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This is the perfect centrepiece for a scary Halloween party! A blend of cheeses, olives and roasted red peppers are stuffed into a plastic face mask lined with thin slices of prosciutto. Serve with plenty of crackers.

9 people made this

IngredientsServes: 24

  • 1 plastic face mask
  • 175g prosciutto
  • 2 pimento-stuffed green olives
  • 680g cream cheese
  • 170g grated Cheddar cheese
  • 170g grated Havarti cheese
  • 85g pitted green olives, chopped
  • 55g roasted red peppers, drained and chopped

MethodPrep:1hr ›Extra time:30min › Ready in:1hr30min

  1. Lightly coat a plastic face mask with cooking spray. Line the face mask with cling film, taking care to press it down fully into the nose and eyes.
  2. Reserve two or three slices of prosciutto and set aside. Tear the remaining slices of prosciutto into strips and lay them into the mask to form the 'muscle tissue'. Start around the eyes, leaving eyes blank and then create the cheeks, chin and forehead.
  3. Take the two whole green olives and position them in the eye holes, pimento side-down. Set the mask aside.
  4. Combine cream cheese, Cheddar and Havarti cheeses in a mixing bowl. Add the chopped green olives and roasted red peppers. Use an electric mixer or clean hands to mix until thoroughly combined.
  5. Take a heaped spoonful of the cheese mixture and arrange it to form an eye around one olive, and then the other. Gently lay handfuls of the cheese mixture all around the mask, taking care not to move the slices of prosciutto. Press the cheese down as you work to fill in all of the crevices. When the mask is full, gently press in the cheese mixture all around the mask. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.
  6. Turn the mask out onto a serving platter and gently remove the mask and the cling film. You should be left with a freaky face. If there is cheese showing around the bottom edges, use the reserved prosciutto slices to cover it before serving.

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by foodelicious

This was the gruesome hit of our this site pre-Halloween party. One of my co-workers scooped out an eyeball right away and ate it. Sick. The cheese mixture was exactly the right amount for the mask, and it firmed up nicely and held its shape. And it tasted really good! Tips: 1) It's tricky to position the olives so they don't get all wonky when you add the cheese filling. Next time, I might add them afterwards. 2) I used the edge of a spoon to emphasize the outline of the lips. I think that made it extra life-like. 3) The next time I make this, I might download a photo of the musculature of the face, and try to copy that with the prosciutto. Because that's how I roll. 4) This isn't just for Halloween; how about a Game of Thrones or Walking Dead viewing party?-29 Oct 2015

by Christina

Made this for an appy before dinner tonight and everyone LOVED it! I used our favorite cheese ball recipe: 'Herman Reunion Cheese Ball' fron this site. I used black olives for the eyes too, b/c that's what I had on hand. This was super simple and turned out really cool looking (I wish the lighting was better b/c my pic does not do this justice). Awesome concept, and something that I would've never thought of...This is definitely gonna be a new Halloween staple in my house~YUM! Thanks for sharing.-31 Oct 2012

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Halloween flayed man recipe - Recipes

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Halloween flayed man recipe - Recipes

This recipe makes a medium-sized Screamin' Cheese Man, enough to feed about 15 people.

3 (8 oz.) packages soft goat cheese or cream cheese or
1 recipe Three Cheese Cheeseball plus
1/3 C. chopped parsley or chives
1/3 C. finely chopped nuts
2 tbsp. poppy seeds (optional)
2 small button mushrooms
3-4 broccoli florets
1 slice from a narrow red bell pepper

1. On your serving platter, form your cheese into a man shape, like that pictured. If the legs and arms are at odd angles, it's gives the impression that he's writhing in pain.

2. Gently press chopped parsley or chives into cheese from the "waist" down to make pants. Make poppy seed "shoes" if desired.

3. Press the finely chopped nuts from the waist to neckline, to make a nut shirt. Leave "hands" bare.

4. Chill until firm, 2-3 hours at least.

5. Decorate the head with button mushrooms for eyes, broccoli hair, and a screaming red pepper mouth.

6. Allow to soften slightly before serving. Surround with your preferred combination of cheese, meats, veggies, and crackers.

* You can put him together out of whatever ingredients you like. Soft goat cheese, plain cream cheese, or the Three Cheese Cheeseball recipe below.
* This is one of the most easily adjustable easy Halloween recipes you can make. Want to make a smaller Screamin' Man for a small dinner party? Use less cheese. Want a larger one? Simply buy more cheese. Since the rest is just decorating, it's easy to adjust your ingredients.

.Three Cheese CheeseBall.

