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Monday, September 28, 2015

Goth Halloween

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Throwing a Goth Theme Party:  I seriously believe that a Gothic Halloween Party theme could actually be the same as the Twilight Halloween Party Theme.  So why did I create different recipes?  Oh, well… because it is fun to do, I guess!

I love the Goth Culture.  I have had friends all over the country that I met via the net and in person.  I love the style, the uniqueness and the individuality of Goth’s.  I find them stylish in a very unique way.  

Okay, so here it is... if you are going to sit and watch a good Goth-themed movie, concert, have a party or just freaking want to hang out.. here is a great little snack you can enjoy!!

Fang-licious Popcorn

Pop some popcorn and allow it to cool in a large bowl.  In a double broiler melt some dark chocolate pieces.  Drizzle chocolate over popcorn and mix well so most of the popcorn is chocolate covered.

Lay the popcorn out on a parchment lined cookie sheet and by using a tube of red gel cake frosting, drizzle sparingly over chocolate covered popcorn.    Place into the refrigerator until the chocolate has hardened.

The Fang-licious Cone Holders for Popcorn:

Cut a piece of black card-stock in half and fold into the shape of a cone.  Staple or tape it together to hold its shape.  Make some parchment paper cones a little smaller than the card stock cones by using the same method except tape together and fold the tip of the cone up and tape securely.  Make sure the parchment paper cones fit snuggly into the cardstock cones.  Once the chocolate on the popcorn has hardened, break apart and fill the fang-licious cone holders. 

I am telling you.. this is a really cool thing to do and yummy at that!!

Bloody Sparkling Punch

Mix together:

Can of Cherry Fruit Juice
Pint of orange sherbet
Add some thin slices of oranges and maraschino cherries
Right before you get ready to serve the punch Add
7-up or club soda (depends on the sweetness of the juice)

This is just optional:

Dampen the rim of the glass with either a little water or some of the punch.  Add some edible white glitter in a saucer and twist rim of glass in it.  This will add a little more sparkle.

Mushroom Delights

*Trust me, these are Fang-licious!!

Chop some walnuts in a food processor.
Add ½ cup finely chopped mushrooms
¼ -1/2 cup of unsalted bread crumbs
Sauté some finely chopped onions and celery together with a little pepper and add to the mixture
Melt some unsalted butter
1-egg white
Seasonings of your choice, I use black pepper and Ms. Dash Table Blend

Mix everything together and make sure the mixture is damp but not soaked.


Take a dampened towel and wipe off some mushroom caps.  I actually do this in advance and use the slices to chop up in the mixture.  But slice a little off of the top of the mushroom so it sits flat on a cookie sheet.  Fill each cap with some mixture and sprinkle the top with parmesan cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes. 

(c) 2013-2015 Eva Thomas aka WhiteOak

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