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Fun Outdoor Halloween Party Menu Ideas

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Halloween is just a few weeks away and if you haven’t started planning your party yet, here are a few great menu ideas to get you started!

Halloween Pumpkin Soup

Thick and filling, this pumpkin soup is made with pumpkin flesh, onions, olive oil, ginger root, salt, black pepper, nutmeg, red chili, garlic, chicken or vegetable stock, parsley and chives.

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Dead Man’s Finger Sandwiches

A great appetizer, these small finger sandwiches are the perfect combination of spooky and delicious. The ingredients include white bread, margarine, cream cheese (or peanut butter), almonds, and strawberry jam.

Begin by gently flattening the slices of bread with a rolling pen and then spread with margarine and cream cheese (or peanut butter). Roll up the bread and use a blunt knife to make three indentations for the finger joints. Trim the ends of the fingers into a “V” shape and place an almond on each tip with some cream cheese to form the nails. Then, add a teaspoon of strawberry jam over the end of the finger.

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Spooky Eyeball Tacos

Taco fans, rejoice! This Halloween recipe is for you. You’ll need one pound ground beer, one package of taco seasoning mix, 12 taco shells, ¾ cup salsa, ¾ cup sour cream, one tomato, one small head of lettuce, one can of large black olives, and one cup of Mexican blend cheese.

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Spider Deviled Eggs

These aren’t your typical deviled eggs! Black olives are used to create creeping spiders that add a touch of spookiness. You’ll need 12 black olives, six hard-boiled eggs, three tablespoons of mayonnaise, ½ teaspoon of ground mustard, ⅛ teaspoon of salt, and ⅛ teaspoon of pepper.

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Yoda Soda

No need to wait for Halloween to enjoy this Star Wars-themed soda. The ingredients list calls for three limes, three tablespoons of sugar, one cup sparkling water, and one scoop of lime sherbet or lime sorbet.

Start by juicing the limes until you have ¼ cup of lime juice and then add sugar. Stir until dissolved and add sparkling water. Place a scoop of sherbet in a tall glass and pour the lime mixture over it.

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