Hungry Happenings: Stuffed Pizza Skulls plus a Halloween Giveaway from Wilton

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Stuffed Pizza Skulls plus a Halloween Giveaway from Wilton


Pizza, stuffed inside a skull is easier to make than you'd ever imagine. 

I remember about 5 years ago asking a local bakery if they could make some skull shaped bread for our Halloween party. Sadly, they couldn't. Now, thanks to Wilton's 3-D Mini Skull Pan, I don't don't need the help of a bakery. I can make any kind of bread shaped like a human skull using the pan, and can even stuff the skulls full of gooey cheese and pizza toppings. 

One lucky winner is going to win one of Wilton's cool skull pans plus a bunch of other fun Halloween prizes, so be sure to enter the giveaway at the end of this post. 


I kept my Stuffed Pizza Skulls simple, filling them with sauce, cheese, and mini pepperoni, but they can be filled with anything you like on your pizza. They will make a festive meal for Halloween dinner served alongside a nice salad and will be a fantastic addition to a buffet at your Halloween party.

For your party, you can make and bake these ahead of time, refrigerate them for up to two days or freeze for about a month, then reheat before serving. My husband wasn't home when I made these yesterday afternoon, so I had to pop two of them in the toaster oven for him for dinner last night. He said they tasted just like they came out of the oven. 


Stuffed Pizza Skulls (makes 4)

Ingredients:

butter, to grease the pan
2 rolls Pillsbury Pizza Dough (or homemade, enough for 2 pizzas)*
pizza toppings (I used mini pepperoni)*
6 tablespoons pizza sauce*
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese*
egg wash (1 egg mixed with 1 teaspoon water)

*You'll have scraps of pizza dough that you can use to create mini pizzas, so you'll use more sauce, cheese and toppings for this.

Supplies Needed:

Wilton 3-D Mini Skull Pan
kitchen shears (scissors) or a knife


Butter the inside of the 4 faces in your 3-D skull pan.


Cut pieces of pizza dough (I cut my Pillsbury dough in half) and snuggle them down into the cavities in the pan, being sure you have enough dough to come up over the top all around the opening. 

Fill with your pizza toppings, 1 1/2 tablespoons of sauce, and 1/4 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese. 


You then will need to cut off the excess dough, pinch together the seams using egg wash as glue to hold the seams together. Remove any excess dough. 

You can use the scraps of dough to make some small pizzas for a snack. I didn't try pressing the scraps together to make more skulls. It might work, but I have a feeling the sauce will seep out between the cracks. Of course, that could look kind of creepy and cool.


Brush egg wash over the backside of your skulls to make sure the seems are really well glued together. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Meanwhile, pre-heat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.


Bake for 18-20 minutes until the crust looks cooked through and golden brown. Just a note, the faces of your skulls have been in contact with the pan and will be much more brown, so don't over bake them.


Carefully turn the mold over allowing the skulls to fall out onto your counter. Serve immediately, or refrigerate for up to  two days or freeze for up to a month.


Reheat before serving. I heated two refrigerated skulls in my toaster oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 minutes, which seemed perfect. I'd suggest thawing the skulls in the refrigerator overnight, then heating per above. 


How would you like to win a 3-D Mini Skull Pan from Wilton, so you can make your own stuffed pizzas? Well, here's your chance.

Halloween Giveaway (expired)
sponsored by Wilton

Congratulations to Christina W. entry #1117


Prize Pack Includes:

3-D Mini Skull Pan
Skull Sprinkles
Orange and Black Lollipop Sticks (straws)
Die Cut Skull Cupcake Wrappers
Skeleton Family Candy Decorations
Red Bloodshot Candy Eyes
Large Spooky Eyes
6 Piece Skeleton Cutters

a Rafflecopter giveaway
Giveaway valid in the United States, except where prohibited by law. 
You must be 18 an over to enter.

Giveaway is sponsored by Wilton and I did receive products from them,
but all views expressed here are my own.

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- Beth

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198 comments:

  1. We do a block party for Halloween, and I always do big treat baskets filled with various spooky and creepy yummies. I get a lot of my ideas from your site (thanks!! =) and this pizza skull is a must do!! FAB!

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    1. Sounds like a lot of fun. I think it's great when a neighborhood gets together on Beggars' Night. It makes it festive and safe for the kids.

