4 Halloween Appetizers and a Cocktail! ~ Easy Halloween Snacks


Today’s video features easy appetizer recipes for Halloween and a cocktail! Join me in the Kitchen Witch cottage as I put together ideas and recipes for your next Halloween party and then tune in Fridays at 6 pm eastern time for Kroll Call!
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Let Lyndsay the Kitchen Witch show you how to make this easy menu for Halloween entertaining!
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1 cup salted soda crackers, crushed
2 cups grated extra old sharp cheddar cheese
1/4 cup diced purple onion
1/2 cup diced tomato
1 tbsp pickled jalapeno or pecorino peppers (can add more if you like more heat)
1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
8 pimento stuffed olives cut in halves

Mix it all together and then drizzle in the olive oil. Roll into small balls and press a half an olive into each and shape with your hands to make an eyeball. Bake in a 350 degree oven on a parchment lined baking sheet for 7-10 minutes a side turning once so that they are golden brown.These soft cheesy little morsels are super tasty and are also fabulous dipped into fresh salsa.

Fresh Salsa Ingredients

798 ml (30 oz) tin diced tomatoes
1/4 cup each chopped red and green pepper
1 tbsp diced jalapeno pepper
1 tsp each salt, pepper, minced garlic
pinch dried chiles
6 tbsp fresh cilantro
juice f half a lime

Put everything into a blender or food processor. Blend to the consistency you like and then for an extra special halloween touch, serve it in a small hollowed out pumpkin surrounded by multi-couloured taco chips.


Add 2 ounce of vodka to a large shaker filled with ice along with an ounce and a half of peach schnapps, the juice of half a lime, and one cup of peach, or peach and mango juice. Shake and pour in equal amounts into 4 chilled martini glasses.

Crescent Mummy Dog Recipe here: Yummy Mummies

Stuffed Jalapeno Peppers

Fry a half pound of Italian sausage, drain well, and then mix in 2 tbsp of your favorite chili – save the rest for your yummy mummies. Add a half cup of softened cream cheese, and 1 cup of grated gruyere or parmesan cheese. Stir well and stuff into 6 large halved and seeded jalapeno peppers. Bake in a 425 degree oven fr 20 minutes.


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  1. Wow! Everything looks so delicious! Can't wait to try some of these recipes in my own kitchen – which is also "Somewhere in Canada" (Ontario), haha. Thank you so much for sharing these with us! 😊🎃👻

  2. <lol>  "haunted kitchen"  . . .  Good for you, "Kitchen Witch"   🙂   This is your time of year, eh?   <lol>  😉  😉  😉

    Anyway, all your appetizers look very good and tasty . . .  but the "Chilidog Mummies" and the stuffed peppers really got my attention!  Thanks so much for your great and fun videos;   please say hi to the Big V and give Max a pat for me, ok?

    "broom rides 50 cents"  <lol>    Lyndsay you sure have the touch!      Thumbs up,  Norfolk Joe  🙂

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