Simple Halloween Party Snacks

Welcome back for Part Two of the Halloween Blog Post. If you didn’t know by how, I love Halloween and decided to make this holiday a three series blog post.

Catch, the first post featuring DIY mermaid costume. Now, time to tackle the food portion of Halloween in this blog post.

Every holiday we pay great attention to food, why not Halloween. This year, I am invited to Halloween party and got stump on what to bring that invoke Halloween besides candy and caramel apples. So I scour the internet looking for the simplest food that it delicious. These are the top 3 picks for me to witchy spruce up any Halloween Party.

Mummified Frank

You will need the following:

Mummified Weiner Supplies

  • Franks
  • Ready made Biscuits


  1. Preheat the oven at 350
  2. Cut the frank in half starting from the bottom to the middle point only. These will create two legs. You don’t have to do it. You can wrapped it in one piece too.
  3. Roll out the biscuit dough, make it as thin as you can. My mistake was making it a bit thick.
  4. Cut it out in thin long rectangles.
  5. Wrap the hot. I wrapped it twice in different directions.
  6. Put it in the oven and let it cook for 10-25 minutes.

There you have it,  the mummified franks. They are bit scary looking, but you can always say it was the look you were going for.

Mummified Weiners

Creepy Glowing Drink

You will need the following:

  • Lemon Lime Soda
  • Green Clear Sugar Sprinkles
  • Eye candy
  • Ice

Creepy Glowing Drink Supplies


  1. Pour ice into a glass cup filling it half of the cup.
  2. Pour the soda until it reaches half of the ice.
  3. Sprinkle a generous amount of sprinkles.
  4. Pour more soda filling it until the desire amount. This will mix the sprinkles with the drink.
  5. Put the candy eye into the drink.

There you have, the creepy glowing drink.

Crrepy Glowing Drink

Got an Eye for an Oreo

You will need the following:

Oreo Cookies Supplies

  • Thin Oreos
  • Food Coloring
  • Chocolate


  1. Twist off two oreo to remove one side of the oreo
  2.  One of the oreo, remove the creme of the oreo
  3. Add any food coloring to the removed creme. It will be used for the iris of the eyeball.
  4. Now spread the creme on the white creme to make an iris.
  5. Mold the chocolate to a round ball.
  6. Place in the middle of the colored creme.
  7. Dip a toothpick in the red dye
  8. Make red blood shot jagged lines for the blood vessels

There you have it, Got an Eye for an Oreo snack.

Finished Oreo Product

Hope you like my simple snacks you can bring to any halloween party to make it funnier and spookier.

Signing out as my foodie alt-ego.

Con amor,

La Boquisabrosa

aka Maria

La Boquisabrosa is a section in my blog that feature recipes, as well cheap-eats restaurants and, occasionally, fancier restaurants to celebrate birthdays, acing midterms, or late-night munchies after partying. I use the term boquisabrosa to sign off each blog, a street term in Mexico and Columbia for a person who loves food.

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