Cheesy Movie Mummy
This delicious little dish is fast and easy, and always leaves people wanting more. Baked brie is a classic, but phyllo dough makes it look like a mummy’s face!
- One round of brie, preferably double or triple cream
- One package of phyllo dough, from the freezer section
- Jam or preserves (raspberry or blueberry)
- Remove the brie from the packaging and put it on a plate
- Use three heaping tablespoons of jam, spread it over the top of the brie
- Take the phyllo dough and cut it into strips
- Wrap the strips around the brie so that it forms a pouch, and looks like mummy wrappings
- Use raisins to make eyes for your mummy
- Take the brie to the party cold, then put it in a preheated 350 degree oven for 15-20 minutes, or until golden brown
These cute little witch hats are made of fudge cookies and chocolate pudding, with a little orange icing to make a “ribbon” around the hat. Sweeten up your next party without breaking the bank!
- Fudge Striped Cookies
- Chocolate pudding
- Hershey’s Kisses
- Orange decoration icing (comes in tube)
- Cover a baking sheet in wax paper
- Place a cookie striped side up on the sheet, scoop prepared chocolate pudding on top of cookie
- Place another cookie, striped side down onto pudding, you should now have a sandwich
- Pudding should be squishing up from the hole in the middle of the cookies, Push Hershey kiss firmly into the middle of the erupting pudding
- Follow directions above to fill the sheet with hats, freeze for 1 hour
- Using the orange gel, decorate your puddin’ witches with a ribbon of frosting around the base of the Hershey’s kiss to create a spooky and delicious witch hat
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Geoff Phillips is the Food & Booze desk editor for 303 Magazine. A compulsive foodie, he's constantly on the lookout for offerings that are new, fresh and reasonably priced. If he's not at the farmer's market he's probably browsing recipes.