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Zombie Boogers

Zombie Boogers

These ones are okay to eat in public

Courtesy of McCormick

Don’t let the name spook you! Zombie Boogers are a perfectly kid-friendly Halloween treat. Tint the sticky-sweet butter syrup with McCormick® Food Colors, toss over popcorn and bake to create a greenish treat that resembles … well, you know what!

Recipe courtesy of McCormick

Ingredients

  • 10 Cups plain popped popcorn
  • 1 Cup sugar
  • 1/2 Cup (1 stick) butter
  • 1/4 Cup light corn syrup
  • 20 drops McCormick® Yellow Food Color
  • 10 drops McCormick® Green Food Color
  • 3/4 Teaspoons baking soda

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Think of Deviled Eggs, but with Kimchi! Mix chopped Kimchi with yolk, giving an extra kick to the ordinary deviled eggs.

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11 Korean Recipes That Will Put You In The Halloween Spirit

With Halloween just around the corner, try some of these Korean inspired Halloween dishes to take your ordinary celebration to another level. Perfect appetizers, desserts, and even drinks that are fun and scary… all while delicious, of course.

Similar to the Korean Steamed buns, this recipe tweaks the recipe to make the pumpkin-like bread instead. You can also add sweet potato fillings instead of the pumpkin!

Source: Littlemissbento

How about this little mixture of kimbap and the fun of Halloween together? Try it with little monster faces. Easy and simple to make, yet very creative. All you need is roasted seaweed, eggs, rice and some ham.

Source: Gildedgingerbread

Do not let the visual presentation of this dish decrease your appetite. After all, this is to be served as an Appetizer! Re-think what you can make with one avocado, cream cheese, seasoned cooked sushi rice, smoked salmon and red tobiko (flying fish roe).

Source: The food network

These little cute rice ghosts are a very simple recipe to make yet extremely cute. Season the rice with vinegar and sesame oil, and cut out cute face shapes with seaweed.

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5. Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

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Maybe you could take a handful of Zombie boogers while watching your favorite Halloween flick this year. Enjoy this simple creative recipe using Matcha powder and popcorn.

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9. Hand-pulled cotton candy (Witch’s Hair)

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10. Milkis eyeball jelly drink

Give an extra edge to your Halloween drink. Mix Fanta with the Korean milky soda called Milkis for this skin-crawling Halloween drink! (Note: the eyeballs are actually lychee!)

Source: Kimchieveryday

Think of Deviled Eggs, but with Kimchi! Mix chopped Kimchi with yolk, giving an extra kick to the ordinary deviled eggs.

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With Halloween just around the corner, try some of these Korean inspired Halloween dishes to take your ordinary celebration to another level. Perfect appetizers, desserts, and even drinks that are fun and scary… all while delicious, of course.

Similar to the Korean Steamed buns, this recipe tweaks the recipe to make the pumpkin-like bread instead. You can also add sweet potato fillings instead of the pumpkin!

Source: Littlemissbento

How about this little mixture of kimbap and the fun of Halloween together? Try it with little monster faces. Easy and simple to make, yet very creative. All you need is roasted seaweed, eggs, rice and some ham.

Source: Gildedgingerbread

Do not let the visual presentation of this dish decrease your appetite. After all, this is to be served as an Appetizer! Re-think what you can make with one avocado, cream cheese, seasoned cooked sushi rice, smoked salmon and red tobiko (flying fish roe).

Source: The food network

These little cute rice ghosts are a very simple recipe to make yet extremely cute. Season the rice with vinegar and sesame oil, and cut out cute face shapes with seaweed.

Source: Aibento

5. Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

If you like a bit of spicy, you could try this pan of spicy Korean beef noodles. It’s a simple Korean marinade with ramen noodles, onions, and mushrooms. This meal will take less than 30 minutes to prepare!

Source: lecremedelacrumb

Maybe you could take a handful of Zombie boogers while watching your favorite Halloween flick this year. Enjoy this simple creative recipe using Matcha powder and popcorn.

Source: Mindovermunch

Many Koreans enjoy eating Chicken feet on a regular basis. But it makes a spooky dish that’s perfect for Halloween. It all depends on how you plate!

Source: Chinasichuanfood

Many of you may already know this simple, yet fun recipe. Try this one and serve with ketchup to make it a bloody festival of sea-aliens!

