Easy Halloween Recipes for A Spooky, Sober Time!
Now that you’re sober, you may find yourself stressing over ways to celebrate Halloween while others use the holiday as an excuse to get wasted. With these easy Halloween recipes, you are sure to have a spooky, sober time and be able to remember the fun you had making these kooky creations!
Easy Halloween Recipes
From appetizers to sweet treats, these easy Halloween recipes will keep you on your toes and provide you with entertainment when making them with others. Creating recipes is more than just about the food. It’s about spending time with one another, laughing, and being in the moment. You didn’t come into recovery to pass each moment by. Recovery provides you the wonderful opportunity to experience where you currently are and be genuine with the pleasure of the moment.
Crescent Mummy Dogs
These super easy and humorous crescent mummy hot dogs will have you mesmerized for more! Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Cut unrolled and separated crescent roll dough into thin strips with kitchen scissors or knife. Use these slices to wrap around hot dogs to look like a mummy, making sure to leave a couple inches of uncovered hot dog space towards the top. Put these wrapped hot dogs on a non-greased baking tray and put in the oven for about 13 to 17 minutes accordingly. When done, be sure to let the mummies get their rest and cool before indulging! Then, use mustard or ketchup to dot on some eyes and a smile in the uncovered hot dog area.
Chocolate Creepy Crawlers
Grab a group of friends, a bag of 8-ounce semi-sweet chocolate, and get ready to make some creepy chocolate spiders! Put the chocolate in a bowl suitable for the microwave and set it for 1 minute, making sure to check on it and stir halfway through. Stir the chocolate and put it in for another 30 seconds. Take the bowl out and stir until all the chocolate is melted. (If it is not completely melted together, continue to microwave and stir as needed.) Add in some marshmallows to the melted chocolate and stir. Form tablespoonfuls on waxed paper. Add cut up black licorice for legs and M&M’s for eyeballs. Put your chocolate creepy crawlers in the refrigerator for about 20 minutes and then serve.
Candy Corn Popcorn Balls
With some friends, get some popcorn ready – 12 cups to be exact! Add about 1 ½ cups of candy corn to the popcorn in a bowl. You can even get creative by adding some chocolate chunks, favorite candy pieces, caramel slices, or nuts. Leave this bowl to the side. Put ½ a stick of butter in a microwavable bowl and heat for 30 seconds or until completely melted. Stir in 4 cups of tiny marshmallows and heat for another 1 ½ minutes. Use a spoon to mix and the marshmallows will dissolve in the melted butter. Add 1 teaspoon of vanilla, ¼ teaspoon salt, and continue to mix. Put this mixture over the popcorn and candy corn and mix all together. Let it sit until it has reached room temperature. Get your hands covered in cooking spray and grab some of that popcorn mixture to make a ball with your hands. Put these candy corn popcorn balls on a wax sheet and let them cool at room temperature for a while, so that you and your friends can indulge later! Maybe you can put on a horror flick and munch on your snack during the scary scenes!
These easy Halloween recipes provide a surefire way to have good, clean fun by allowing a fun experience to be had between friends. Halloween should be a time to be remembered for silly pranks spent between family and friends, not manipulation, lies, corruption, or the abuse of substances. A holiday like Halloween can be tricky for the recovering addict and alcoholic who is new, but it could also be an amazing treat if you allow it to be.
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