We are Oooo so happy to of caught you in our web! Do enjoy reading because you will be with us for quite some time. We have webish recipes just crawling for you to try. Each of our recipes will have your fanged babies just drowling for another bite. Each deelishious nibble will wrap you right up and shiver the spines of the hardest of those to spook.
You can't have a spider party without a spider dip. Spider Dips are the easiest of foods to make for sure. All you have to do is put your dip in a round flat bowl and squirt the top of it in a web design.
• Salsa - use sour cream or guacamole to draw • Sloppy Joe Dip - use mustard
• Hamburger Dip - use catchup to draw • Spighetti sauce dip - squirt cheese
Yep, spider cupcakes are our favorite too! Every year it's the most requested cupcake that we make for our family and friends. There are many versions of spider cupcakes but we named ours - Wooly Spider Cupcakes. The're so easy to make and they use America's favorite candy for the eyes. Yep you guessed it, M&M's! You get shivers down your spine with these :)
A spider dip bowl is perfect for Halloween parties because spiders are popular simbols for Halloween. Spiders are creepy furry things that most people are scared of. So what could be better for a Halloween party right? Spider dip bowls make a great visual effect for the table and usually end up being the talk of the party.
When we make our spider bread; we fill it with a hot & cheesy fondue recipe since bread & cheese goes so well together. In this photo by TigliWigli, a cold dip is served with carrots- but hot or cold will work great.
Tea eggs (also called marbled eggs at Easter & web eggs at Halloween) have to be one of the best conversation foods that anyone could ever put on a table. In Hong Kong, China and Taiwan they are common fair but in the United States you get a lot of "What is that" comments when you serve this food. You can't get any better than that for a Halloween party.
These Mozzarella Eyeballs go great on a spider theme table for sure. Just call them spider eyes and your guest will love popping each eye in their mouth one by one. Make sure you serve wheat crackers and call them compressed spiderweb crackers.
Kids love to make these easy spider treats made of ritz crackers. In this photo by Tracy & Joe, you can tell they used a cream cheese spread for the filling. You can also use sandwich spreads for the filling as well. There are spread recipes for sweet or savory and both taste fantastic in a ritz cracker.
Note: The legs are made of pretzels.
In this photo by newsomzz, you can see black olives for the spiders body and the herb rosemary for the legs. What an ingenious way to decorate a deviled egg and if you add chicken inside the eggs you have a gourmet treat for sure.
In this photo by cakesbyCaryl, you can see both plain and chocolate sugar cookies were used; one on top of the other. Every Holiday includes cookies and all little Goblins love making and baking Halloween cookies! If your a parent with kids under the age of 12, then you can relate to the popularity of cookies during the Holiday Season. Cookie decorating is a traditional activity
Oh My Gosh! Are you brave enough to try the real thing? What a scream it would be to have real fried spiders on your Halloween table. And just think.... some people actually do. "In the Cambodian town of Skuon, locals eat fried spiders as an everyday snack. The taste has been described rather like a cross between chicken and cod", with a contrast in texture from a crispy exterior...