Trisha Yearwood has many titles that can describe her. Country singer, celebrity cook, and Halloween enthusiast.
In Halloweens past you’ve seen Yearwood pull out some pretty elaborate costumes and even more elaborate snacks. As October 31st draws closer, she is gearing up for what she hopes is her best Halloween celebration yet.
Of course, the key to hosting a howlin’ good Halloween party is to have the perfect spread of spooky snacks. Yearwood definitely has her bases covered where that’s concerned.
Not wanting to leave her fans in the shadows, Yearwood graciously shared all of the spooky snacks (and the drink!) she made for her Halloween gathering this year. All of the recipes will be explained more in-depth during the Trisha’s Southern Kitchen Halloween Spooktacular episode, which airs on October 15.
In the meantime, don’t be afraid to go ahead and try some of the easier recipes yourself…such as the rat-infested veggie bar with ranch dirt dip.
Looks like all you have to do to make this scary spread is lay out some of your favorite veggies and place plastic rats throughout. The dip is something you may need to wait and hear Yearwood explain on the show, but she did share one key ingredient…crushed toasted pumpernickel bread!
Whatever the dirt dip is made of, it must be terrifyingly tasty, as one of the party guests can be heard saying, “It’s the best-tasting dirt I’ve ever had.”
Another scary snack that shouldn’t be too much toil and trouble for you to make right now is the spooky green slime cheese pizza tentacles. Stuffed with sausage, these pizza tentacles also ooze green-dyed mozzarella cheese.
The creepy deserts are something that you’ll have to wait on Yearwood to explain (the horror!), but that doesn’t keep you from admiring their gory glory right now.
While the creepy candy eyeballs will surely be a crowd-pleaser, it’s the bloody cheesecake bars that will carve a place into your guests’ hearts.
These cheesecake bars may look horrific, but they’re actually delicious. The “glass” you see on top is made of caramel, while the “blood” is raspberry sauce.
After you’ve survived your stint with the cheesecake bars, go ahead and wash those down with a potion brewed from apple cider and Fireball.
If you’d like to learn even more about Yearwood’s spooky Halloween treats, be sure to check out the video below.
And don’t forget to tune in to the Trisha’s Southern Kitchen Halloween special, because you’ll get the chance to learn even more about the recipes you see here.
These treats are so good, they’re sure to please every creature that lurks on Halloween!