Enjoy fun monster crafts and recipes sure to bring out your inner ghoul.
Your kids can play Frankenstein chefs as they assemble a set of weird and wacky mini-pita faces for party snacks.
Put some friendly monsters in your closet for the Halloween season.
A herd of glowing peepers adds creepy ambiance to a dimly lit room or porch.
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.
This fluffy wreath will keep a vigilant eye out for your guests.
These horrible hors d'oeuvres are just squash and tomato sauce, which means they're actually (shh!) healthy.
Caramel apples have always been a favorite, but when you use candies to make them monsters they become the life of the party.
Your little monsters will love these cute creature cupcakes.
An easy-to-make monster costume for kids.
To brighten up the dark winter days, take a store-bought hat and turn it into a monster!
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.
Scare up a delightfully creepy Halloween confection.
Create zany desktop dancers from pipe cleaners and pom-poms.
For an unsettling snack, let the crew make freaky-face pizzas.
Young scientists will go absolutely mad over this huge Frankenstein's monster ingeniously crafted from a picnic table.
These monster toes will be a hit at your next Halloween party.
A quick and delicious avocado dip for your Halloween party.
Have no fear! We may look terrifyingly cute, but we're sew easy to make, even for a beginning stitcher (with a little help).
Dried citrus rinds give this seasonal squash -- and his companions -- their un-natural good looks.
Night of the Living Bread
Caramel Apple Monsters
M is for Mini Monster Cupcake
Frankenstein's Jell-O® Monster
Sweet Monster Cupcakes
Munch on Monsters
Picnic Table Frankenstein
I Love My Monster Pals
Frank 'n' Friends