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Halloween Dish: Spooky Spiderweb Soup

Here’s a fun way to add a spooky touch to your next Halloween gathering! This spooky spiderweb soup is really easy to make, and so much fun!

Spiderweb Soup is easy to make and SO fun for a spooky way to serve up some Halloween fun!

The kids will love the spiderweb touch and it also serves as decor on the table — until they gobble it up, of course!

You can also use any kind of soup you like, but black bean and tomato soups look creepier. 

You’ll need to use a nice, thick soup for this. A soup that’s too thin will not be enough to support the olives, and they’ll sink right to the bottom!

Just a few ingredients and you can make a spooky and delicious spiderweb soup

How to make Spiderweb Soup 

(serves one, but obviously you can adjust this to however many spiderweb soups/servings that you need)

Ingredients for Spiderweb Soup

  • 1 26-ounce box or can of black bean soup
  • 2 tablespoons sour cream
  • 2 black olives

Instructions for making Spiderweb Soup

Warm the soup in the microwave or on the stove and pour it into a wide rimmed bowl.

Easy tips for making spooky spiderweb soup!!

Add the sour cream to a plastic sandwich bag and work it down into one corner. Snip off the very end corner of the bag.

Spiderweb soup is easy to make and so fun for your Halloween gathering!

Gently squeeze the sour cream into 5 circles. This doesn’t have to be perfect, since you’re making it into a web anyway.

Make spiderwebs in your soup to create a fun and spooky spider soup this halloween!

Place a toothpick in the center of the sour cream and drag it towards the edge of the bowl. Repeat this step until you’ve gone all the way around. You can do this as many times as you want, but I have found that too many times actually makes it look less like a web.

Spook and so much fun! This spiderweb soup will be the hit of your halloween bash!

The olive “spider” can be placed anywhere on the web.

Here’s how to make a spiderweb on top of soup:

Cut each olive in half and place one of the halves where you want the spider to be. This is the body. Now trim the very end off of the remaining olive halves and make slices out of the rest – these are the spider legs. Carefully place the olive slices on each side of the olive half that you placed in the soup. You can add as many as you like, but I usually do four on each side.

Tip: I find that using tweezers makes placing the spider legs much easier.

Of course, this dish becomes perfection when it’s served on a spooky Halloween tablecloth like the one we found on Amazon.

Looking for more fun Halloween recipes and crafts? We’ve shared so many on the blog over the years so make sure to check them out! 

How to make spooky spiderweb soup recipe

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Spook and so much fun! This spiderweb soup will be the hit of your halloween bash!

Spooky Spiderweb Soup

This is such a fun and fantastic Halloween dish!! Serve your guests this spooky spiderweb soup recipe, a wonderful combination of scary, creepy and also delicious! This is a halloween recipe that is not only a yummy addition to your spooky party, but will look fantastic as part of your scary decor as well!

Ingredients

  • 1 26-ounce box or can of black bean soup
  • 2 tablespoons sour cream
  • 2 black olives

Instructions

    Warm the soup in the microwave or on the stove and pour it into a wide rimmed bowl.

    Add the sour cream to a plastic sandwich bag and work it down into one corner. Snip off the very end corner of the bag. Gently squeeze the sour cream into 5 circles. This doesn't have to be perfect, since you're making it into a web anyway.

    Place a toothpick in the center of the sour cream and drag it towards the edge of the bowl. Repeat this step until you've gone all the way around. You can do this as many times as you want, but I have found that too many times actually makes it look less like a web.

    The olive "spider" can be placed anywhere on the web. Here's how to make it: Cut each olive in half and place one of the halves where you want the spider to be. This is the body. Now trim the very end off of the remaining olive halves and make slices out of the rest - these are the spider legs. Carefully place the olive slices on each side of the olive half that you placed in the soup. You can add as many as you like, but I usually do four on each side.

Notes

This recipe is for one (generous) serving, but you could easily double or triple it.

You can also use any kind of soup you like, but black bean and tomato soups look creepier.

You'll need to use a nice, thick soup for this. A soup that's too thin will not be enough to support the olives, and they'll sink right to the bottom!

Tip: I find that using tweezers makes placing the spider legs much easier 😉

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 337Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 16mgSodium: 2986mgCarbohydrates: 48gFiber: 21gSugar: 8gProtein: 15g

*just an estimate

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  1. This looks super yummy! I love that it is a festive dish that isn\’t sugar-laden. Thanks for sharing your dish with us at Merry Monday this week!

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