A Friendly Fiends Feast
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A Friendly Fiends Feast

Gather around this enticing table filled with fanciful pumpkins and irresistible fare.

A Friendly Fiends Menu

Halloween party table covered with food and treats.
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Don't be afraid to eat!

This menu offers sausage links in cranberry sauce, sticks-and-stones snack mix, cookie wreaths crawling with edible spiders, delicious sandwiches, and a spritzed fruit drink that keeps cold with wiggle worm ice. For dessert try a shrunken head -- a caramel apple trimmed with nuts and candies.

Spritzed Fruit Drink with Wiggle Worm Ice Candy worms make the punch just a little scary.


Sticks and Stones Snack Mix The pretzels look like sticks and the cereal and nuts resemble stones in this lightly spiced snack mix that will appeal to kids of all ages.


Bubbling Cranberry-Sauced Links These appetizers take just 20 minutes to prepare but if you prefer, start them 2 hours ahead and heat in a crockery cooker.


Shrunken Heads These apples coated with caramel and candy coating resemble shrunken heads. You add the candy faces.


Wrapped Mummy Sandwich Loaf Serve your ghouls this hearty vegetable-and-Canadian-bacon-filled bread loaf.


Spidery Cookie Wreaths Add icing and candy spiders to these orange-flavored cookies for a spooky good time.


Dressed-Up Pumpkins

These easy pumpkins will make any table more tempting.

What You Need:
Decorated Halloween Party Pumpkins Centerpiece
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These friendly fellows will be
happy to stay for dinner.

  • Buttons
  • Acrylic gems in a variety of colors and shapes
  • Pumpkin
  • Towel
  • Thick white crafts glue
  • Ribbon
  • Purchased hat to fit pumpkin
  • Belt buckle


1. Make a face for your pumpkin. Using your imagination and our photo for ideas, decide arrangement of buttons and gems. Rest the pumpkin on a towel so the side you wish to decorate is facing up. Glue the trims in place. Let the glue dry.

2. Measure the ribbon. Cut a length of ribbon to fit around hat plus 2 inches. Weave one end through a belt buckle. Glue above brim. Let dry. Place hat on pumpkin. Glue in place if desired.