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Sometimes its nice to have other snacks to offer when putting on a halloween bash – so I made my homemade ranch dip to go with the new Spicy Buffalo Wheat Thins. Wheat Thins are such a good wholesome snack for kids, and I love giving JP the regular ones as a snack for school. I’m just not sure how he will feel about Spicy Buffalo.. Doesn’t matter though, because this ranch dip is for the grown-ups at the party anyway! #CollectiveBias
Lets not forget the limited edition Oreo cookies! With the orange filling and spooky designs embossed on one side, and the other being the classic Oreo that we’ve all known for years. My favorite way to eat them is still to take them apart like I did when I was a kid, starting with the filling and a big cold glass of milk. How do you eat your Oreos?? #SpookySnacks
We caught our first glimpse of this idea this weekend while shopping at Walmart. They had one of those nice little demos going on in-store where they feed you! Being very pregnant and very hungry, I sure do LOVE stumbling into these displays while at the store!
JP rode around in the shopping cart while he enjoyed an Oreo cookie and I snagged a little drop of yummy orange Fanta – that really hit spot! I don’t normally buy orange soda, but a little taste gave me a quick reminder of how much I really do like it, so I grabbed a bottle along with some Wheat Thins and Oreo cookies. I had to check the regular aisle where the crackers were located to find the Spicy Buffalo flavor along with some other favorites like ranch and lime.
They were kinda tucked away, those plastic hanging things with the knick-knacks on them always seem to get in the way of what I’m looking for!
I found the halloween oreos located on its own little display in the middle of the aisles, and grabbed some of those as well.
Later that day, I was excited to see how my homemade dip would taste with the Spicy Buffalo Wheat Thins.. Here’s the recipe:
- 1 cup of mayo
- 1/2 cup sour cream
- 1/2 tsp dried chives
- 1/2 tsp dried parsley
- 1/2 tsp dill weed
- 1/4 tsp garlic powder
- 1/4 tsp onion powder
- 1/8 tsp salt
- 1/8 tsp pepper
Mix it all together in a bowl, chill and serve! Its supposed to look like plain white ranch dip, but I added a little bit of orange food coloring just for fun.
This will make the perfect ‘non-sweet’ appetizer to lay out at my halloween get-together on Friday! Do you have any special plans for halloween this year? I’d love to hear about them!