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Spaghetti And Eyeballs Halloween Dinner Ideas

Updated on January 3, 2016

Enjoy Spaghetti And Eyeballs As Your Halloween Dinner This Year

Spaghetti and Eyeballs are a traditional and a creepy Halloween dinner recipe that your family will be thrilled with. The EYES have it when you serve this scary food dish. It's easy and fun to make and even more fun to serve. It's a very simple dinner recipe that would be perfect for your family or your guests at a Halloween party.

Get some creepy dinner recipe ideas and of course, dessert recipes too. Since I am using an eyeball theme on this page let's check out how easy it is to make eyeball cupcakes. At Halloween you can find eyeball everything! Isn't it funny how something as simple as eyeballs can become part of some of the scariest party recipes you will find. The "EYES HAVE IT" this Halloween. Don't worry, you will see why in a minute.

Halloween Eyeball Candy is perfect for Trick or Treat Fun
Halloween Eyeball Candy is perfect for Trick or Treat Fun

Gross Halloween Recipes Are Fun

Creepy But Fun Recipes Make For Family Fun On Halloween

Dinner time is a special time for a family. I remember when my kids were small, we would gather around the dinner table and break bread with each other while sharing the days events with each other.

There are certain occasions you can turn into treasured memories for yourself and your children...and Halloween, with fun and scary food ideas, is one of them. Imagine the looks on your kids faces when you serve them this strange concoction this year. When you see how surprized and thrilled they are you will know you have created a memory for them that will last a lifetime. Good Job Mom!

And wait until you see how super easy this Halloween recipe is to prepare. It won't take but a few minutes longer than the traditional, undecorated version of spaghetti and meatballs.

How To Make Those Eyeball Meatballs

The ingredients you will need above your regular meatball recipe ingredients are:

Green Olives With Pimentos OR Black Olives

Mozzarella Cheese

You can see in the picture above that the eyeballs are just meatballs with slice olives on them. You can use green olives, green olives with pimentos or black olives. It all depends on which ones you think will make the best eyes.

My favorite "Eyeball Recipe" also includes mozzarella cheese. I cut it into small circles and put it on my sliced meatball. Then I top that with an olive slice.

That's it...that's the secret to making meatball eyeballs. I told you it was simple! How many times have you seen pictures of scary or creative food dishes and thought, "I could never do that"? Well, the truth is, Yes You Can! Simple traditional recipes are perfect to turn into Frightfully Delicious and Spooky looking dinner ideas.

Halloween Eyeballs - More Fun With Halloween And Eyeballs

You can have a blast on Halloween when you create some creepy recipe ideas for your guests or your family. A great place to find lots of ideas is this page...or from specialized cookbooks filled with scary Halloween recipes that are fun and easy to make. Here are a few of those fun cookbooks I found on Amazon.

Are Halloween Eyeball Recipes Creepy? - Do you think food dishes and desserts made with eyeballs are scary?

Let's find out who out there thinks "The EYES Have it" where Halloween recipes are concerned.

Would Eyeballs Made Out Of Food Creep You Out On Halloween.

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Halloween Eyeballs - More Fun With Eyeballs And Halloween

There are so many fun Halloween ideas that involve Eyeballs. There are dinner ideas like the Spaghetti and Eyeballs, but you can come up with lots more fun food ideas for Eyes. How about some Eyeball cupcakes...just draw a colored circle in the center of your cupcake with white frosting. Use edible gel in a tube so it will be very easy to do. Then draw a black circle around the color...that's the pupil and the iris. Now you can use a red gel tube of icing to make the white's of the eyes bloodshot. Simple, Fun, And Chilling! Don't want to work that hard? Then place some candy eyeballs in the center of your frosted cupcakes. Depending on how big the candy eyes are, you can put one, two, three or as many eyes as will fit on each cupcake. Fun and Super Easy. Your family is going to be thrilled and amazed at your talented holiday meals and desserts...and so will you!

Make Some Eyeball Drinks - Eyeballs And Halloween Drink Ideas

Get some fun drink recipes for Halloween. Add some eyeballs and you've got some scary and fun ideas. Get out the good glasses and pour your holiday drinks. You can make an eyeball to add to your party drinks using a radish. Peel the radish leaving some of the red skin. That will look like an blood shot eyeball. You can cut a triangular piece out of the radish...somewhere on the end or the center of the radish and stick a piece of olive in there. Now you've got the perfect addition to your Halloween beverages.

Got Any Creepy Halloween Eyeball Recipes For Us? - Share Your Gruesome Cooking Ideas

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