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Skeleton and Brain Dip

Skeleton and Brain Dip recipe
photo by:kraft
Give everyone's sweet tooth a break with this rather jaunty-looking skeleton. The dip is ranch dressing, and those limbs are actually veggies.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
10/27/2004
This recipe is very good and colorful. It is a great hit at a gathering of friends who like veggies and dip.
posted:
10/20/2004
Looks great. I want to try it out on my adult nutrition class this Sat.
posted:
10/19/2004
My daughter came up with the brilliant idea of mini-skeletons for each guest, so you don't have the "eat a few pieces and it isn't cute" problem. Simple carrots for arms and legs, celery stalk body, broccoli florets for hands and feet. Used paper nut cups for the "brain" dip. Not as elaborate, but things kids actually eat....
posted:
10/14/2004
We had so much fun with this recipe we made several and placed them in different positions then placed them together to make it ollk like they were having a party of their own. The only problem that I had was when people ate it they were so cute and fun.
posted:
10/6/2004
Three of my five children have had it in their kindergarten classroom for their Halloween party and all have loved it - I had to make it at home!
posted:
9/21/2004
one or two veggies out of the skeleton, and the whole thing is boring, and picked over.
posted:
9/19/2004
This is a great recipe for halloween!
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