Source: Pinterest

9. Hand-pulled cotton candy (Witch’s Hair)

Make silky strands of dragon’s beard candy and have a bit of extra fun. You could pull it out and make a spider web to decorate your house for Halloween as well.

Source: Eater

10. Milkis eyeball jelly drink

Give an extra edge to your Halloween drink. Mix Fanta with the Korean milky soda called Milkis for this skin-crawling Halloween drink! (Note: the eyeballs are actually lychee!)

Source: Kimchieveryday

Think of Deviled Eggs, but with Kimchi! Mix chopped Kimchi with yolk, giving an extra kick to the ordinary deviled eggs.

Source: Tastingtable


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With Halloween just around the corner, try some of these Korean inspired Halloween dishes to take your ordinary celebration to another level. Perfect appetizers, desserts, and even drinks that are fun and scary… all while delicious, of course.

Similar to the Korean Steamed buns, this recipe tweaks the recipe to make the pumpkin-like bread instead. You can also add sweet potato fillings instead of the pumpkin!

Source: Littlemissbento

How about this little mixture of kimbap and the fun of Halloween together? Try it with little monster faces. Easy and simple to make, yet very creative. All you need is roasted seaweed, eggs, rice and some ham.

Source: Gildedgingerbread

Do not let the visual presentation of this dish decrease your appetite. After all, this is to be served as an Appetizer! Re-think what you can make with one avocado, cream cheese, seasoned cooked sushi rice, smoked salmon and red tobiko (flying fish roe).

Source: The food network

These little cute rice ghosts are a very simple recipe to make yet extremely cute. Season the rice with vinegar and sesame oil, and cut out cute face shapes with seaweed.

Source: Aibento

5. Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

If you like a bit of spicy, you could try this pan of spicy Korean beef noodles. It’s a simple Korean marinade with ramen noodles, onions, and mushrooms. This meal will take less than 30 minutes to prepare!

Source: lecremedelacrumb

Maybe you could take a handful of Zombie boogers while watching your favorite Halloween flick this year. Enjoy this simple creative recipe using Matcha powder and popcorn.

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Many Koreans enjoy eating Chicken feet on a regular basis. But it makes a spooky dish that’s perfect for Halloween. It all depends on how you plate!

Source: Chinasichuanfood

Many of you may already know this simple, yet fun recipe. Try this one and serve with ketchup to make it a bloody festival of sea-aliens!

Source: Pinterest

9. Hand-pulled cotton candy (Witch’s Hair)

Make silky strands of dragon’s beard candy and have a bit of extra fun. You could pull it out and make a spider web to decorate your house for Halloween as well.

Source: Eater

10. Milkis eyeball jelly drink

Give an extra edge to your Halloween drink. Mix Fanta with the Korean milky soda called Milkis for this skin-crawling Halloween drink! (Note: the eyeballs are actually lychee!)

Source: Kimchieveryday

Think of Deviled Eggs, but with Kimchi! Mix chopped Kimchi with yolk, giving an extra kick to the ordinary deviled eggs.

Source: Tastingtable


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With Halloween just around the corner, try some of these Korean inspired Halloween dishes to take your ordinary celebration to another level. Perfect appetizers, desserts, and even drinks that are fun and scary… all while delicious, of course.

Similar to the Korean Steamed buns, this recipe tweaks the recipe to make the pumpkin-like bread instead. You can also add sweet potato fillings instead of the pumpkin!

Source: Littlemissbento

How about this little mixture of kimbap and the fun of Halloween together? Try it with little monster faces. Easy and simple to make, yet very creative. All you need is roasted seaweed, eggs, rice and some ham.

Source: Gildedgingerbread

Do not let the visual presentation of this dish decrease your appetite. After all, this is to be served as an Appetizer! Re-think what you can make with one avocado, cream cheese, seasoned cooked sushi rice, smoked salmon and red tobiko (flying fish roe).

Source: The food network

These little cute rice ghosts are a very simple recipe to make yet extremely cute. Season the rice with vinegar and sesame oil, and cut out cute face shapes with seaweed.

Source: Aibento

5. Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

If you like a bit of spicy, you could try this pan of spicy Korean beef noodles. It’s a simple Korean marinade with ramen noodles, onions, and mushrooms. This meal will take less than 30 minutes to prepare!

Source: lecremedelacrumb

Maybe you could take a handful of Zombie boogers while watching your favorite Halloween flick this year. Enjoy this simple creative recipe using Matcha powder and popcorn.

