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October 12, 2007
Trick or Treat?
By Bethany Booth
Trick or Treat? Here are a few Halloween snacks that are a little of both, and fun for the whole family.
Spider Bite Bagels
These tasty little spiders are perfect snacks for your Halloween Party or fun packed in a lunch box.
mini honey whole wheat bagels
cream cheese (any flavor)
sliced olives or raisins (for eyes)
Slice bagels in half.
Spread a layer of cream cheese on each bagel half.
Place 8 pretzels (legs) so that there are 4 on each side sticking half-way out of the cream cheese
Put the other half of the bagel on top
Dab two raisins or olive slices with cream cheese and stick them on top of the bagel for eyes
Ice cube tray
cranberry juice or just red food coloring
Fill ice tray half way with water
Set in freezer until partially frozen
Place a purple grape in the center of each ice cube
add a few drops of cranberry juice/red food coloring (you want streaks of red to make a bloodshot eyeball so do not stir the red in)
Freeze until solid
Add to Green Sour Slime or your favorite witch’s brew
one latex glove, clean and washed
water and food coloring or juice (depending on the color and flavor you want)
Fill glove with colored water or juice (you can also stir in raspberries for a “bloody” frozen hand)
Freeze until solid (usually needs to freeze overnight to be solid)
Place hand upright coming out of your Halloween punch or Green Sour Slime.
Note: Be sure that your guests are not allergic to latex before you serve them punch.