A Halloween dip that is sure to please your little witches! This Witches Brew Cream Cheese Halloween Dip can be made with any flavor of pudding too!
“This post/recipe originally appeared on my main blog BigBearsWife.com”
My husband may keep me from turning the house into a Halloween masterpiece before October, but on October 1st all of the rules are gone and the house is MINE!
I set out a few things the other day but today I really got into it and decorated the living room and even convinced BigBear to set up the “graveyard” in the flower beds! haha.
I’ve got my Halloween Wreath on the door and my “Halloween Menu” of “Bat Wings, Spider Fangs and Witches Brew” hanging on the wall! Speaking of Witches Brew… would you care for some?
I plan on having another Halloween Dinner party this year and this Witches Brew will totally be on the menu! It comes together in a snap and it is just perfectly spooky for Halloween!
I found this little black plastic cauldron at Target (it came with a weird green drink mix but I just tossed that haha) and the gummy eyeballs and worms are from there too! Target had some other gummy eyeballs but the ones from TreatStreet were the best looking ones!
I have made this with Almond Milk and regular milk! I’ve also made it with pistachio pudding Cheesecake Pudding!
Side note: If you use cheesecake or vanilla pudding for this dip you’ll want to add a little bit of green food coloring to the dip while you’re mixing it… unless you want white witches brew. I suppose that would be ok but I’ve never seen a witch with “white potions” haha.
Serve these with a side of “bones” and you’re all set!
To clear up some confusion, NO those are not dog bones/Dog treats… lol. The “bones” are called “Scooby Snacks” and they are graham crackers
PARTY TIP! – Want to use a cute bowl like this for Halloween parties but don’t want to make a ton of dip? Place a bowl upside down inside of the plastic cauldron before you fill it! You’ll need less dip but it’ll still look full! Perfect for small parties!
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