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Halloween Recipes 101

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Halloween Recipes 101 features ghoulish and frightening spooktacular recipes!

SPOOKY SPIDER BISCUITS
Looking for something not so spooky to celebrate the Halloween season with? Try out these very festive spider biscuits!

INGREDIENTS:

  • Bisquick or biscuit mix of your choice
  • Milk
  • Black food coloring gel (can be found at Michael’s or Hobby Lobby stores)
  • Pretzel sticks
  • M & M’s

DIRECTIONS:

1.) Preheat the oven to 450°.
2.) Follow the instructions from the biscuit mix and while mixing, add 3-4 drops of black food coloring gel.
3.) Continue to stir or knead the dough, adding coloring until the desired color is achieved.
4.) Roll out the biscuits by hand and put them on a sprayed cookie sheet.
5.) Using 4 pretzel sticks for each biscuit, break the sticks in half and push them firmly into the dough until all 8 legs are present.
6.) Open the M&M’s and put two on each spider for eyes. Pressing firmly in so they won’t come out during the baking process.
7.) Bake for 8-9 minutes, let cool and enjoy a spooky breakfast!

Healthy Recipes 101

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Healthy Recipes 101 features fit and lean recipes from online health resources!
SPINACH QUICHE
This recipe uses the prepared pie crusts found in the freezer section of your supermarket. You can find some alternative brands with more fiber and less saturated fat at health food and specialty stores. Since prepared pie crusts are usually high in fat, we’re keeping the filling nice and light. Read More

Written by WebMD.com

Healthy Recipes 101

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LIGHTER SPAGHETTI AND MEATBALLS
Where we saved fat for this healthy recipe: stretched out the decadence of the beef by adding a Portobello mushroom and using an egg white; we added fiber by using whole-wheat spaghetti. Read More

Written by Food Network Kitchens

Healthy Recipes 101

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Healthy Recipes 101 features fit and lean recipes from online health resources!

SLOPPY JOE’S
The reduced-sodium tomato soup in this sloppy joe recipe cuts out 281 milligrams of sodium per serving. Using extra-lean ground beef and thoroughly draining off the fat after cooking reduces the fat content of the recipe. Read More

Written by the Mayo Clinic Staff at Mayo Clinic