Paula’s Halloween Party Menu

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By The Paula Deen Test Kitchen

Planning a Halloween bash? Take a cue from our spooky party menu and scare up a howling good time!

imageWitch’s Brew
What party could be complete with out a cauldron of Paula’s favorite brew? Follow our directions for setting your bowl of brew in a vat of dry ice for even more fun!

imageMini Mummies
You only need two ingredients to make these super simple mummies. They’re a shriek!

imageMoldy Guacamole and Creepy Critters
Corn tortillas cut into fun Halloween shapes make the best chips for this mysterious moldy guacamole dip.

imageCheese Cats, Bats, and Jack-o-Lanterns
Cheese cookies are a staple at any Southern affair, but for Halloween, try these cheese cookies cut into spooky and creepy cats and bats!

imagePumpkin Seed Snack Mix
Wait! Don’t throw away your pumpkin seeds when you’re finished carving. You can save them and turn them into this delightful fall snack.

imageWicked Candy Bar Cupcakes
Dessert never tasted so good with these devilish cupcakes. The little ones will enjoy decorating these scary cupcakes almost as much as they’ll love eating them.

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hi paula iwood like you to put down home recipes

By jim kane on October 25, 2013


Thank you for everything. You are an awesome lady and your family is awesome also. I love all of you and your family's books. You all could write a book with you all's stories alone!

By Velma Tanner on October 03, 2013


Love you Paula I would like to leave NY so if you need the help I would love to work for you. I miss seeing you and have not watched fnw or qvc since the bs started we are who we are and you and your family have brought me such joy and laughs. Start your own network if you want I will be there. Love and best dishes Irene

By Irene Elder on October 03, 2013


I'm so glad to see you surfacing from this storm Food Network put you thru. I have not watched food network since they did that to you, that wasn't fair at all. Anyway, I'm thrilled you are back, I missed your smile. When I moved to Oklahoma I didn't know how to cook southern foods and you saved my butt daily. Whatever you would cook one day, I would make the next.Thanks for being a fighter and coming back, you are loved my lady.

By Louise Vezina Hollaway on October 03, 2013


Hey Paula ,So glad we can still see you.Miss on your cooking show but it's nice to see you here.My husband of 44yrs.laughed at me one day as I was using butter on a recipe and he thought I was using to much and I said if its good enough for Paula its good enough for I would like to ask you if you have any diabetic recipes as in Dec.2012I was told I had it also.Wasn't to surprised as it runs in my family on my dads side.Lost his mom from it.There is 4 out of 8 of us kids have it. I also have a 4yr grand daughter who could get as it runs on both sides. So any help you can give us I would love it.She is our miracle baby as she was 1lb12 oz when she was bornand 42 surgerys and 43 coming at the end of Oct on her airway. She is everyones sweetheart and a fighter. So thanks for reading about us. Patty Becker

By Patty Becker on October 03, 2013


We love you Paula and are so glad to see you back!!!!

By Irene Roberts on October 03, 2013


Love you Paula, didn't know how much till we couldn't watch you anymore.. I hope you will soon get your own network show. Any network but Food Network. They should be ashamed.

By Janet Sullivan on October 03, 2013



By KAREN on October 03, 2013


Fantastic menu and such fun. Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

By Michael Boysen on October 03, 2013


Glad you hung in there

By Daniel Wettstein on October 02, 2013


Love You PAULA!!!!

By Terri Murphy on October 02, 2013


I love you, Paula Deen!! I miss your shows so much... but am very happy that we can still get your awesome recipes, etc. here on facebook! Thank you!

By Anonymous on October 02, 2013


we miss you

By Mike LoBasso on October 02, 2013


Hi Paula Love all, your recipes and your holloween recipes are the greatest look forward to sharing this year for the holiday! !!!***** ♥ smile (Y) Also I didn't realize I forgotten to leave comments last time I fewed your site so I very much want to apologize and will take better notice to update all comments and share recipes w/ ingredients !!!!***** ♥ smile (Y) Thank you dearly for allowing me to share your beautiful sites!!!!***** ♥ (Y)

By Dixie Crabtree on September 01, 2013


I am a new viewer, and I love your show. And I really really really love your cooking tools. Most of all I would like Your beautiful measuring cups, pewter. I would order them today if it were not for my husband. Apparently he looked Them up on the Internet, saw the price . now he knows . I've decided to ask for them for Christmas. that's all I want, How funny am I??? I sound like a little kid . I am 66 years. I just bought your latest book and plan on cooking my way Through the whole book. By the way I agree with you , everyone , who knows anything know That the more butter the Better! . My name is Vicki Heistand and I am building a new home in Shaver Lake , California..

By Vicki Heistand on November 01, 2011



By DEBBIE BURGIN on October 28, 2011


i love the pumkin seed mix. it works great for my children and their guinea pigs!!! love kathleen

By Kathleen Passiaotre on October 24, 2011


I love you I think you are great. I watch you all the time. I think it is wonderful that your family comes on the show with you.

By peggy waller on October 23, 2011


Goodies recipes for the Halloween theme B-Day party for AJ

By Lissette on October 20, 2011

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Paula, I love watching you and your family. I miss seeing your show, I watched you everyday. My son lives in Charleston S.C. He took me to the Lady & Sons to eat. Oh my goodness! People are always telling me that I look just like the cooking lady Paula Deen. I always tell them that you are my hero. May God Bless You Mary Ann
Mary Ann Tharp in A Summer of Burgers on August 15, 2014 at 10:48 pm

Add a few spoonfuls of parmesan cheese to the flour and cornmeal breading and it kicks the tomatoes up another notch. Bev
in Crispy Fried Green Tomatoes on August 15, 2014 at 10:33 am

I just bought Paula's Peach Salad Dressing and wondered if anyone has a good recipe that they use it in?
Melissa in Taste Testing 101 on August 13, 2014 at 8:36 am

Congrats Bobby. Loved the family picture miss you Paula on TV will be watching online. Jack is getting big. Looks like his mom but Matt aka moose has your face. Your eyes cheeks hair even falls to his face like yours except to the left. Good luck on your next venture. You give us other 60+ yr women strength to move on. Keep up the good work.
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