Spooky Snacks Halloween Party with Wheat Thins to celebrate Halloween!
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This time last fall, my husband and I had just happened upon this beautiful home in the country and immediately put our home on the market.
A few months later, we were moving into that beautiful home in the country dreaming about many parties there.
We absolutely could not wait to spend fall in this new home of ours and host parties with hayrides and bonfires plus lots of Halloween snacks of course.
This past weekend, we had many of our close friends and family over to enjoy a wonderful fall party!
This party was all about creating a fabulous table with plenty of food plus some fun activities.
Paired with a Spider Web No Bake Pie!
What food should you serve for a Halloween Party?
Make this fun Googly Eyed Punch too!
All your friends and family will enjoy it, plus get a little treat in their cup when an eyeball pops out!
These were both a hit, then I just placed some Oreos on the table for all to enjoy too.
There was one little girl that enjoyed them more than the others, my daughter. Each time I turned around she literally had multiple Oreos in her mouth.
We finally ended up moving the food around so she would not eat the entire bag. This child loves some Oreos.
Along with the punch and Oreos, I also added a few 12oz Bottles of Dasani.
These are great for parties and for kids too! They are even good to take along with you when you take them trick or treating.
How do you make Graveyard Bean Dip?
The best part of this table was the Graveyard Bean Dip. This bean dip is a very easy layered bean dip, then I used salsa flavored Wheat Thins to make the tombstones along with a little icing.
The guests even used the salsa Wheat Thins for dipping too. It was the perfect dip! It was also no bake and simple to make.
Once we had all of our party food planned out it was time for fun!
We enjoyed a hayride that my husband decided to do. One of the perks of the country is living next to a large field area that is perfect for a little hayride.
The kids absolutely loved it and so did the adults too. It was very relaxing to ride around on with a few snacks and hot chocolate.
Of course, we also needed an activity for the adults so a good game of horse shoes went on too.
Lastly, it was time to just relax and spend some time around the bonfire. The party was a hit and exactly what we imagined when we moved into this home last year.
We were certain we wanted to host many parties and get togethers and just share this little piece of the country with our friends and family.
Are you having a party this year? What is on your menu?
Be sure to try out the recipe for Graveyard Bean Dip and the Googly Eye Orange Punch! All the ingredients can easily be found at Walmart.
Graveyard Bean Dip
- 2 16 Oz Cans of Refried Beans
- 1 Package of Taco Seasoning
- 1 Package of Cream Cheese Softened
- 1 4.5 Oz Can of Chopped Green Chilies
- 1 Cup of Chunky Salsa
- 1 Cup of Sour Cream
- 1 Cup Chopped Green Lettuce
- 1 14.5 Oz Can of Diced Tomatoes Drained
- 1 Cup Shredded Mexican Cheese
- 1 2.25 Oz Can of Sliced Black Olives Drained
- 1 Box Zesty Salsa Wheat Thins
- Orange/Black Icing for Writing
In a medium sized bowl, mix the refried beans and taco seasoning.
Spread the bean mixture into the bottom of a large dish.
Add the remaining ingredients in order in layers, sprinkling it with the cheese and olives.
Take a few of the Wheat Thins and write wording on the Wheat Thins for the tombstones and arrange them evenly over the dip.
Serve with a side of Zesty Salsa Wheat Thins or chips of your choice.