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  2. this is so amazingly clever! I loooove halloween baking products!!

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  3. Not able to host one this year, but will be attending and bringing treats to contribute!

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  4. I won't be hosting one this year, but I will be attending and bringing treats to contribute!

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  5. I am not planning a party this year but I am planning on making some spooky treats.

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  6. Ok, these are seriously cool. We always have a Halloween party. Last year's theme was zombies, haven't decided on a specific theme for this year. I have silicone candy molds in the shapes of pumpkins, skulls and bones. This pan would be awesome to add to the collection.

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    1. Our zombie party last year was so much fun. It's a great theme for an event. I hope your plans are coming together for your party this year and that you all have a great time.

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  7. OMG! This is the most incredible idea! I don't have a skull pan but I do have a couple of other pans of this type. I'm so going to have to give this a try. Thank you for sharing this.! Now I have to go and get a skull pan. LOLOLOL AWESOME!

    Sar Tann fb

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    1. Thanks! I was really happy with how much detail showed up in the pizzas. They would be great for any holiday baked in any pan like this, but there is just something about the skulls that I really love.

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  8. I just found your site a week or so ago and I have to say I am blown away by all your ideas! LOVING IT!

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  9. I just found your site a week or so ago and I have to say I am blown away by all your ideas! LOVING IT!! We usually have a Halloween party every year with about 30 of us trick or treating together as well! I love Halloween and am looking forward to attempting some of your creations!

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    1. Hi Many, I'm so glad you found Hungry Happenings just in time for Halloween. What fun to have such a huge group go Trick or Treating together. I would have loved that as a kid. I hope you have a wonderful time at your party.

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  10. No Halloween party this year, but we love to have Halloween-y food for dinner any time in October! "Mummy Dogs" are my kids' favorite!

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  11. We are having a Halloween party! I'm so excited! We are doing a pumpkin theme for the food and decor- I don't like scary!

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    1. We were supposed to do a pumpkin carving party this year, but our school system's fall break got in the way. Hope to do it next year. Have a wonderful pumpkin themed party.

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  12. Definitely having a Halloween party this year but there's no real theme. I would LOVE to win all this cool Halloween stuff.

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    1. I hope your Halloween party is a huge success and they you have fun!

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  13. Not hosting this year, but these skull pizza pockets would be awesome for a little pre trick or treat dinner for the kids.

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    1. I totally agree. I think kids would love to have these for dinner before heading out to Trick or Treat.

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  14. Not giving a party this Halloween, but would love to make these for family and friends! I already follow you on Facebook, Bloglovin, Pinterest and by email..:)

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    1. Thanks for following Hungry Happenings! I hope you have a Happy Halloween.

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  15. No seriously! How do you come up with this stuff?! I wish I had your talent!

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  16. Your still the Queen of Halloween. These skulls are so great and when you break them open, so gruesome. I love it. . The way you have them standing up reminds me of Easter Island. I could have so much fun with this givaway. Thank you so much for your brain. Trish Butler

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  17. not hosting a party, but will make these for my friends in the 'hood!

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  18. I don't have a party planned, but I would love to throw a Beetlejuice-themed party. Maybe I'll start planning now for next year!

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  19. My kids would love these pizza rolls!

    You make everything look so fun!

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  20. I'm not throwing a party this year, but I would love to host a Beetlejuice-themed party. Maybe I'll start planning now for next year! :)

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  21. I am co-hosting a Halloween party. I found a recipe to make cider with spiced rum and have shrunken apple heads in the punch bowl. I will try to form the theme around that! It looks so fun and creepy.

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    1. I've seen those shrunken apple heads and you are right, they look kind of creepy. It will be a fun centerpiece on your Halloween party table.

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  22. I will be having a party this year. I love the design elements of Dia de los muertos, so I will probably use that for a theme for decor and food.

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    1. We are hosting a Day of the Dead Party this year, so be sure to check back to see all the fun food we make for our party. I'll start posting some ideas next week.

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  23. They all look so great!
    It may sounds a little bit rude, but If I was a guest at your Halloween party, I would take only photos of your...better to say - ARTWORK :)

    Thank you for the amazing ideas!
    Enjoy a very nice creative time :)

    Greetings!

