Turn A Pumpkin Into A Keg
Carving a pumpkins is cool… but we have a suggestion for a much better way to use your pumpkins: turn them into kegs and fill it with beer (or a tipple of your choice).
Make Drinks with Dry Ice
Up the spook factor on your potions cocktails by adding dry ice. (Just make sure your guests don’t actually drink the ice and use tongs while handling it, so you don’t get frostbite.)
Make Glowing Jelly Shots
The party doesn’t start until the shots come out, and nothing gives off that eerie vibe like Jelly shots that glow.
Some white icing/frosting and a toothpick are all you need to turn a cake or gooey brownie into a halloween inspired treat.
If there’s one ingredient you should have on hand at all times, it’s puff pastry. Use pastry strips to turn your basic baked brie into a totally spooky mummy that’s creepy enough for the holiday, but still totally delicious.
Store Sweets and Treats in Chocolate Cups
Make trick or treating a little more interesting, make edible bowls out of chocolate. Because there’s no such thing as too many sweets on Halloween.
Turn Your Apples into Shrunken Heads
Cleverly carved apples are the easiest way to spook up a plain bowl of cider or punch.
Serve Dessert (or cheese) In Pumpkins
You didn’t really want to wash dishes at your party, did you?