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What you need:
Macaroni and Cheese   home made , packet mix or tin
Sauteed spinach
Sliced black olives

What you do:

Pre heat the oven to 150C / 300F / gas mark 2

Mix up a batch of mac & cheese
Spoon into greased muffin cups and bake  until firm (about 15-25 minutes depending on your oven)
Sautee spinach over medium-high heat until cooked throughly, cool and set aside
Remove tins from oven. Let the creatures rest for about 10 minutes, then gently remove from tins
Place upside down on a swamp of sauteed spinach
Add olive slice eyes

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What you need:

1 full-sized plastic human skull
1.5 lbs. thin sliced deli meat of  your choice
Cream cheese, BBQ sauce, or cranberry sauce
2 hard boiled egg yolks, round mini-mozzarella pieces, or cocktail onions
2 slices of pimento-stuffed green olive

Lettuce leaves, spinach leaves or some thing similar for decoration.

What you do:

Buy a plastic skull from any child’s Halloween outlet.  Wash the skull with soap and water and allow to dry.

Spread a “base” over the skull. BBQ sauce and jellied cranberry sauce give the skull a bloody, gory look as your guests lift away the lunch meat. Cream cheese is not as fun, but probably tastes better with most meats. This is entirely your choice.

Evenly distribute your lunch meat over the prepared skull, leaving openings at the eyes and mouth. Smallish pieces of meat work better than larger ones, as they’re easier to manipulate and form. You may need to use toothpicks to get some of the meat to stay in place.

For eyes:

 place one hard boiled egg yolk or small mozzarella cheese ball in each eye socket. Top with a slice of pimento-stuffed green olive.

Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to eat.

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What you do:

Follow my recipe for DEVILED EGGS.

If desired, add a drop of blue food coloring (or a dollop of guacamole), to give the eyeballs a greenish appearance.

Slice some green or black olives crosswise.

Place an olive slice in the middle of each egg.

Give the eyeballs a bloodshot look by dripping beetroot  juice or add a  little  water to tomato ketchup ( to make it runnier) onto the white of each egg, starting from the center and moving outward toward the edge.

Enjoy your bloodshot eyeballs!

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