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5 Easy and Fun Halloween Food Ideas

If you’re hosting a Halloween party this year, or if you’re getting into the spirit of the holiday, why not create your own spooky snacks at home?

2. Creepy Carrot Fingers
2. Creepy Carrot Fingers
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A hand reaching out from the muck is sure to freak out party guests. Just use a peeler to shape baby carrots, leaving a flat surface to add an almond flake fingernail. Stick them into a bowl of hummus or your choice of dip and serve.


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