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Plan out some easy Halloween Treats plus these great Mummy Dogs for your next Halloween Party!
This is likely one of my most favorite times of the year. The weather is absolutely perfect and the festivities, are endless! I love hosting parties during the Halloween season too.
Last year, we had a pretty big Halloween party and even had a hayride for the kids.
How do you create a Spooky Snacks Halloween Party?
That was such a hit! We got a little overly busy this year, so we had to skip the hayride, but the parties are still fun to setup especially when they include Snack Pack Pudding Cups.
I have found that Snack Pack Pudding Cups are perfect for kids and adults both, plus the toppings that you can mix into them are plenty.
We opted to highlight a spooky Halloween party complete with a tray of mix-ins for our Snack Pack Pudding Cups.
I wanted this to be a Halloween theme table, so I used an orange tablecloth along with spider webs to create my table. I decided to use a hay bail to give it some height and then placed the cake on top.
How do you make a Spider Cake for Halloween?
I purchased a pre-made white cake and added all the spiders crawling over it.
I thought this turned out so perfect for our Halloween theme and it was so simple to create.
I found these adorable little straws at Walmart that had Halloween sayings on them, which were perfect to add to each little pudding cup.
We had everything from ‘Spider Legs’ to ‘Witches Brew’ and the kids and adults both loved them.
All of our mix-ins were a hit as well, we added candies, OREOS, HONEY MAID Graham Crackers, Nilla Wafers, and Reddi-Wip to the middle.
Make a Witches Brew with Crunch n Munch:
Then, I added a witches brew bucket full of Crunch n Munch. Have you ever had Crunch n Munch? It’s addictive!
How do you make Mummy Dogs?
One of my favorite Halloween items to make is these little Mummy Dogs.
My kids go crazy over these every year. I love adding them to their lunches because they are so fun and festive. I’m even adding the recipe here too so you can make them for your kids.
Trust me, they will love them. Suddenly you will be the parent of the year.
Along with all the food, we had festive pumpkins and little candles to add to the Halloween decor. We ate and had fun with our mix-ins and enjoyed the kids dressing up as well.
I picked up all these great things at Walmart!
Are you ready for Halloween? Be sure to add these Spooky Snack Pack Pudding Cups to your list and of course the mummy dogs too!
- 1 Package of Crescent Rolls
- 1 8 Pack of Hot Dogs
- Candy Eyes
- Preheat the oven to 375*.
- Unroll the crescent roll dough, then cut it in long strips.
- Roll the strips in various designs over the hot dogs, leave a little opening where you plan to place the eyes.
- Place them on a greased cookie sheet and bake for about 10-12 minutes or until the dough is nicely browned.
- Once they are cooled slightly, add mustard to the top portion and then stick the candy eyes to the mustard to create the eyes.