EASY PUMPKIN PRETZELS
Pumpkin Pretzels are chocolate covered pretzels made with just a few ingredients & perfect for Halloween! Tips for melting chocolate & the BEST tool to use.
HALLOWEEN PRETZELS THREE WAYS
Halloween Pretzels made into 3 spooky treats- Pumpkins, Mummies & Aliens. Use chocolate & candy to create these festive Halloween Pretzels. Be sure to check out our updated collection of CUTE & CREEPY HALLOWEEN TREATS here! Halloween Pretzels are a favorite of mine! I love to get creative with each holiday and come up withView Recipe
Orange Witches’ Brew Punch
This slushy punch requires no ice ring to keep it cold. It's not too sweet, so it appeals to everyone. Use this refreshing beverage for any celebration. —Susan Johnson, Lyons, Kansas
Halloween Peanut Butter Spider Cookies
CUTE & CREEPY! Halloween Peanut Butter Spider Cookies - Easy to make recipe with chocolate peanut butter cups and edible candy eyes. Perfect Halloween party food!
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31 Days of Halloween: Day 16 - Halloween Food Ideas
There are so many great ideas on Pinterest for holiday-themed food. Last year on Halloween I made mummy dogs and ghost rice krispie tre...
Treat Filled Pumpkin Balloons - Moms & Munchkins
These cute treat filled pumpkin balloons are a fun Halloween treat for kids to hand out to friends. Chantelle walks us through the steps to make them.
How to Make Cauldron Cake Pops
Learn how to make these awesome Cauldron Cake Pops for you Halloween Party. They're easier than you think to make.
“Spooky” Cinnamon Sugar Flour Tortilla Crisps Recipe | SimplyRecipes.com
EASY Halloween treat! Crispy cinnamon sugar cookie crisps made with flour tortillas, cinnamon, sugar, and butter
42 Creative Halloween Food Ideas
What do you usually make for dinner on Halloween? It's always such a busy night, especially if it's a work or school night. The kids are excited to get their costumes on and dinner takes a bit of a back seat to the night. But I'd love to start making Halloween dinner more of an event. Not like a crazy, slave in the kitchen type of meal, but more of a WHAT-THE-HECK-IS-ON-MY-PLATE type of meal. Ah yes, a little bit of creative payback to torture my three little monsters (although, I'm pretty…