I hope that I’ve shown you how easy it can be to throw a fun teen party. A little imagination can go a long way.

At last, the key to the Halloween Mixed-up Mystery Menu.
1. Fork: Witch’s Broom
2. Knife: Devilish Dagger
3. Spoon: Skeleton Shovel
4. Sauce: Bat’s Blood
5. Garlic Bread: Vampire Venom
6. Parmesan Cheese: Moldy Bones
7. Spaghetti: Mummy Brains
8. Green Salad: Goblin Guts
9. Drink: Wormy Juice
10. Fruit with Spider Toothpick: Spider Slime
11. Cupcake: Head of Hedwig
12. Vanilla Ice Cream with Fly: Ghostly Goo


  1. Cute! I love all the great names!!!

    No, I haven’t heard anything from him. It’s very frustrating. But I also don’t know where he is right now. Last week he was in Russia.

    kimber    Friday, October 23, 2009
  2. My husband and I typically have a mystery dinner once a year and the "code words" for the menu are sometimes the hardest to do. I’m going to keep this in mind and for next year! Thanks for sharing!

    April    Friday, October 23, 2009
  3. trey is having a party tonight and i made those owl cupcakes they are so cute! thanks for the idea

    sara    Friday, October 23, 2009
  4. What fun ideas! I’ll have to pass this along to my sisters. They get into Halloween big time. Love your creativity!

    Tara McCausland    Monday, October 26, 2009
  5. Really creative, as always, Brittany! The food looks amazing!

    Karen Wilson, lillybelle Designs    Thursday, October 29, 2009

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