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Monster Mash Avocado Snacks

Total Time
25 min
25 min
This Halloween riff on avocado toast features mini rice cakes spread with mashed avocado and topped with ingredients to create witch and one-eyed monster faces. They’re best served shortly after assembling, but you can get a head start by cutting the nori into witch hat shapes, julienne-cutting the carrot, slicing the cheese stick, and having the sesame seeds and capers at the ready. For a more 3-D effect with the witch faces, arrange the carrot noses so that they stick up out of the avocado mixture.


Mini cheddar rice cakes

16 cake(s)

Nori seaweed

1 sheet(s)

Uncooked carrot(s)

1 medium, julienne-cut

Sesame seeds

tsp, black variety


2 tsp, about 8 capers

WW Light part-skim mozzarella string cheese

½ stick(s), cut crosswise into 8 slices


1 item(s), medium, peeled and pitted

Fresh lime juice

1½ tsp

Kosher salt

¼ tsp


  1. Using a rice cake as a sizing guide, cut the nori sheet into witch hat shapes to yield at least 8. Arrange the carrot, sesame seeds, capers, and cheese close to a work surface. In a medium bowl, mash the avocado with lime juice and salt. Spread the avocado mixture evenly over the rice cakes.
  2. For each witch, arrange 3 or 4 carrot pieces on either side of a rice cake to form the hair; top with a nori witch hat. Arrange 2 sesame seeds for the eyes. Trim a carrot piece to about ¼-in, and place in the avocado mixture to form the nose.
  3. For each one-eyed monster, arrange a few carrot pieces on the top of a rice cake to form the hair. In the middle of the rice cake, place 1 cheese slice; top with 1 caper.
  4. Serving size: 1 witch and 1 one-eyed monster