Halloween desserts have never looked as scary and tasted so good. Create these spooky treats and Halloween snacks, and watch the little ones gobble them down!
This is a super simple and fun party cake to make for your fall harvestparty, Halloween party, or even for your Thanksgiving feast. This Scarecrow Cake is particularly family friendly because the kids can help decorate it with fun items you already have.
For a 'twist' on traditional pumpkin pie, try this delicious spiral cake. Though it looks impressive, it's actually super simple to make. Bring it with you to a harvest party or holiday gathering and let the good times roll!
Dress up your gingerbread people as skeletons with this Halloween treat.
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.
Bleached white bones never tasted so delicious. This recipe originally appeared in Ghoulish Goodies, by Sharon Bowers.
A luscious concoction of pumpkin and ice cream turned into a pie.
Kris F. of Albany, Oregon, invented this flavorful cheesecake one day after bringing home a bag of hazelnuts from Oregon's Willamette Valley.
These candy-topped treats are a blast for kids to help decorate for your Thanksgiving feast or a school party.
Make a Cake-o'-Lantern for Halloween.
From the kitchen of: Spooky Sophie, Chicago, Illinois
An amazing alternative to the same old boring pie crust.
Mud pie with a creepy crawler twist.