Monster Mash #SundaySupper

Halloween is just around the corner and our #SundaySupper group wanted to share our ghoulish favorites with you!

My friend Leslie from La Cocina de Leslie is hosting the Trick-or-Treat Halloween Party!
Witches, ghosts, goblins, vampires, zombies, monsters…  Everyone is invited.  You don’t want to miss this hair-raising party.  It’s sure to be a real scream!

I’m bringing Monster Mashed Potatoes. They’re so easy and kids love to make and eat them!

Monster Mash Potatoes

Ingredients

  • 2 large baking potatoes, cooked
  • 1 Tablespoon sour cream
  • 1/4 bl smoked gouda, thin sliced
  • bacon bits, pork or turkey

1. Carefully slice potatoes in half and scoop out centers. Place mashing potato into bowl.
2. Add sour cream and mash it like you mean it! You can sing Monster Mash while you do this. It’s okay if you dance too! :)


3. Replace potato mixture into coffin skin and shape into monster.

4. Add bacon bits for its face, hair, etc whatever you like!

5. Cover your monster with its cheese blanket (it gets cold down in the tomb!)
and place it in the oven or microwave to reheat and melt the cheese. Serve as a side, appetizer, or snack!

Need more great Halloween meal and party ideas?

Check out what’s on the menu for our Trick-or-Treat #SundaySupper Halloween Party:

Bewitching Brews:

Ghoulish Gruel:

Haunted Snacks:

Spooky Sweets:

 

Please be sure you join us on Twitter throughout the day, this Sunday (October 28th) during #SundaySupper.  We’ll be meeting up at 7:00 pm (Eastern) for our weekly #SundaySupper live chat where we’ll talk about all things Halloween.  All you have to do is follow the #SundaySupper hashtag, or you can follow us through TweetChat.
We’d also love to feature your favorite Halloween recipes on our #SundaySupper Pinterest board and share them with all of our followers, too.

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45 Responses to Monster Mash #SundaySupper

  1. Choc Chip Uru says:

    Hahahaha this is so cute… I mean scary ;)
    And delicious!

    Cheers
    CCU

  2. Love the potato casket Cindy, it sure sounds like a delicious way to eat mashed potatoes! Have a great sunday!

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  14. These are fantastic! Who doesn't love twice-baked potatoes …and then the fun Halloween theme- ingenius!

  15. Katie says:

    What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  17. Tammi says:

    I just want to bite into this little treat!! What a creative idea! Love it. Happy Halloween!

  18. taranoland says:

    Hilarious!! That is a great idea, I love it!!

  19. Megan says:

    Great idea for twice baked potatoes!!!

  20. bigbearswife says:

    oh my goodness it's that great!

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  24. zeitgeistnorthwest says:

    How fun!!! My kids would love this :) ~ Bea

  25. suesnutritionbuzz says:

    Cindy, these are cute and yummy and healthy !!!! Love the sleeping mummies. My kids will get a kick out of it !! Making it !

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  28. I love mashed potatoes–never thought of adding smoked gouda, but I see I need to correct that now!

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  30. shockinglydelicious says:

    Love this so much!

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  32. yummysmells says:

    wish we had these growing up!

  33. sheilaly says:

    So many things in monster mash. Who knew? Thanks for sharing!

  34. smallwalletbigappetite says:

    This reminds me of twice baked potatoes. It is such a great idea I bet the kids love help making their own monster

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  36. crispybitsnburntends says:

    what a fun recipe! I bet my son would love this.

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  38. How cute are these! What a fun idea for potatoes!

  39. Brandie says:

    Very creepy!! My youngest son would totally get a kick out of something like this.

  40. cravingsofalunatic says:

    Omg they are so adorably creepy. Way to get into the spirit. Love this so much Cindy.

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