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How to bewitch your party guests this Halloween.

1.Give your vegie pizza a mummy make-over.
2.Conjure up a “Wickedly Spicy Witch Dip”.
3.Reawaken Brie en Croute as a “Dreamy Dracula”.
4.Mold hamburgers into “Hand-Burgers”.
5.Reshape calzones into bones.
6.Bring to life a spinach/artichoke Frankenstein.
7.Transform toadstools into tapenade.
8.Create “Cackling Crackers”.
9.Transfigure won tons into werewolves.
10.Turn a cheese-ball into a cauldron.

This Halloween, transform simple recipes into remarkable party food that will leave your guests spellbound. You will find innovative techniques for creating these enchanting recipes in the new cookbook, Hungry Halloween featuring Movie Monster Munchies, Bewitched Buffet, and Dead Man's Diner. Each of the 46 imaginative recipes in Hungry Halloween is complimented by a vibrant full color photograph and detailed step-by-step instructions, so replication is simple enough for a kitchen novice but enticing enough for a kitchen wiz.

Author, event planner, and chocolatier, Beth Jackson Klosterboer, has been cooking up themed cuisine for over 20 years and created this vampire pizza recipe that will cast a spell on your guests and have them dying to take a bite.

Count Pizzala - Vampire Pizza
1 tube refrigerated pizza dough (11 oz.)
1/2 cup pizza sauce
2 1/2 cups mozzarella cheese
1 cup jumbo pitted black olives, drained
1 (4”-5”) strip roasted red pepper or sun-dried tomato
2 narrow garlic cloves, peeled
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Line a 12” x 18” baking pan with parchment paper. Unroll pizza dough onto the parchment lined pan. Cut a 10” circle in the center of the dough. Remove the excess dough and lay out on a cutting board. Cut three 2 1/2” circles from the excess dough. Place two of the small circles of dough on either side of the large dough circle to form the vampire's ears. Roll the remaining dough circle into a ball and place on the large dough circle for the vampire's nose. Bake for 6-7 minutes until the dough is lightly golden brown.
Remove from oven and add toppings. Spread pizza sauce over entire dough except for the nose. Sprinkle cheese over sauce. Cut one jumbo black olive in half lengthwise. These olive halves will be the vampire's eyes. Place above and to either side of his nose. Finely chop remaining olives. The olives will become the vampire's hair. Sprinkle the chopped olives all along the top of the vampire's head forming his pointed brow. Add the strip of roasted red pepper for his mouth and attach two garlic clove fangs. If your garlic cloves aren't shaped like a fang, cut them into a curved point. Return to oven and bake for 6-10 minutes until the cheese is melted and bubbly. Serve hot.

For step-by-step photos of this vampire pizza and more Halloween recipes, visit http://www.HungryHalloween.com.
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