2 C. finely shredded swiss cheese, room temperature
2 C. finely shredded sharp cheddar cheese, room temperature
1 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese, softened
1/2 C. sour cream
1/4 C. dry white wine (optional)
1/2 C. minced sweet onion
1/4 C. roasted red pepper, finely chopped
10 slices bacon, cooked crisp and crumbled
1/4 C. chopped fresh Italian parsley
1/2 C. finely chopped pecans or walnuts
salt and pepper, to taste

1. In a large mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese, sour cream, and wine until fluffy.

2. Add the swiss and cheddar cheeses, onion, roasted pepper, half the bacon, half of the nuts, salt, pepper, bacon, nuts and chopped parsley. Beat between each addition.

3. Wrap tightly and chill until firm and flavors have mixed, at least four hours. Overnight is better.

Halloween flayed man recipe - Recipes

This is a super simple and you can vary it to fix you or your guests easily.

1 art shop mask or simple Halloween mask
1 lb. lunch meat, your choice
2 hard boiled egg yolks
2 slices pimento-stuffed green olive
1 recipe prepared "Triple Cheese CheeseBall" (below), unshaped

1. In the bottom of either a face mold from an art store or a plain plastic face mask from a Halloween costume, place a layer of plastic wrap. This creates a protective layer between the meat and what may not be a food-safe product.

2. Into the plastic-covered interior of the mold, layer your lunch-meat. Be sure to use quite small pieces, as your guests will need to get through the meat layer in order to get to the cheese underneath.

3. Press your prepared, unshaped cheese ball mix into the mold. Press firmly to maintain a "face" shape.

4. Cover and refrigerate until firm, at least 6 hours.

5. Un-mold onto a serving platter. Depending on the size/shape of your face (and its eye sockets), you may be able to add egg yolk eyes with olive irises, half-egg yolks, or any other combination of ingredients. Play with it until you get a look that you like.

6. Surround face on place with veggies and/or crackers.

* Feel free to use whatever cheese ball recipe you prefer. This is so flexible, any one would work!
* Be sure to have your mask first and make enough cheeseball mixture accordingly.
* Buy meat as thinly sliced as possible and you can use whatever lunch meat you like-- turkey, ham, corned beef, chicken, prosciutto, salami - the possibilities are endless! Its a basic recipe that you can suit to your needs effortlessly.

.Three Cheese CheeseBall.

This recipe makes two baseball-sized balls, enough to feed 15-20 people.

2 C. finely shredded swiss cheese, room temperature
2 C. finely shredded sharp cheddar cheese, room temperature
1 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese, softened
1/2 C. sour cream
1/4 C. dry white wine (optional)
1/2 C. minced sweet onion
1/4 C. roasted red pepper, finely chopped
10 slices bacon, cooked crisp and crumbled
1/4 C. chopped fresh Italian parsley
1/2 C. finely chopped pecans or walnuts
salt and pepper, to taste

1. In a large mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese, sour cream, and wine until fluffy.

2. Add the swiss and cheddar cheeses, onion, roasted pepper, half the bacon, half of the nuts, and salt and pepper to taste. Beat between each addition.

4. Shape into two balls (or whatever shape you've chosen for your recipe).

5. In a small mixing bowl, mix the rest of the bacon and nuts, along with the chopped parsley.

6. Roll balls in nut mixture.

7. Wrap tightly and chill until firm and flavors have mixed, at least four hours. Overnight is better.

8. Let soften slightly before serving.

* For the "flayed face" recipe above, you'll want to mix all of the nuts, bacon, and parsley in with the cheese, leaving nothing to roll the cheese ball in.

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The Oreo technique for the ears is utterly adorable.

One secret ingredient gives these snacks and drinks their awesomely eerie glow—and yes, it's totally edible.

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Just because I think every spider is plotting my death doesn't mean they can't be used as part of your Halloween party food. These creepy crawlies can easily be added onto deviled eggs and not only will they serve as an appetizer for the adults, but they'll also give them something to talk about. Let's just hope your eight-legged friends don't scare guests away.

2. Halloween Cheese And Crackers

If this isn't the cutest Halloween appetizer I don't know what is. This simple recipe for cheese and crackers is a great way to put out something easy with a creative spin. All you really need to do is carve the cheese into bats, ghosts, or pumpkins and place them on crackers of your choice. If you're not someone who's a culinary expert, this is one of those easy Halloween party food recipes you can use without breaking a sweat.

3. Mummy Buckeyes

These adorable little cookies are something simple you can make without many ingredients or a lot of time. Decorating cookies, especially the two-bite kind, is really simple and they work well as Halloween appetizers. This is also a terrific recipe to use if you have little ones running around at home. They'll love making these cookies into mummies.

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Nothing really tops the list of appetizers quite like chocolate covered strawberries do. Well, there are ways to get them ready for your Halloween party by making them into ghosts. These will keep your guests preoccupied until dinner is ready and they're also not hard to create, making them the perfect recipe to turn to if you need something fast.

5. Cauldron Dip

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7. Tangerine Pumpkins And Banana Ghosts

As far as healthy Halloween appetizers go, this tops the list. Just because you need to give your guests something to munch on before dinner doesn't mean you need to clog their arteries with sugar. This simple recipe turns your fruit into cute little Halloween creatures like ghosts and pumpkins. It's also not something that's super heavy so you know guests will still be hungry come dinnertime.

