Just a quick post today to show that not all raw Halloween party treats have to be sweet.
Shape your favorite orange colored cheeze into a pumpkin shape, stick in the end of a zucchini as a stem, and surround it with spooky stenciled crackers. I just happened to chill some cheeze in a mold that looked like the top of a pumpkin to me so I went with it!!!
The pumpkin shape can be made by making a ball with the cheeze, and making lines in it with a rubber spatula.
Make your favorite savory raw soup and add a raw sour cream spiderweb. Finish with a spider punched from nori:) The crackers are stenciled with cookie stencils from the craft store
For the spider web, make concentric circles with the sour cream drizzled from a squeeze bottle. From the center, draw straight lines out to the rim of the bowl with a toothpick or skewer.
Try to be a little neater than me today...I was in a bit of a rush when I made these:)
ETA... Another party idea!I just had a couple of mini BLTs on the little crackers using eggplant bacon chips and campari tomatoes...so good, and cute too:)
I also spread some cheese right onto nori sheets. To decorate, I punched out spider shapes from nori. I was inspired by Kandace's Cheesy Nori Snacks.
I used the squares of the punched out sheet as silhouettes to top another sheet.
They were dehydrated until crisp and cut into squares.
This is what I made with the last of the cheese. I added some ground flax to the mixture and cut out tombstone crackers. I used stamps sold for making stepping stones for the letters.
Hope you like these healthy raw Halloween ideas!!
All my Halloween recipes or links are here.
Have a great weekend everyone:)