Looking to throw a party that will have them howling at the moon for more Halloween treats? Try these delectable Halloween treats and the crowd is sure to scream for more.
Decorated apples and oranges become delicious and healthy treats for Halloween, fall, Thanksgiving, or Kwanzaa parties.
Halloween is really special in my house. Each year, the kids and I work together to make fun Halloween crafts, devise their costumes, and we head to a fabulous trick or treating event in our town.
Are you getting giddy about Halloween? This deliciously fun holiday is the perfect excuse to make sweet treats that your kids have been looking forward to eating all year.
Need something to serve at your Halloween bash? Assemble this Snack Mix in mere minutes. The colors suit the freaky holiday theme perfectly, and it's a low-fat but filling treat you can feed hungry kids.
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.
Instructions for making a tasty treat in the form of a ghost from a banana.
Instructions for making a cute Halloween snack.
Instructions for making a yummy Halloween party treat.
Popcorn-filled monster paws with candy corn finger nails
These scary-good Halloween treats, prepared and eaten on the same fork, begin with a doughnut hole dunked in white chocolate.