My kids didn’t let me make their Halloween costumes this year. So in order to keep my DIY mom tendencies happy I had to DIY my shareable Spooky Skeleton Halloween Dip recipe that I am bringing to the neighborhood Halloween party. Hold your nose for this one.
Now if I was a real blogger I would have had this up in September like I did my Halloween costume post last year. This helps you plan and share with your community, but as you can tell I am not that blogger. So this was an idea that I came up with on Halloween when I should be working and packing for a trip tomorrow. Instead I dropped everything to be able to make a toilet. I shit you not.
I was assigned a “spooky Halloween side” so I went to Pinterest to get ideas. Basically, this idea was born after realizing what I had at home so I didn’t have to go out and didn’t involve cooking, not my forte. We have all seen the beautiful skeleton charcuterie boards on Pinterest, right? What about the baby poop dip? This is the child of those two and honestly where I got the idea. On top of that, I couldn’t find a single image on the internet or recipe for this so I knew it was golden. Always remember, if there is something you think of and you cant find it on the internet, run full speed ahead because it rarely happens these days. So this toilet bowl dip bowls will be going to production soon.
Now I did try to locate a toilet bowl that you could use instead of DIYing one but didn’t come up with anything other than restaurants that serve food out of toilets. I’ll be updating my bucket list with those locations and visiting very soon.
Luckily like everyone else in the world I had a few amazon boxes laying around as well as spray paint in a white high-gloss so my porcelain goddess would be made out of cardboard. Think of this as the proto-type. Got my hot glue gun and razor blade and got started. Cardboard bends so easily without breaking that making these pieces curve around like a real toilet was super easy.
Spooky Skeleton Halloween Dip Recipe
- 8 ounce cream cheese
- 10 oz rotel can
- sharp cheddar
- can of corn
- lb of ground beef or sausage with taco seasonin
This cheese dip recipe is the easy part.
- Brown meat, drain, add seasoning.
- Add Rotel tomatoes, cheese, corn and meat to the crockpot
- Stir and let melt.
Do not drain the Rotel, as the juice provides the right consistency. Of course, like most recipes, you can add in your own favorites or change the flavors/additions based on what you have on hand. If you need to thin this dip, just add some milk slowly.
If perhaps you are going to a dressier party with classier friends, you can always dress up the skeleton or even spray paint them. A gold skeleton would be stunning on the pot in the middle of the table. Possibilities are endless
Did this Halloween dip recipe make you throw up in your mouth? Would you eat the dip if you were at a party?