There’s nothing wrong with a bowl of Halloween candy. We love a Milky Way or Twix bar as much as anyone, but sometimes a whole bowl can be daunting. Switch things up and bake your favorite candies into new sweet treats.
Halloween isn’t just about kids’ costumes and candy. Check out these Halloween-themed cocktails to serve at your adults-only party. Don’t worry, there can still be candy.
Here are 7 Halloween appropriate and seasonal cocktails that celebrate the arrival of fall.
Looking for a fun Halloween treat to make for the party? These bloodshot eyeball donut holes are so easy to make and the kids would enjoy making them with you! The less perfect, the better!
Try some of these eerie drinks to get in the Halloween spirit. They’re just frightening enough to keep you and your guests intrigued.
Want to make a funny looking treat for Halloween? These googly eyes homemade twix cookies are just the thing!
Halloween treats are not only sugary confections wrapped in bright cellophane. In need of candy alternatives? Try these creative ways to get spooky with sensible snacks. You’ll save yourself a candy-overload tummy ache and a painful trip to the dentist. Happy Hauntings!
It’s thirsty Thursday and here is a funtastic article…How to make a pumpkin keg.
For a Halloween party or an autumn soirée, these festive fall cocktails are a cozy sip to get you in the seasonal spirit.
Whether you are in the mood to celebrate Halloween or not, Sagrantino wines are perfect for a warm autumn meal and also come with a haunted history.
Halloween is for kids, sure—but it’s for grown-ups too. Making the most of a scary theme with deliciously dark food and drink.
Made with coconut oil, these rich peanut butter cups are a fun treat to create and then pop into your mouth all week long.
Spooky recipes from sweet to savory, perfect for pairing with your favorite family Halloween films.
30 candy wonderlands from across the states guaranteed to give you a super-sweet sugar rush.
Halloween is just around the corner and this is the perfect time to start planning some Halloween treats. Try these “bloody” delicious Halloween cupcakes
Caramel apples for Halloween: This is a simple treat and fun to make. They are dipped into caramel and then nuts, but for “scarier” look you can dip them into Halloween sprinkles. Some recipes call for marshmallows, the choice is yours.
A little food coloring is all it takes to make these cheesecake brownies Halloween-ready.
These sweet sriracha pumpkin seeds deliver a handful of perfect spicy-sweetness.
As Halloween gets closer, these minty chocolates are suitably creepy to bring to parties. And delicious.
These spiced pumpkin seeds are great as a snack or sprinkled on salads, soups, tacos and yogurt.
These adorable Halloween candy corn marshmallows will be the hit of your next Halloween-themed party.
It’s no surprise that a holiday associated with monsters, lends itself to the belief that deep down, we all seek a bit of a scare sometimes.
The usual suspect, oatmeal raisin, with it’s party hat on, a pumpkin kiss with a milky, creamy, spice filling.
Tamara Novacoviç with one of the big classics in cake baking.
A moreish autumn treat, devilishly delicious and fit for all ages.
This beautiful barley risotto is a colorful vegetarian dish served by Sydney based Maria Laitinen.