8. Poison Toffee Apples

Your Halloween party food is about to get a creepy makeover with these poison apples. Okay, so these aren't actually poison but they sure do look like it. With just a few drops of black food dye, these ordinary apples will take on this sinister look in an instant.

9. Caramel Peanut Popcorn Snack Mix

Sure, chips and dip have been the classic party snack for decades, but a traditional mix is just as worthy of an appearance. Sometimes when we're in a pinch we need easy Halloween appetizers to take the load off our shoulders. That's why a simple mix is a helpful appetizer to turn to. The colors will let this Halloween party food match the holiday's aesthetic perfectly.

10. Jack-O-Lantern Stuffed Peppers

And here you thought jack-o-lanterns were only used for pumpkin stencils. These creative Halloween appetizers for stuffed peppers require you to turn the faces of orange peppers into jack-o-lanterns. Not only will your guests get a hearty appetizer before the main event, but these little faces will keep your Halloween spirit on point.

11. Flayed Man Cheese Ball

Serving your guests spooky Halloween appetizers is a good way to get everyone in the holiday spirit. Normally when we see or hear the word "flayed" our hairs tend to stand up, but now guests can indulge in a poor flayed man's face. This great recipe for a cheese ball app successfully creeps out guests while also giving them something tasty to eat.

12. Severed Toes In Bandages

Keeping up with gross body parts, this recipe encourages you to give a twist to your traditional pigs in a blanket app. They might not look the most appetizing (come on, we're talking toes wrapped in bread over here) but this creative spin on a classic app makes your Halloween party the right amount of creepy.

13. Pretzel Broomstick

Some Halloween party appetizers online look like they take up way too much time or they're just a tad out of your realm. Well, there are really easy ones to make like this quick pretzel broomstick that only needs three ingredients and ten minutes to create. They still match the holiday's aesthetic but can be made in a fraction of the time.

14. Ghost S'mores Dip

As much as we like snuggling up with tea in front of the window on a cool day, sometimes it's a little too cold to actually venture outside. That's why this recipe for a ghost s'mores dip will allow you to bring one of fall's outdoor activities indoors. It's quick to make, captures the spirit of Halloween, and allows people to indulge in a classic treat.

15. Jack Skellington Ricotta Olive Tarts

It wouldn't really be Halloween without including Jack Skellington. There are lots of easy Halloween appetizers that welcome him to the party, like this ricotta olive tart. Not only are the tarts super easy to make, but they also require that you add Jack's face onto each one you make. These keep things holiday-friendly without being a little too creepy.

16. Halloween Jalapeno Poppers

Jalapeno poppers are another one of those classic, easy Halloween appetizers you can make to satisfy guests. These little guys are a creative spin on the original kind and will yield enough to feed everyone attending your party. They also won't take up a significant amount of time either, so you can make them if you're pressed for time.

17. Puking Pumpkin Guacamole

Once you're all done carving your pumpkins you can put them to an additional use. If you carve a simple face into your pumpkin you can lay the guacamole on a plate in front of it with some chips, but have some of the guacamole coming out of your pumpkin's mouth. It's a little gross to look at but it will no doubt entertain your guests.

18. Halloween Graveyard Appetizer

Okay, so we've had dip and guacamole, but what about salsa? Don't worry, we haven't forgotten the classic party favorite. This easy recipe only really requires you to make the tortilla chips into various spooky shapes. You can make your own salsa if you so choose, but store-bought works all the same. It really all depends on the time you have.

19. Severed Finger Cheese Sticks

One of the best Halloween appetizers to make for your party is cheese sticks. Cheese sticks are already a super quick app, but you can give them a creepy twist by making them into fingers. It doesn't take much time but the overall product gets the job done. Not to mention, you can use store-bought string cheese as well if you're really in a pinch.

20. Ghost Pizzas

The final item we have here is a ghost pizza. All you need to do is get creative with the cheese you're using and plop some olives down for the face and voila. They're bite-sized too so you know your guests won't get too stuffed before you serve them dinner. An added bonus to this recipe is that they're kid-friendly too, so little ones can help you make them or indulge in them themselves.


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These Spooky Cake Pops are especially simple to make, keeping the whole process a breeze, just as it should be! Choose from three Halloween Cake Pop decorating ideas — Ghosts, Mummies, or Little Monsters — to add an especially festive touch to your Halloween party!

Halloween Cocoa Krispie Treats are another kid-friendly Halloween recipe that the crowd will positively adore. They come together quick and easy, and you can even use some of your leftover Halloween Brownie decor to top them off!

These Chocolate Cyclops Cookies look absolutely terrible, but trust me, they taste great. And, if you are a fan of brownies (which I’m assuming you are since you’re here and all), you will die for these cookies. Figuratively speaking, of course.

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