Frightfully Fun Halloween Recipes

7 Ghoulish Treats For Your Monsters

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Spooky Shepherd's Pie

This scary recipe makes a perfect Halloween dinner. Everyone in the family will love having their own ghost to eat.

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Ultimate Caramel Apples

These melt in your mouth delicious carmel apples are perfect for Halloween and make wonderful for gifts.

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Sparkling Spider Cakes

Everyone will be happy when these spiders join in on the Halloween fun. Moist chocolate cakes are dressed up with a little icing and a whole lot of fun with sparkles, spider legs and googley eyeballs!

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Devilish Deviled Eggs

Party goers love deviled eggs and these little devils are sure to delight at your Halloween celebration! The tangy and zesty yogurt filling topped with red pepper taste as terrific as they look. Set them out on a black plate on top of a red napkin or cloth for a dramatic effect.

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Cake Pop Howling Heads

“Delicious” is how our child taste-tester described these heads on a stick made from chocolate cake and frosting. Kids will love decorating them with frightening faces and then eating them!

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Ghoul Ade

The coolest thing at your party – a bloody hand in a bowl filled with blackish punch! The hand will keep the punch cold and creepy for a few hours.

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Halloween Candy Corn Cookie Bark

This candy corn bark is super sweet and decadent just like any Halloween treat should be.

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