Source: Mindovermunch

Many Koreans enjoy eating Chicken feet on a regular basis. But it makes a spooky dish that’s perfect for Halloween. It all depends on how you plate!

Source: Chinasichuanfood

Many of you may already know this simple, yet fun recipe. Try this one and serve with ketchup to make it a bloody festival of sea-aliens!

Source: Pinterest

9. Hand-pulled cotton candy (Witch’s Hair)

Make silky strands of dragon’s beard candy and have a bit of extra fun. You could pull it out and make a spider web to decorate your house for Halloween as well.

Source: Eater

10. Milkis eyeball jelly drink

Give an extra edge to your Halloween drink. Mix Fanta with the Korean milky soda called Milkis for this skin-crawling Halloween drink! (Note: the eyeballs are actually lychee!)

Source: Kimchieveryday

Think of Deviled Eggs, but with Kimchi! Mix chopped Kimchi with yolk, giving an extra kick to the ordinary deviled eggs.

Source: Tastingtable


11 Korean Recipes That Will Put You In The Halloween Spirit

With Halloween just around the corner, try some of these Korean inspired Halloween dishes to take your ordinary celebration to another level. Perfect appetizers, desserts, and even drinks that are fun and scary… all while delicious, of course.

Similar to the Korean Steamed buns, this recipe tweaks the recipe to make the pumpkin-like bread instead. You can also add sweet potato fillings instead of the pumpkin!

Source: Littlemissbento

How about this little mixture of kimbap and the fun of Halloween together? Try it with little monster faces. Easy and simple to make, yet very creative. All you need is roasted seaweed, eggs, rice and some ham.

Source: Gildedgingerbread

Do not let the visual presentation of this dish decrease your appetite. After all, this is to be served as an Appetizer! Re-think what you can make with one avocado, cream cheese, seasoned cooked sushi rice, smoked salmon and red tobiko (flying fish roe).

Source: The food network

These little cute rice ghosts are a very simple recipe to make yet extremely cute. Season the rice with vinegar and sesame oil, and cut out cute face shapes with seaweed.

Source: Aibento

5. Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

If you like a bit of spicy, you could try this pan of spicy Korean beef noodles. It’s a simple Korean marinade with ramen noodles, onions, and mushrooms. This meal will take less than 30 minutes to prepare!

Source: lecremedelacrumb

Maybe you could take a handful of Zombie boogers while watching your favorite Halloween flick this year. Enjoy this simple creative recipe using Matcha powder and popcorn.

Source: Mindovermunch

Many Koreans enjoy eating Chicken feet on a regular basis. But it makes a spooky dish that’s perfect for Halloween. It all depends on how you plate!

Source: Chinasichuanfood

Many of you may already know this simple, yet fun recipe. Try this one and serve with ketchup to make it a bloody festival of sea-aliens!

Source: Pinterest

9. Hand-pulled cotton candy (Witch’s Hair)

Make silky strands of dragon’s beard candy and have a bit of extra fun. You could pull it out and make a spider web to decorate your house for Halloween as well.

Source: Eater

10. Milkis eyeball jelly drink

Give an extra edge to your Halloween drink. Mix Fanta with the Korean milky soda called Milkis for this skin-crawling Halloween drink! (Note: the eyeballs are actually lychee!)

Source: Kimchieveryday

Think of Deviled Eggs, but with Kimchi! Mix chopped Kimchi with yolk, giving an extra kick to the ordinary deviled eggs.

Source: Tastingtable


11 Korean Recipes That Will Put You In The Halloween Spirit

With Halloween just around the corner, try some of these Korean inspired Halloween dishes to take your ordinary celebration to another level. Perfect appetizers, desserts, and even drinks that are fun and scary… all while delicious, of course.

Similar to the Korean Steamed buns, this recipe tweaks the recipe to make the pumpkin-like bread instead. You can also add sweet potato fillings instead of the pumpkin!

Source: Littlemissbento

How about this little mixture of kimbap and the fun of Halloween together? Try it with little monster faces. Easy and simple to make, yet very creative. All you need is roasted seaweed, eggs, rice and some ham.

Source: Gildedgingerbread

Do not let the visual presentation of this dish decrease your appetite. After all, this is to be served as an Appetizer! Re-think what you can make with one avocado, cream cheese, seasoned cooked sushi rice, smoked salmon and red tobiko (flying fish roe).

Source: The food network

These little cute rice ghosts are a very simple recipe to make yet extremely cute. Season the rice with vinegar and sesame oil, and cut out cute face shapes with seaweed.

