Horror Movie Night!

October is just perfect. Aside from the New York weather not deciding if its fall yet, this is the best time to have a movie night! Horror films are hard to come by if you want something really scary. So my boyfriend and I decided to have a movie night with some food and some Boo's (booze, get it). 

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Food: 

  • Skull Pizza
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First I sprayed butter on the Skull Cakelet Pan, then I used I used 2 Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and played the dough on the pan. I added marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and three pepperoni's on each of the skulls. Placed the pan in the oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Took it out and let the pan cool for a little while before taking them out.

  • Jalepeño Mummies
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I used 20 fresh jalepeño's, Cut them in 1/2 straight down the middle and gut them. I took a mix of taco cheese, mixed it with one bar of cream cheese and put it inside the jalepeños. Then I took some of the Pillsbury Crescent Rolls dough, cut 20 long thin strips and wrapped the jalepeños with them. Popped them in the oven at 350 degrees for about 12 minutes. For a better mummy effect, get some candy eyeballs (I could not find any at a store near me).  

  • Hot Dog Mummies
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Boil however many hot dogs you wish to have. I also fried them after because I prefer how it tastes better fried. After I let them cool a bit, I did the same as I did for the jalepeños, cut some strips of the Pillsbury Crescent Rolls dough and wrapped the hot dogs. Popped them in the oven at 350 degrees for about 10-15 minutes. For a better mummy effect, get some candy eyeballs (I could not find any at a store near me).  


    Drink:

    • Pumpkin Sangria Tap
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    We bought one medium-sized pumpkin, gutted it and let it sit out opened overnight so that the pumpkin could dry inside. For the sangria, we bought two bottles of already mixed sangrias. We used 3 bottles of Lolailo Sangria then added slices of apples (2 green apples & 2 red apples) and some orange slices. I suggest going very light with the orange if you are adding some in because it makes the sangria taste too citrusy. 

    Before adding the sangria to the pumpkin, we carved out a hole to fit the tap. I purchased this one and it worked perfectly. Then pour in the sangria and enjoy! 


    Movies:

    • Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    • Nightmare on Elm Street
    • Jeepers Creepers 
    • Bram Stoker's Dracula
    • Dracula Dead and Loving it (Just because its a hilarious movie)

    Hope you guys are enjoying your October as much as I am! 

    xoxo- Liza