Skip the creepy (and not in a good way) punch bowl recipes and make these fun, and actually delicious, Halloween cocktails for your party.
Halloween Pumpkin Spice and Applesauce Cupcakes are a fun, seasonal dessert that your kids will not only have fun making, but eating too. The secret to the flavor in the cupcakes comes from the applesauce.
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.
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!
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!
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.
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.