Source: Aibento

5. Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

If you like a bit of spicy, you could try this pan of spicy Korean beef noodles. It’s a simple Korean marinade with ramen noodles, onions, and mushrooms. This meal will take less than 30 minutes to prepare!

Source: lecremedelacrumb

Maybe you could take a handful of Zombie boogers while watching your favorite Halloween flick this year. Enjoy this simple creative recipe using Matcha powder and popcorn.

Source: Mindovermunch

Many Koreans enjoy eating Chicken feet on a regular basis. But it makes a spooky dish that’s perfect for Halloween. It all depends on how you plate!

Source: Chinasichuanfood

Many of you may already know this simple, yet fun recipe. Try this one and serve with ketchup to make it a bloody festival of sea-aliens!

Source: Pinterest

9. Hand-pulled cotton candy (Witch’s Hair)

Make silky strands of dragon’s beard candy and have a bit of extra fun. You could pull it out and make a spider web to decorate your house for Halloween as well.

Source: Eater

10. Milkis eyeball jelly drink

Give an extra edge to your Halloween drink. Mix Fanta with the Korean milky soda called Milkis for this skin-crawling Halloween drink! (Note: the eyeballs are actually lychee!)

Source: Kimchieveryday

Think of Deviled Eggs, but with Kimchi! Mix chopped Kimchi with yolk, giving an extra kick to the ordinary deviled eggs.

Source: Tastingtable


11 Korean Recipes That Will Put You In The Halloween Spirit

With Halloween just around the corner, try some of these Korean inspired Halloween dishes to take your ordinary celebration to another level. Perfect appetizers, desserts, and even drinks that are fun and scary… all while delicious, of course.

Similar to the Korean Steamed buns, this recipe tweaks the recipe to make the pumpkin-like bread instead. You can also add sweet potato fillings instead of the pumpkin!

Source: Littlemissbento

How about this little mixture of kimbap and the fun of Halloween together? Try it with little monster faces. Easy and simple to make, yet very creative. All you need is roasted seaweed, eggs, rice and some ham.

Source: Gildedgingerbread

Do not let the visual presentation of this dish decrease your appetite. After all, this is to be served as an Appetizer! Re-think what you can make with one avocado, cream cheese, seasoned cooked sushi rice, smoked salmon and red tobiko (flying fish roe).

Source: The food network

These little cute rice ghosts are a very simple recipe to make yet extremely cute. Season the rice with vinegar and sesame oil, and cut out cute face shapes with seaweed.

Source: Aibento

5. Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

If you like a bit of spicy, you could try this pan of spicy Korean beef noodles. It’s a simple Korean marinade with ramen noodles, onions, and mushrooms. This meal will take less than 30 minutes to prepare!

Source: lecremedelacrumb

Maybe you could take a handful of Zombie boogers while watching your favorite Halloween flick this year. Enjoy this simple creative recipe using Matcha powder and popcorn.

Source: Mindovermunch

Many Koreans enjoy eating Chicken feet on a regular basis. But it makes a spooky dish that’s perfect for Halloween. It all depends on how you plate!

Source: Chinasichuanfood

Many of you may already know this simple, yet fun recipe. Try this one and serve with ketchup to make it a bloody festival of sea-aliens!

Source: Pinterest

9. Hand-pulled cotton candy (Witch’s Hair)

Make silky strands of dragon’s beard candy and have a bit of extra fun. You could pull it out and make a spider web to decorate your house for Halloween as well.

Source: Eater

10. Milkis eyeball jelly drink

Give an extra edge to your Halloween drink. Mix Fanta with the Korean milky soda called Milkis for this skin-crawling Halloween drink! (Note: the eyeballs are actually lychee!)

Source: Kimchieveryday

Think of Deviled Eggs, but with Kimchi! Mix chopped Kimchi with yolk, giving an extra kick to the ordinary deviled eggs.

Source: Tastingtable


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With Halloween just around the corner, try some of these Korean inspired Halloween dishes to take your ordinary celebration to another level. Perfect appetizers, desserts, and even drinks that are fun and scary… all while delicious, of course.

Similar to the Korean Steamed buns, this recipe tweaks the recipe to make the pumpkin-like bread instead. You can also add sweet potato fillings instead of the pumpkin!

Source: Littlemissbento

How about this little mixture of kimbap and the fun of Halloween together? Try it with little monster faces. Easy and simple to make, yet very creative. All you need is roasted seaweed, eggs, rice and some ham.

