FTC Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by Tyson Foods, Inc. But the enjoyment of getting creative in the kitchen is entirely our own.
This year, Christian and I participated in a fun campaign hosted by Tyson Foods. We were tasked with a challenge: come up with Halloween twists on some of our favorite Tyson products.
The result? A menagerie of spooky-yet-tasty appetizers for a neighborhood party.
On the menu:
Bat Wings: Tyson Any’tizers BBQ Wings
Mummy Dogs- Ball Park Hot Dogs wrapped in a crescent roll (we also had a corn dog version)
Spider Web Chicken- Tyson Any’tizers Chicken Fries and a tasty sauce
Graveyard Nuggets- Tyson Chicken Nuggets Dipped in our fave bbq sauce
Monster Toes- Hillshire Farms Lit’l Smokies with a dot of bbq sauce for the creep factor
I’d say they were a hit! My brother singlehandedly tried to eat all of the bat wings and mummy dogs.
Although I had fun putting this together, what amazed me was seeing how creative other people got with their creepy cuisine creations. Let’s check out some of my favorites.
The Tip Toe Fairy made chicken fingers…literally.
Lisa Collins from Mom on the Side transformed State Fair Mini Corn Dogs into an evil centipede. So creative!
Blender Mom took Hillshire Farms Lit’l Smokies to next-level creepiness.
The Shirley Journey created these adorable pumpkins out of Tyson Any’tizers® Boneless Chicken Wyngz (Buffalo Style).
Toot’s Mom is Tired transformed Sweet & Spicy Bourbon Tyson Any’tizers Boneless Wyngz into creepy crawly spiders and used mozzarella cheese to mummify a Ballpark Hot Dog.
Check out all of the spooky recipes on the #WMDeliciousDisguises tagboard to get ideas for your Halloween get-together.