ) apply pipecleaners bent into legs and them place BIG googly eyes on top......

    geez i'm sick,,,,, huh????

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    Make your favorite cheese ball. Cut green olives into rounds and put all over the cheese ball; looks like a giant eye. I have a friend who makes this all the time and it is everyones favorite.

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    Make your favorite cheese ball. Cut green olives with pimento into rounds and put all over the cheese ball; looks like a giant eye. I have a friend who makes this all the time and it is everyones favorite.

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    you can do Zombie Brains. it's pasta salad. :)

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    make chex mix and hide a plastic eye ball in it!

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    Love this simple veggie platter: http://www.tasteofhome.com/Simple---...Halloween-Food

    These witch fingers are interesting: http://en.petitchef.com/recipes/hall...ers-fid-499173 Make them easier with sugar cookie dough found in the dairy section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluteddi
    there is all ways the " kitty litter" cake..... it's good.. once u get past the visual... lOL
    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/kitty-l...ke/detail.aspx

    I never used the scoop " prop" but I had a big ( almost ktten sized) stuffed black cat that had his back all arched up for halloween.... that withthe cake/pan made it look like he was taking care of business.....

    If u dont have too many to make.....
    I used to do spiders... I used ding dongs ( unwrapped ) apply pipecleaners bent into legs and them place BIG googly eyes on top......

    geez i'm sick,,,,, huh????
    I did the kitty litter cake for the first time I met my late DH's family. It was a big hit.

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    thanks to all. great ideas... .Quilter 1234

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    I have made "bloody fingers", its' just long thin strips of chicken that you bread and dip the tips into bbq sauce or catsup!

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