Some Halloween Recipes and gift ideas revolve around chocolate (of course), but there are other yummy Halloween treats that you can thoroughly enjoy, too.
I had a look around and found some fantastic and fun Halloween gift ideas and recipes for Halloween that you can use to make your party or family gathering one to be remembered.
You may even want to use a Halloween party favor recipe to make simple edible Halloween treats for your kids to pass out at school. All the other kids will be quite impressed.
I've compiled these recipes from a variety of sources, like Betty Crocker, Taste of Home, Family Fun, and some friends in the candy making business.
They are all good! I hope you'll enjoy them.
If you have a favorite Halloween recipe that you've created or discovered, add it here! Or show off a Halloween recipe that you made so we can all enjoy it.
On this page I've described free of my favorite recipes for Halloween - Spiderweb Cookies (with chocolate spiders), Peanut Butter Eyeballs, and Kitty Litter Cake.
They are all fantastic, but I've added links to a whole lot more, so have a good browse and let me know what you think. Which are your favorites?
This fun spiderweb cookie recipe was at Betty Crocker. It's not difficult, even though the end result looks like it might be.
For added effect, melt a little chocolate (chips are fine) in the
microwave for 30 seconds. Stir and repeat until completely melted.
Place in a baggie and snip off the corner.
On waxed paper draw small spiders - One little glob in the middle with 4 legs on each side. Allow to set. Using some melted chocolate, 'glue' a spider to each cookie. It's great!
This gruesome eyeball Halloween recipe is sure to get the kids excited.
This Halloween recipe is so gross, but it really does taste good. You know the grosser the better where most kids are concerned. This one will be a hit!
Here's what you'll need:
Here are more Halloween recipes and ideas that you can check out before you make your final decision:
Don't forget to add your own using the form below!
I also wanted to mention an excellent site for those of you who are struggling to think of good ideas for a Halloween costume. Our friends at Costumes For Girls will provide you with some of the best Halloween costume ideas you can find. Have fun!
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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