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    1. Lots of my guests bring cameras and admire my crafty food and decorations. The first year or two, my guests worried about disturbing some of the edible works of art, but after all these years, they just dig in!

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  24. Oh Beth, you've done it again - they are erie sistably spooky and amazing all in one! You really are the best
    when it comes to Halloween!

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  25. I am not throwing a party this year, but I would love to make thees for my sons Kindergarten class and friends. So much fun!

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  26. Probably just something small with the family.

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  27. Your pizzas look great and thanks for the fun give-away! I'm not hosting a party but always look for fun, seasonal goodies to make! I'd love to make rolls in the skull pan for Sunday dinner with my sons:@)

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    1. Thanks, Lynn. Rolls would work great in these pans. One year, I made rolls in much smaller skull pans, and I hollowed them out and served soup in them.

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  28. My theme this year is Day of the Dead and skeletons! What a great giveaway. Sure hope I win! ;-)

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    1. We too are hosting a Day of the Dead party, so be sure to stop by closer to Halloween to see all the fun food we will be serving at our party.

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  29. Could this be any cooler! Thanks so much for this great idea!

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  30. Very cool. I can see this pan being used for so much more.

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  31. I am not hosting a party this year but my child's daycare is and I will be bring Halloween cookies for their party

    khandra.henderson@gmail.com

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  32. So happy I found ur site :) can't wait to try these :) I finally got the pumpkin molds to make the pumpkin truffles :) ur giving such great ideas :)

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  33. These are great for kids young and old!

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  34. no. get to watch my grandson for Halloween so excited

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  35. We have a kids Halloween party and are doing a Witches and Monsters theme this year. Wilcarvic
    [at]gmail[dot[com]]

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    1. Sounds like fun. We did a witch theme a few years ago, and it was a great party. I just posted a really simple popcorn monster recipe today. Be sure to check it out.

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  36. These are so freakin cool I can't even handle it! What a fantastically creative idea!

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

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  37. Bat party! With flying paper bat races, bat cake and bat shape sandwiches. Bats are great for the environment and not dangerous!

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    1. Sounds fun. We were at the zoo yesterday and I was totally fascinated by the bats that were hanging directly over our heads.

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  38. Omg, this is so awesome! You have such awesome ideas Beth. I need to get my hands on that cupcake wrapper!

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  39. Our neighborhood always has a family friendly halloween party with lots of finger foods and fun for the kids! bjn1957{at}gmail{dot}com

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    1. That's great. I love it when neighborhoods work together to provide a fun environment for the kids.

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  40. These are awesome! cute and gruesome at the same time!

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  41. These are awesome! cute and gruesome at the same time!

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  42. Love the skull pizza. Great idea. Love your work.

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  43. We're definitely doing it up for Halloween this year. Since our costumes are centered around Mario (the 6 month old will be baby Mario, I will be Yoshi, and my husband will be Bowser), that's what our party will be themed for as well. Although the Halloween decorations are always general spooky things.

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    1. It's so cool that you have a family themed costume. I love it! Have a fantastic party:)

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  44. Love the skull pizzas! We are doing a Halloween party but for young kids, so not scary at all.

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  45. So cool I have the large cake pan but have not seen this one love it

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  46. These skull pizzas are such a fun idea and perfect for our halloween party!! I appreciate & admire your creativity Beth! You have been such an inspiration to me, especially since I am just learning to cook and bake. I used your fudge rocks for Father's Day this year and they were a huge hit! I've been inspired by you once again and can't wait to try out your Halloween recipes this year! :)

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    1. It is so nice to hear that I am helping you on your journey to learn to cook. I am so happy to be an inspiration. I love that these pizzas are really easy to make, but look so cool on the table. I hope you give them a try.

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  47. WOW those skull pizzas are awesome! Little too scary for me tho hahaha Love them tho-- so creative!

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  48. I haven't see this pan in my local stores yet. I better get out looking before they're all gone.

    I follow you through Feedly, so I never miss one of your posts.

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    1. I love these skull pans, and I hope you were able to find one at your local craft stores.

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  49. These are perfect for Halloween! I'm always looking for a way to make supper fun and these would be great.

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  50. No Party, but we'll be making and enjoying some seasonal foods.

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  51. No Halloween party this year. Lori N.

