Halloween Party Ideas: How to Make Jack 'o Lantern Bell Pepper Serving Bowls by 30Seconds Food

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Halloween Party Ideas: How to Make Jack 'o Lantern Bell Pepper Serving Bowls

Vegetable trays are a staple at most parties. This Halloween, up the creative factor on your tray by making these cute pumpkin serving bowls out of bell peppers. 

You'll need: 

Here's how to make them:

  1. Cut the tops off of the bell peppers. Carefully remove the seeds. 
  2. With a sharp knife, very carefully cut a jack 'o lantern face into each bell pepper.
  3. Test the bell peppers and make sure they will stand up. If not, slice a very thin amount off the bottom to stabilize.
  4. Fill with cut up vegetables and place on a serving platter along with a bowl of ranch for dipping. 

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Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
This is so clever! What a cute and healthy snack idea for Halloween!

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