Spooky Halloween Recipes
Whip up this healthy -- and scary -- snack your kids can play with.
Severed Finger Cookies
You may feel uneasy about eating cookies that look like fingers, but they're too delicious to resist!
The secret to straight and even spider legs is using pretzel sticks!
You won't have to worry about these little mice scurrying away from your dinner table!
Give your family a breakfast scare with their eggs!
French Toast Ice Cream Sandwiches
Orange sorbet looks just like American cheese, especially when it's sandwiched between two buttery pieces of toast.
You'll want to sing the night away with these tasty treats.
Strawberry Jam Tart
Is it pizza or dessert? Either way, you won't be able to stop at one slice.
Mustache Cookie Pops
These cookies serve two purposes: A fun facial accessory and a sweet treat!
Your guests might get confused when they see a lattice pie out during dinnertime, but that's part of the fun!
Stick clean plastic spider rings into ice cube molds to give your guests a playful fright.
Fudge Cookie Sliders
Your guests may ask for ketchup and mustard before biting into these sweet sammies, but they'll wish they hadn't!
No soy sauce needed!
Oversized eyes make a healthy and fun breakfast.
Don't have a hand-shaped cookie cutter? Use your own hand as a guide!
Buried Alive Muffins
You need plastic doll arms to decorate these muffins -- it's scarily silly.
Meatloaf Cupcakes with Potato Frosting
Make sure to whip the potatoes until they are creamy and lump-free to get the full frosting effect.
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