Sabrina Soto’s Halloween Treats

Sabrina Soto scares up some halloween snacks. Scare up these kid-friendly snacks for your spook-tacular party!

Mummy Dogs, Witches’ Brooms, and Scary Juice are sure to satisfy all your pre-Trick or Treat festivities.

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Old or young, Halloween is the one night of the year when you don’t have to be yourself. But that doesn’t mean you have to eat only candy all night (as much as you might want to).

Sabrina Soto shows us a few easy-to-make snacks that will please ghouls of all ages. They only take about 30 minutes to prep, and then you can be off to your favorite Halloween destinations.

The best part of her snacks is that you can make them from ingredients you probably already have on hand, or that just require one quick trip to the store. With just a little effort, these ingredients are transformed into spook-tacular treats!

Start with the Mummy Dogs, as these require oven time. Once you’ve prepped and wrapped the hot dogs with the pre-made dough, pop ‘em in the oven and get started on your Witches’ Brooms.

Witches’ Brooms couldn’t be easier—and all you need is string cheese, pretzel sticks, and chives! Assemble them together (but don’t forget about the Mummy Dogs in the oven!) and let them chill in the fridge until you’re ready to serve.

Last, but not least, throw together your Scary Juice, which is essentially fruit juice punch with eyeballs (frozen grapes) and an ice hand made from water frozen in a glove.

Just like that, you’ve got a Halloween party ready in just 30 minutes. If you’re feeling ambitious (and you remember to do this a few days in advance), scare up Alton Brown’s Panna Cotta Brain for the ultimate “ick” factor.

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