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  52. Love the skull heads! Totally gross with the pizza fillings so the kids would LOVE them! :D :D :D Chocolate cupcakes with cherry filling would be gross too! :D

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    1. Cupcakes with oozing cherry blood would be amazing. I love when gross looking food oozes something even more gross looking!

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  53. The skulls are amazing, would like to bring them to a Halloween party

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  54. Not hosting one this year, but we always have a Halloween/Spooky themed dinner .

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  55. not at home but i am coordinating events at work!

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  56. Nope, no Halloween party for us this year, but that won't stop me from making some spooky treats. :)

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  57. We do a Halloween party each year for our HOA. We do games and cupcakes. Been thinking the theme should be Mummies since I have seen so many cute ideas using them.

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  58. OMG! You are an absolute genius! Love your book, BTW! This is definitely one I'm going to add not only for Samhain, but year round!

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    1. Thanks, Jenna. I'm so happy you love me book!

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  59. I am hosting a family Halloween party.

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  60. I host a Halloween party every year and always go with Halloween themed foods. Kitty litter cake with tootsie rolls to look like the litter, lol is always a big hit and gets many compliments of ewww that looks gross, but it tastes delicious!

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    1. Isn't it fun to make themed food, especially when it gets the party guests excited. I've never made the kitty litter cake before, but I'm sure it gets a huge reaction.

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  61. I'm not having a party but I do horror movie nights leading up to Halloween
    spgoddess55(at)msn(dot)com

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  62. no party this year

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  63. I am not having a party this year, but I am going to one. I will be searching around your site looking for the perfect recipe!

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  64. I feel like planning a Halloween party just so that I can try out these! Fantastic! Thank you for sharing!
    Maria
    www.musicteachingandparenting.om

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  65. These would be perfect for our homeschool group Halloween party! My boys would love these!

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  66. I host a Samhain party every year where food is mostly stuff that can be cooked over a fire, but these would be perfect for my winter holiday party when I like to make tons of food and include quirky items!

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  67. Beth, you never cease to amaze me! These will be perfect for my Halloween luncheon soup/sandwich menu!

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  68. These would be a great non sweet treat for our first grade Halloween party!

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  69. We have a Halloween party every year on the day our town has a Halloween parade.

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  70. I am having a Halloween party; no theme as of yet. :)

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  71. I am having a Halloween party this year. No theme as of yet.

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  72. I am not hosting a Halloween party this year!

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  73. no halloween party this year but we'll have a pumpkin themed dinner

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  74. No party this year but planning a trunk or treat for church and this would be a great snack for the kiddos before we start.

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  75. All these cool recipes make me wish someone would have a halloween party!!! Unfortunately, everyone around here are humbugs!! Maybe I should make them just for myself.

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  76. I am sadly not hosting one but I wish I was because I have some fantastic ideas!

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  77. we just moved and don't have friends to invite so no party...

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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    1. Oh, sorry to hear that. I hope you find lots of new friends in your new neighborhood. I actually met most of my neighbors when I hosted a block party and we've all gotten closer due to our annual Halloween parties.

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  78. I'm not hosting a party, but I like to make 'gross' Halloween edibles for my boys -- they loved the gelatin eyeballs I did one year. I'm sure they'd go crazy for stuffed pizza skulls. :)

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  79. Just a small family dinner. I'd love to make the pizza

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  80. This looks fantastic. Not just for Halloween in my house!

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  81. yes we have a party, but no particular theme just lots of fun mrsrodjac at hotmail dot com

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  82. No plans for one yet, but plan to do a lot of baking for friends, as always. annc999 at yahoo dot com

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  83. I am going to a party that my cousin and his wife are throwing. I plan on making a skull head cake and graveyard cupcakes!!

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  84. I am not throwing a party, but I am making a skull head cake and graveyard cupcakes for my cousin and his wife's party! (If I am the lucky winner, I will make skull pizzas too!(

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  85. GENIUS! Seriously it's one of those ideas where you say to yourself "WHY didn't I think of that?!" Looking forward to making them for my boys. Thanks for the fun giveaway chance too!

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  86. These are awesome! I'm going to have to make these for the halloween party I am going to!

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  87. We are hosting a Halloween party this year! It's "A Haunted Carnival" theme. Loving the skull molds!

