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How to Mix Spooky Cocktails with Dry Ice

Dry Ice Halloween Cocktails & ESPECIALLY Safety Information regarding the How-To's of USING Dry Ice - Regular Dry Ice & FOOD GRADE CHIPS.

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Halloween Caramel Corn

Apple peanut butter snack bars: no flour, no oil, and no refined sugar. Easy to make and perfect for an after-school snack or a lunch box treat.

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String a needle through and hang! So easy...why have I never thought of this?!? Add glow sticks and you have awesome lights!

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Best Indoor Christmas Decorating Ideas 2015

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How To Create Jack-O-Lantern Halloween Fog / Bubbly Fog. Dry ice inside a pumpkin. add a green glowstick to make it even spookier! Love Halloween!

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Shirley Temples are delicious and look pretty, but if you serve them before they've been mixed, they can make a fantastic Halloween drink. Just fill syringes with grenadine and serve them up in a glass of 7-Up

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Best Indoor Christmas Decorating Ideas 2015

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I dont know one single person who doesnt like this dip. 2 pkgs. cream cheese, 8 oz. ranch dressing, 2 -10 oz. cans chicken, drained well and shredded cheddar. Melt first 3 ingredients together with a handful of shredded cheddar. Mix in chicken (I shred it). Pour into baking dish. Sprinkle top with shredded cheddar (light cover). Bake at 375 for 15-20 mins or until cheese on top is melted. Serve with crackers.

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