Creepy and delicious treats for little ghouls & boys.
These scary-good Halloween treats, prepared and eaten on the same fork, begin with a doughnut hole dunked in white chocolate.
Your children can probably imagine what actual goblin feet would taste like. (Dirty socks stuffed with cheese? Moldy tapioca pudding?) Luckily, these cookies are infinitely more tasty.
Your kids can play Frankenstein chefs as they assemble a set of weird and wacky mini-pita faces for party snacks.
These horrible hors d'oeuvres are just squash and tomato sauce, which means they're actually (shh!) healthy.
Bleached white bones never tasted so delicious. This recipe originally appeared in Ghoulish Goodies, by Sharon Bowers.
Dress up your gingerbread people as skeletons with this Halloween treat.
When made of Jell-O®, this creature isn't such a frightful fellow. He is, however, a wee bit jiggly -- and sure to make your children giggly.
These cheesy monster digits fit the bill for Halloween.
These creepy peepers are a cool snack to serve Halloween party guests.
These little creatures are a great way to get your kids to eat a couple vegetables.
The scariest holiday of the year calls for chilling fare -- and these frosty pops fit the bill.
This sweet, bubbly drink looks like something scooped up from a deep, dark bog and makes a great Halloween party beverage or spooky after-dinner treat.
These monster toes will be a hit at your next Halloween party.
Here's a treat to put you in a Halloween mind-set.
Here's a frightfully good surprise that your kids will really want to sink their teeth into.
When it comes to worming your way into little tricksters' good graces, this treat takes the cake.
These sweet spooks are horribly appealing to boys and ghouls.
This creepy crawler of a cupcake is popular with web slingers of all sizes.
Directions for making a fun Halloween party food.
Your Halloween guests will do a double-take — and then gobble up — these quick and healthy Halloween party appetizers.
Turn chocolate cupcakes into a Halloween treat that will tickle your funny bone.
Disguises aren't just for Halloween. Surprise your family with these dressed-up, spooky-looking snacks any time of year.
Most kids won't eat a worm unless that worm is gummy. So we put them in this "rotten" punch to make it extra yummy.
Scare up a delightfully creepy Halloween confection.
Partygoers will get a scream out of this playful treat.
Night of the Living Bread
Frankenstein's Jell-O® Monster
Edible Eyeball Treats
Frozen Frog Eggs
Hairy Daddy Longlegs Cupcakes
Potato Skin Ghosts
Rotten Apple Punch
Sweet Monster Cupcakes