If you are looking for party or preschool Halloween snacks, this freakishly easy Halloween recipe will have your guests screaming for more. It features crunchy mini twist pretzels that have been dunked in melted dark chocolate (add a little vegetable oil to the chocolate for smoothness) and topped with candy eyeballs. Allow to set for 30 minutes. Open wide!
These spooktacular treats are simple to make, and tons of fun to eat! There are no tricks involved, either—just a handful of pantry ingredients and some black decorating gel. Make sure to line the baking pan with foil for easier cutting and quick cleanup.
Crock-Pot Lobster Bisque [via CrockPotLadies.com] - A warm and rich creamy soup full of flavor and tender chunks of lobster meat. Easy to prepare but this recipe will surely impress anyone you serve it to!
Lemon Butter Garlic Shrimp with Angel Hair Pasta - Easy and ready in 15 minutes! Big lemon flavor, juicy shrimp, and buttery noodles all in one dish everyone will love! A healthy weeknight dinner for those busy nights!!
Brazilian Shrimp Soup: used parsley instead of cilantro, can diced tomatoes, vegetable broth instead of water, added fresh sliced okra, and served soup over top of rice. Will try chicken broth and fresh spicy peppers next time.