Choose a Halloween recipe from our growing collection to make your get-together a little more interesting.
Have some fun with the season and make your friends and loved ones grin at your creativity, and your kids shiver in delightful anticipation of tucking into something a little bit spooky.
Maybe you're like me and don't really celebrate Halloween because of your faith.
You can still use some of these great Halloween recipes for a birthday party or themed party where you want to give the kids a spooky and creepy experience. Kids love to be spooked!
Get out your cauldron and brew up a batch of spiderweb cupcakes, bloody hand punch, peanut butter eyeballs, kitty litter cake, or boogers on a stick!
You'll be the coolest mom around!
Those are just a few of the many clever recipes we have available for you to try.
In fact, here are a couple more, but before you get wrapped up into creating your game plan, I do want to remind you that we want your photos and ideas when all is said and done.
Don't forget about us! We always love new creative ideas and encourage our readers to "show off" a bit when they've tried their hand at some of our recipes or having something new to share. I'm really looking forward to seeing yours!
This adorable egg eyeball recipe for Halloween eyeballs is a simple to create dish that's just a twist from the usual deviled eggs.
I found the recipe and photo at Family Corner. They have loads of clever ideas and are one of my favorite sites to visit.
This Halloween recipe from Better Homes & Gardens is another that is really quite simple but looks great!
Here are a couple Halloween recipe ideas from Taste of Home. That's been my favorite recipe magazine for years. If you aren't familiar with them, you can order the Taste of Home magazine, Better Homes and Gardens or any other favorites for yourself or a friend at Magazines.com.
I always order my magazines there to get the best prices. ;)
As I said at the outset, it's just so easy to make an everyday recipe a little extraordinary and
fun. If you come up with some ideas of your own or find some others
that you really love, please take a minute and share them here!
Both the clever spooky hamburgers and the graveyard cake are so simple, but they'll create memories your kids will never forget.
These shrunken head candy apples are another great Better Homes & Gardens recipe idea that I just couldn't resist sharing.
Prepare apples as directed. Cover and chill for up to two days.
Look at the other Halloween recipes and easy Halloween kids recipes if you'd like some more ideas, and don't forget to add your own Halloween recipe below. Fair is fair!
Do you have an Halloween recipe or gift idea that you picked up somewhere along the way? Share it with the rest of us! If you've actually made it, go ahead and show off. We'd love to see your work.
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