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Halloween Cemetery Dip

Halloween Cemetery Dip

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  • Prep 10min
  • Total30min
  • Servings8

Make with

Pillsbury Pie Crust



Pillsbury™ Refrigerated Pie Crust, chilled, smoothed as shown in the box


cups (24 ounces) cottage cheese


envelope (1 oz) ranch salad dressing


cup chopped fresh broccoli

12-15 Totino's™ Pizza Rolls™ frozen cheese pizza snacks


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  • 1

    Preheat the oven to 425°F. Place the piecrust in a glass 9 inch mold. Bake for 7-9 minutes or until browned. Remove from the oven and let cool.

  • 2

    Mix the cheese, dressing, mayo and milk in a large bowl. Mix until well combined. Refrigerate until you’re ready to serve.

  • 3

    Bake the Totino’s™ according to the instructions.

  • 4

    When you’re ready to serve, add the cheese mixture to the piecrust and distribute evenly.

  • 5

    Decorate with broccoli, carrots and Totino’s™.

Expert Tips

  • You can use edible markers to make tombstones from the Totino’s™.

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More About This Recipe

  • This is a unique and tasty way to celebrate Halloween. The truth is that it’s very easy to prepare. To give it a personal touch, use the vegetables you like most.It’s a great party appetizer or to bring into school for your kid’s class Halloween party.Happy Halloween!

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Recipe Summary

  • 1 16 ounce can refried beans with green chiles
  • ¼ cup bottled salsa
  • ⅔ cup bottled ranch salad dressing
  • 2 teaspoons taco seasoning
  • 1 ½ cups finely chopped cooked chicken
  • 1 7-ounce pouch refrigerated guacamole
  • ½ of a 2-1/4-ounce can chopped pitted ripe olives, drained
  • Tombstone Graveyard Characters
  • Shredded lettuce
  • 10-inch tortillas

In a small bowl, combine refried beans and salsa. Spread refried bean mixture in a 2-quart rectangular dish. In a small bowl, combine ranch salad dressing and taco seasoning stir in chicken.

Spoon on top of the beans in an even layer. Spoon guacamole in small mounds on top of the chicken mixture. Carefully spread to an even layer.

Cover and chill at least 30 minutes or up to 6 hours before serving. Just before serving, place Graveyard Characters into dip. Sprinkle the graves with chopped olives and shredded lettuce.

Halloween Graveyard Party Dip

Halloween is coming up this weekend, and we’re excited about all the costumes, parties and kids trick-or-treating. Whether you prefer your costume to be funny or cute, silly or scary, everyone can agree this Halloween graveyard-themed party dip is a hit.

Despite its appearance, this dip is actually really easy to put together. You just need a 9x13 casserole dish or lasagna pan, a ton of spinach dip, and some crackers, veggies and chopped kalamata olives. Additional decorations like the skulls and pumpkins can be found at most craft stores this time of year.

If you want to take the dip a step further, you can do what we did here, and find a festive tray to set your dip in. We filled in the space between the dip pan and the tray with curly kale. It held everything in place and looked like grass, so it was perfect for the job.

We found a little black tree decoration, an owl, a few skulls and some pumpkins at the craft store. (Don’t forget to tell your guests they aren’t edible.) We made additional trees and foliage with celery stalks, broccolini and chopped parsley. We love the way this section turned out.

To make the headstones in the graveyard, we used crackers with a unique shape. There are many types of cracker shapes out there, so you can use whatever look you prefer. Write on the crackers with an edible decorative marker, and place them firmly into the spinach dip. Sprinkle chopped kalamata olives in front to look like fresh dirt.

If you want, bury your friends by adding their initials to some of the crackers. (There I am below.) Decorate with candles and other Halloween decor and you’ll have quite the conversation starter at your Halloween party!

Halloween Graveyard Taco Dip Recipe – You Gonna Eat Out of The Graveyard!

Need a spooky and fun Halloween recipe? An excellent graveyard taco dip dish for you with gravestone tortilla chips. You are gonna love this.

This Halloween we are not going to arrange anything special in our home since we had been invited by my husband’s friend Jacob. We are supposed to go to the party at 7 exactly and we are all getting ready busily.

My husband is supposed to come directly from his office and we are starting from our home. My daughter wore a freaky witch costume which had a high collar. The dress was black with red collars and she wore black lipstick exactly like that of Hotel Transylvania. She ironed a little of her cute hair and flung it over her forehead. She wore a sharp false Vampire tooth fix.

My son has no interest on Halloween as of now but then, we are going as a guest after all. So, he too had dressed himself up well. He wore a Pirate Captain costume which was too a combination of red and black. Along with that, he has an eye over and a pirate knife. We are all ready now and we started off to Jacob’s home. I drove the car and we were discussing inviting them home for the next Halloween.

When we reached there Jacob’s Wife Mollie had prepared a lot of main courses, starters, desserts, and snacks. We had some chatting and started our Halloween dinner once my husband arrived. We loved all the dishes and I was totally in love with Graveyard Taco Dip which had tortilla chips in the shape of gravestone. I asked for the recipe and to my shock, it was quite easy and sounded delicious.

For the dip, she had spread a layer of fried beans. Above that layer, some cups of sour cream and some taco seasoning were added. For the third layer, mashed avocados, minced garlic, and some mayonnaise were added. Then 1 cup of salsa consisted of the fourth layer.

The last layer had chopped green onions like toppings. The mixing was done using a Pyrex dish and blender. Then the tombstones and trees were made out of large tortillas and were immersed partially in the dip. You can add text to the tombstones with a black food safe marker.

Now the taco dip looked like the graveyard with many tombstones. The Graveyard Taco Dip was quite delicious.


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