Source: Gildedgingerbread

Do not let the visual presentation of this dish decrease your appetite. After all, this is to be served as an Appetizer! Re-think what you can make with one avocado, cream cheese, seasoned cooked sushi rice, smoked salmon and red tobiko (flying fish roe).

Source: The food network

These little cute rice ghosts are a very simple recipe to make yet extremely cute. Season the rice with vinegar and sesame oil, and cut out cute face shapes with seaweed.

Source: Aibento

5. Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

If you like a bit of spicy, you could try this pan of spicy Korean beef noodles. It’s a simple Korean marinade with ramen noodles, onions, and mushrooms. This meal will take less than 30 minutes to prepare!

Source: lecremedelacrumb

Maybe you could take a handful of Zombie boogers while watching your favorite Halloween flick this year. Enjoy this simple creative recipe using Matcha powder and popcorn.

Source: Mindovermunch

Many Koreans enjoy eating Chicken feet on a regular basis. But it makes a spooky dish that’s perfect for Halloween. It all depends on how you plate!

Source: Chinasichuanfood

Many of you may already know this simple, yet fun recipe. Try this one and serve with ketchup to make it a bloody festival of sea-aliens!

Source: Pinterest

9. Hand-pulled cotton candy (Witch’s Hair)

Make silky strands of dragon’s beard candy and have a bit of extra fun. You could pull it out and make a spider web to decorate your house for Halloween as well.

Source: Eater

10. Milkis eyeball jelly drink

Give an extra edge to your Halloween drink. Mix Fanta with the Korean milky soda called Milkis for this skin-crawling Halloween drink! (Note: the eyeballs are actually lychee!)

Source: Kimchieveryday

Think of Deviled Eggs, but with Kimchi! Mix chopped Kimchi with yolk, giving an extra kick to the ordinary deviled eggs.

Source: Tastingtable


11 Korean Recipes That Will Put You In The Halloween Spirit

With Halloween just around the corner, try some of these Korean inspired Halloween dishes to take your ordinary celebration to another level. Perfect appetizers, desserts, and even drinks that are fun and scary… all while delicious, of course.

Similar to the Korean Steamed buns, this recipe tweaks the recipe to make the pumpkin-like bread instead. You can also add sweet potato fillings instead of the pumpkin!

Source: Littlemissbento

How about this little mixture of kimbap and the fun of Halloween together? Try it with little monster faces. Easy and simple to make, yet very creative. All you need is roasted seaweed, eggs, rice and some ham.

Source: Gildedgingerbread

Do not let the visual presentation of this dish decrease your appetite. After all, this is to be served as an Appetizer! Re-think what you can make with one avocado, cream cheese, seasoned cooked sushi rice, smoked salmon and red tobiko (flying fish roe).

Source: The food network

These little cute rice ghosts are a very simple recipe to make yet extremely cute. Season the rice with vinegar and sesame oil, and cut out cute face shapes with seaweed.

Source: Aibento

5. Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

If you like a bit of spicy, you could try this pan of spicy Korean beef noodles. It’s a simple Korean marinade with ramen noodles, onions, and mushrooms. This meal will take less than 30 minutes to prepare!

Source: lecremedelacrumb

Maybe you could take a handful of Zombie boogers while watching your favorite Halloween flick this year. Enjoy this simple creative recipe using Matcha powder and popcorn.

Source: Mindovermunch

Many Koreans enjoy eating Chicken feet on a regular basis. But it makes a spooky dish that’s perfect for Halloween. It all depends on how you plate!

Source: Chinasichuanfood

Many of you may already know this simple, yet fun recipe. Try this one and serve with ketchup to make it a bloody festival of sea-aliens!

Source: Pinterest

9. Hand-pulled cotton candy (Witch’s Hair)

Make silky strands of dragon’s beard candy and have a bit of extra fun. You could pull it out and make a spider web to decorate your house for Halloween as well.

Source: Eater

10. Milkis eyeball jelly drink

Give an extra edge to your Halloween drink. Mix Fanta with the Korean milky soda called Milkis for this skin-crawling Halloween drink! (Note: the eyeballs are actually lychee!)

Source: Kimchieveryday

Think of Deviled Eggs, but with Kimchi! Mix chopped Kimchi with yolk, giving an extra kick to the ordinary deviled eggs.

Source: Tastingtable


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