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    1. We did a carnival one year for Halloween. It was so much fun to have games for the kids and all the carnival foods. Have a great party.

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  88. So many great ideas here. I dont have a theme, but I want to try a few of these.

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  89. So many great ideas here. I dont have a theme, but I want to try a few of these.

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  90. I'm not, I'm going to friends; it would be great to bring skull shaped cakes.

    PS: I LOVE your pizza idea - you are brilliant!
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    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the Rafflecopter}

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  91. I love these even more knowing they will dross the hubs out!

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  92. We are doing a Dia de los Muertos themed party and will be making sugar skulls as a takeaway.

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    1. We are too, so be sure to check back closer to Halloween to see all the Day of the Dead food I'm creating. It's a new theme for us. Our house is decorated and looks so very different than years past, but I really like it.

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  93. I love the little cheese ball monsters!

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  94. I would love to make some of these for my Halloween themed party coming up next week! Especially love the lung calzone and the skull pizzas! Also the no bake cheesecake looks amazing.

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  95. Would love to try out some of these for my Halloween party. Especially love the skull pizzas and lung calzones! The no bake "howling" cheesecake looks amazing as well.

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  96. NOt hosting a party this year but would love to make these for my work potluck!!

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  97. I love this idea -- can use this idea year-round with other 3D molds! Thank you for hosting this giveaway.

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  98. I'm not hosting a Halloween party, but would love to make these for our Cub Scouts for Halloween. I usually make jello worms and witches fingers every year for Halloween.

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  99. I wasn't planning on hosting a party this year, but if I won this I would seriously reconsider. This is way too cool!!!!

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  100. LOVE, LOVE this idea. I've seen the pans but didn't know how to use them. . . NOW I DO!!!!!

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  101. I love this idea!! I would love to host a Halloween Party and serve spooky food...

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  102. i am hosting one but have no menu planned yet. would love to make these though!

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  103. The skull pizza's are such a great idea! I want them! I am already thinking of different ideas to make with these pans! I love Halloween! This year we signed up to have a baked goodie booth at our community Fall carnival, so I will be making plenty of ghoulish treats, your site is very helpful at giving me ideas, thanks! Oh and can't wait to see your Dia de los Muertos ideas too!

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  104. How do I enter the contest? I would love to win this pan. It looks so awesome.
    marilyn2222 @ hotmail dot com

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    1. There is a Rafflecopter entry form in the blog post just under the picture and list of the prize. Click on the button next to the phrase "leave a blog post comment." You will then see the question to answer in the comments section. Leave a comment then you can get bonus entries if you do other things like follow via twitter or Facebook or pin a picture of the Stuffed Pizza Skulls.

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  105. I am not hosting a party but these would be a great idea to bring along to one.

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  106. Awesome idea, would love to win this pan and goodies but in the mean time I'm raiding my nordicware horde. Thank you for the awesome idea, my boy is going to gobble his dinner down without argument.

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  107. I will be taking the kids trick or treating and then we will come home and have our own little 5 person Halloween party. I definitely want to make these skull pizzas...the kids will go crazy for them!

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  108. no, not this year :/

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  109. This would be an awesome Halloween meal! One question: Why are there the non-faced cavities? Could you use those as well?

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  110. Not hosting a party, unfortunately.

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  111. Thought I had my menu all planned and then I found your page. Sooo many good ideas!

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  112. not hosting a party - but Im thinking making these for the family would be a hoot

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  113. I guess you could make the backs as well to have a full skull pizza delight. Or mix up toppings with both sides. nom nom

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  114. I guess you could make the backs as well to have a full skull pizza delight. Or mix up toppings with both sides. nom nom

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  115. Not hosting a party, but will be attending a party. These are some cute ideas sure to please any crowd.

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  116. Not hosting a party, but am going to a party. These are some awesome Halloween treats to bring to the party!

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  117. Not hosting a party, but will be attending a party. These are some cute ideas sure to please any crowd.

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  118. Definitely will be trying this one.

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  119. Definitely will be trying this one!

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  120. I LOVE this!! You are so creative!!:) I also love all of the ideas below..especially the wonton wrapper thingies with the stamped saying lol..SO cool!! I wasn't planning a Halloween party, but all of this has inspired me lol

    Thanks so much for the great ideas & for the chance to win!!

