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The skeleton called: He wants his teeth back! Photo courtesy The Pampered Chef.
  Here are two “fun food” ideas from The Pampered Chef, which provides direct sales opportunities at home parties. You can find out more about becoming a Pampered Chef consultant at PamperedChef.com.

Here’s a better-for-you Halloween snack with a vampire twist.
Ingredients Per Serving

  • 1 medium apple
  • 1 tablespoon peanut butter
  • 5 mini marshmallows
  • Optional: 2 almonds for fangs (replaces two mini
    marshmallows—see photo)


    1. CUT the apple into 10 wedges, then spread peanut butter onto five wedges.

    2. PRESS five mini marshmallows into the peanut butter (closer to the apple skin) to resemble teeth.

    3. PRESS the five remaining apple wedges down onto the marshmallows; serve up the smiles!



    These were made in a microwave egg cooker.


  • 1 box devil’s food cake mix (half of a 15.25- or 16.5-ounce package, about 1-2/3 cups cake mix)
  • ½ cup sour cream
  • 1 egg
  • Mini pretzel sticks
  • Coating chocolate
  • Red hots or other small red candies for eyes

    The only spiders we’ll eat are devil’s food spiders. Photo courtesy The Pampered Chef.

    1. MIX batter and place three rounded tablespoons into each egg cooker well.

    2. MICROWAVE uncovered on HIGH for 2-2½ minutes.

    3. CREATE legs from chocolate covered mini pretzel sticks. Make 6 jointed legs for each spider by affixing dipped pretzel sticks at an angle with melted chocolate.

    4. MAKE eyes using small red candies.

    Have fun!


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