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Dead Head Cheeseball!
In honor of all the Halloween Recipes, this page is dedicated to Spooky foods that are molded.

Let's eat a human head for lunch ok!
The photo above provided by Dot D is a great example of how visually pleasing it is to have a DEAD HEAD with crackers on your table.
Yes this is one yukkie idea that get's a lot of "Ohhh myyy gosh" responses from everyone. You don't find this delicacy at very many Halloween parties because at first glace it looks like it would be hard to make, but it's not. I think the hardest part of it all is finding the molds for the face. This page will give you some great tips for making your own head to eat and helpful links too. Don't forget: put the "Brain Dip" right beside it ok! You can't serve a Dead Head without brains on the side.

When we make this for our Halloween parties, we put a little sign that says "Dead Head." The name itself gets a lot of laughs.


Note: Also pictured in the photo at the top of the page is
Peanut Butter Truffle Eyeballs which is also called White Chocolate Eyeballs in some recipes. You can find the recipe here.

Complete instructions found at:
great photos provided by: Dot D from flickrlicense


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How to get started filling your mold: To get that "Flayed Skin look" all you have to do is layer small thin pieces or strips of ham or proscito inside the mold and press down. Most recipes will suggest that you rub a small amount of oil on the mold before you start adding your stips of meat flesh.
Face forms and molds: They can be hard to find but you can find them at craft stores for plaster molding, art stores for face molds/ mask making or at cooking stores used for melted chocolate forms. I even used a plastic Halloween mask one year when I couldn't find my molds. Any of these will work as long as its plastic so your food will pop out easily. Wash really good! Or line with plasticwrap
Face Form Pack
Pick your Cheese Ball Recipe: The great folks at DabbledD sometime use 4 or so cups of shredded cheese, 16 oz cream cheese, cajun spices, and some extra finely chopped proscuitto. I think it's great to use a recipe that has meat in the mix. After all it is a meat head!
SHOP for Halloween Food Molds!
This great photos provided by: Dot D from flickrlicense