Food For Thought: Kids Halloween Spooktacular Facebook Live Recipes

Posted by Annette Bellisari on

The creative recipes that Amy, Anna and Annette cooked up in the kitchen during their Facebook Live are fang-tastic! Make these with your kids this Halloween for night full of fun and laughter. Bone Appetit!

Cinna Skeleton with Fig

2 Cans of Off-Brand Cinnamon Rolls
Bellisari’s Blistered Jalapeno & Fig Spread

**Note: make sure to use off brand cinnamon rolls. From my experience the brand name cinnamon rolls do not pull apart easily

Preheat the oven to 375. Unroll cinnamon roll dough and shape into what is needed for a skeleton. Get creative with this step! Add bones, fingers, a head, feet, etc.

Combine the frosting from the cinnamon rolls with Bellisari’s Blistered Jalapeno & Fig. You can add as much as you’d like!

Bake the skeleton for 10-12 minutes. Add frosting while cinnamon rolls are still warm.


Freaky Fruit Platter

1 Bag of Marshmallows 
Chocolate Chips
Candied Eyeballs

Clementine Spiders:
Peel the clementines. Use 1 clementine for the spider’s body, about ⅓ a clementine for the spider’s head, and eight clementine wedges for the legs. Add two candy eyes to the head.

Kiwi Monsters:
Peel and slice kiwi into rounds. Add candied eyes above the middle of the kiwi slice.

Banana Ghosts:
Slice banana into thirds. Cut two small triangles out of the bottom of each piece to create the bottom of the ghost. Add candied eyeballs to create a face on the ghost.

Marshmallow Skulls:
Melt chocolate in a bowl. Add two X’s as eyes and a mouth with stitches out of the melted chocolate to the marshmallow. 

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