    Joey J.

    Love your blog!

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  121. My daughter's bday is right after halloween, so we decided to do a costume party for her birthday. Our theme is Monster High (of course!). My favorite dessert to do is candy corn jello-I use wine glasses to make it look more authentic. What is it about jello that makes it taste better when you do something fun with it?

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  122. I am having a pumpkin themed party this weekend. We're having pumpkin truffle balls, a pumpkin dip , some pumpkin muffins and even a pumpkin pie vodka cocktail. Next month is the skull themed party. That tin will come in handy for sure! Thanks for the chance to win such a sweet prize!

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  123. I love holiday themed food and your craft is amazing I'm glad to find this site, my family will love these creations thank you!

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  124. One of my daughters turns 14 the week before Halloween and would LOVE these pizza skulls!

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  125. One of my daughters turns 14 the week before Halloween and would love pizza skulls!

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  126. I popped over from Cast Party Wednesday to see this fun recipe/craft/activity! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  127. I popped over from Cast Party Wednesday to see your fun recipe/activity/craft, what a great and fun idea for Halloween! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  128. I am not having one this year but we have had one pretty much every year before. Being pregnant I just didn't feel like diggin out all the stuff, then putting it all away...sounds terrible but can't help it lol.

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  129. This will be our sons second Halloween, so we will be trick-or-treating instead of having a party.

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  130. We're having friends over on Halloween for trick-or-treating and yummy food! No "theme" just Halloween!!

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  131. We're going to in-laws for "Ghoul-ash". It's a family tradition. I'll be bringing white chocolate peanut butter eyeballs and kitty litter cake. Yum! lol

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  132. I have been eyeing these pans ALL season! Must Have Skull Pans!

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  133. I am not having a party this year but I plan on making something for my kiddos.

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  134. I'm not having a party this year but I'm making special treats for the my little ones.

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  135. The theme for my party this year is black and bone

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  136. My theme is Skeletons oddly enough

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  137. Just love this idea. Just might have to have a party!

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  138. i am not having a party but i would love to make many of these for friends and family .

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  139. I love all things Wilton...have the big skull cake pan, need and want these badly!

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  140. Unfortunately, I won't be able to have a Halloween party this year, but I've been gathering recipes and deco ideas for the day that I will :)

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  141. im not having a party but i am going to make some of these for friends and family for Halloween. :)

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  142. Unfortunately, I won't be able to have a party this year, but I've been gathering recipes and ideas for the day when I can have one :)

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  143. ~this is awesome! this year we r making a bunch of creepy foods & having family over! ty so much for the chance to win!

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  144. These are an fantastic idea! :D I would also like to make sugar skulls out of them. :D

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  145. this is a cute idea and could be totally delicious stuffed with strawberries or cherries and dusted with powdered sugar maybe!

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  146. i can't wait to try these maybe even a dessert style with cherries or strawberries and a powder sugar dust on top yummy with eye screm scoop LOL

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  147. I am doing a birthday party the weekend before Halloween for my 15 year old and these would be awesome to make for him and his friends!!

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  148. my nephew's(2 different ones) always have a halloween parties I have to go to and having a small party but o theme yet

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  149. No party, just scaring the heck out of kids while handing out candy. But I am definitely making these for us!

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  150. This is a great recipe! We're having a Halloween party at some point (actual date has not been set), but the theme isn't very strict--just costumes! My partner and I, though, are making costumes based on Skyrim.

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  151. I will be having a Dinner of the Dead this year. We get all dressed up and eat foods that look like body parts. So disgusting looking but so yummy!!

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  152. Those look super delicious and you could make them very creepy :)

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  153. Those look super delicious and you can make them look really creepy :)

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  154. Those look super delicious and you could make them very creepy :)

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  155. Can't wait to try this!!!!

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  156. Darlene dbarbinwork@live.comOctober 18, 2013 at 2:57 PM

    This is so creative and amazing. Would love to try this.

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  157. Hello Beth! I just made these tonight for a Spooky Potluck tomorrow at work. I just ate a sample skull and both me and my husband loved it! Not sure how many will make it to work tomorrow! I will be adding it to the blog for sure and pinging back to you! Thank you for sharing! We love it! Hopefully the girls will too tomorrow! - Jenny B

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