This was created 31 Oct 2005 in preparation for my 12 yr old and her friends spending a great spooky evening at my house. Something warm and filling, and somewhat good for them before treat bags were opened. Enjoy!
"The usual gin and tonic gets brushed by a peacock's teal plume, thanks to blue curacao, a bitter-orange liqueur, and green Chartreuse, a French herbal liqueur." -From Martha Stewart Living October 2010
This spicy dip is super easy to make and no one will even guess it contains pumpkin! You can serve it in a hollowed out bread round or miniature pumpkin. Serve with fresh vegetables, crackers or corn chips.
A quick cream cheese salsa dip topped with prepared guacamole decorated with a sour cream spider web. The optional chips are Halloween shapes cut out of tortillas and baked. The prep and cooking time includes the chips. Posted by request.
I love making this drink at parties. At first glance, you might gross your guest out a bit, but once they taste it, they'll ask for it all night. It honestly tastes like a fizzy popsicle in a glass. delicious!