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Frankenstein fingers and sheep's eyes

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Frankenstein fingers
  • Serves: 4

  • Prep time:

  • Skill level: Easy peasy

  • Costs: Cheap as chips

 

For a frightening Halloween feast, kids will love these chunky Frankenstein fingers made with chunky carrots - perfect for dipping

Ingredients

  • 1 tub guacamole, houmous or any other dip
  • 5 baby carrots
  • 4 large carrots
  • Stuffed green olives
  • Red grapes
  • Almond flakes
  • Sour cream

Method

  1. Fill a small bowl with ready-made guacamole, houmous or otherfavourite dip.
  2. Take 5 baby carrots and take a thin slice off the tipof each. Then use the knife to make a small incision at the base ofthis cut and push a flaked almond into the slot to look like fingernails!
  3. Arrange the carrots into the dip so they look like fingers.
  4. For the sheep's eyes, peel 4 carrots and thickly slice. Slice a fewgreen stuffed olives and red grapes.
  5. Top each carrot slice with a blob of sour cream and the slicedgrapes or olives. Arrange the eyes in pairs on a serving plate.
Recipe courtesy of britishcarrots.co.uk

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Cathy

Mix mayonnaise, finely grated cheese and pesto for "slime dip" that kids love- cheap too!

patricia king

this looks like a good idea to make for halloween so me and my mate are going to make it

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