Spider Bread Dip Bowl [Fun Food for Halloween]

Halloween calls for spooky treats and this spider bread dip bowl is fitting for any Halloween party! Easy to make, this spider is certainly a fun food for Halloween.

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Spooky season holds a special place in my heart. Growing up, I hosted a Halloween party every year. 

Those parties were filled with decorations, tons of party food, and plenty of costumed kids running around. My parents were probably trying their best to play ring leaders with that many crazy kids set free, but isn’t that what Halloween’s about?

Fun Food for Halloween

There were no spider bread bowls at those childhood parties however the sherbet punch was always a favorite.If you’ve never had sherbet punch, it’s basically a concoction of white soda, fruit juice, and sherbet. It’s really a kid’s dream drink!

 

We haven’t hosted a Halloween party in years, however this past weekend our small group was getting together as usual as this week’s fun food was Halloween themed. That meant making easy bread spider accompanied by veggies and dip with a sweeter caramel cheesecake apple dip on the side. Hopefully, next week I’ll share the details on the caramel cheesecake dip because it was s delicious!

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How to Make a Spider Bread Dip Bowl

Using frozen rolls, this spider bread dip bowl is easy to assemble and pairs well with cold or warm dips.

Ingredients

  • 16 Thaw & Rise Frozen Rolls
  • 1 Egg White
  • Cooking Spray
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Prep

  1. Take out 16 rolls to thaw. We used Rhodes. Spray a baking sheet with non-stick spray.
  2. Using 10 rolls, make the body. 4 rolls for the head. 
  3. Using half a roll, make a long strand ~10″ for the front leg. Repeat 3 more times.
  4. Using half a roll, make a long strand ~12″ for the back leg. Repeat 3 more times.
  5. Assemble all the spider parts and loosely cover with plastic. Let rise in a warm location for about an hour.
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Cooking

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Brush spider with egg white.
  2. Bake spider for 30-35 minutes, until golden brown. 
  3. Let cool slightly before cutting a hole in the body for your dip.

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Kitchen Tools for Spider Bread

Pro Tips

  1. To reduce the number of rolls used, make a ball out of aluminum foil to form dough around so you won’t have to cut it out later.
  2. Cut two small slits in the face for eyes. We used pieces of black olives.
  3. Try a warm dip like this baked brie recipe

Tell us in the comments below: What’s your favorite type of party dip?

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