Halloween is fast approaching, which means pretty soon all those little ghouls, ghosts and goblins will be out and about, trick-or-treating and laughing with delight. Whether you're having a spooky soirée or a ghastly get-together, there are so many creative treats to try this Halloween season!
We've rounded up some of the most creative, creepy and delicious dishes we could find. From a petrifying punch to some munchable mice, we've got the treats that will turn heads and make them scream with delight. The only question is...are you brave enough to try them?
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Okay, who put a hand in the punch? This Witches Brew from A Ghastly Good Halloween will really wow your guests. Serve it in a cauldron-style punch bowl and the witches will surely waltz right in. Click here for the full recipe.
Hosting a Halloween party or attending a ghoulish gathering this week? We'd love to hear about what you're making, how the kids (or you!) are dressing up and how you decorated your house!
Link up your recipes, menus, decorating ideas & costume details below... it'll be like having one BIG party!
Here's a quick & easy recipe that's just right for delighting party guests, wrapping up for trick-or-treaters or surprising co-workers during this spoooooky season.
For guaranteed giggles, add bug candies or spider sprinkles to these yummy treats!
Tangled Web Rice Pops You'll find the recipe and lots more in our Halloween cookbook, available from our online partners. Click here to learn more.
3 T. butter 10-oz. pkg. marshmallows 6 to 7 c. crispy rice cereal 12 wooden craft sticks 6-oz. pkg. semi-sweet chocolate chips, melted 1/2 c. white chocolate chips, melted
Melt butter in a large saucepan over low heat. Add marshmallows; cook and stir until melted. Remove from heat; stir in cereal until well coated. Press evenly into a lightly greased 13" x 9" baking pan. Cool slightly; cut into 12 bars. Remove from pan and insert a stick in each, as shown; set on wax paper to cool. Dip in melted chocolate to coat; let cool slightly and drizzle with melted white chocolate. Immediately sprinkle with mini chips, if desired. Makes one dozen.
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Whether it's very veggie, chunky chili or a marvelous minestrone, simple soup suppers are one of our favorite dinners when we're in a hurry. Made from ingredients that are easy to keep on hand, these pantry soups and stews come to the busy-day rescue time and time again.
Today, we're sharing some of our favorite soups that are light on ingredients, but big on flavor. Served with a grilled cheese, a fresh salad or just on their own, these simple suppers are sure to satisfy.
Wouldn't it be nice to get a head start on tomorrow's breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert? Our days are busier than ever and these make-ahead recipes save us valuable prep time. Whether it's a freezer-friendly soup, a casserole that waits patiently in the fridge or another make-ahead meal, we'd love to see it today.
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What are your favorite MAKE-AHEAD recipes? Share 'em all in today's Recipe Round-Up!
Just 5 ingredients and a make-ahead method, these sweet rolls will make you the hero of any breakfast or brunch!
Whether you're baking muffins, quick bread or trying out a new pie or cake, pumpkin is always fall's favorite ingredient. Have you tried it in a savory recipe? Or, do you have a special sweet recipe that's requested at every harvest potluck? We'd love to hear all about it...
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What are your favorite PUMPKIN recipes? Share 'em all in today's Recipe Round-Up!
Would you believe this delicious fall treat bakes in your slow cooker? Keep reading...
When the air gets a little colder, the leaves start changing into magnificent colors and a sweet smell floats through the air. Cinnamon, spice, pumpkin...just about everything nice. Why not bring the fabulous scents of fall indoors?
Between practices, meetings and family fun, there doesn't seem to be much time left for cooking some nights. That's where recipes like the one we're sharing today come in handy - whips up quick on the stovetop and you need just one trusty skillet for everything.
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What are your favorite STOVETOP SKILLET recipes? Share 'em all in today's Recipe Round-Up!
Filled with savory cheese and pepperoni, this simple stovetop supper is always a winner.
The leaves are putting on a show of red, gold and burnt orange, so why not bring some of that color home too? One of our favorite times of year to decorate, fall is the perfect time to add some warmth to your cozy home, whether it's with a new wreath on the door or a tablescape to welcome guests all season long.
In today's slideshow, we're sharing some of the most inspiring ideas from our favorite bloggers. With so many inspiring ideas out there, we can't wait to get started!
Mason Jar Lid Pumpkin
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Leave it to Rachel of Surviving the Stores to turn something as everyday as canning jar rings into something so clever and cute. Click over to get the full tutorial and make your own Mason Jar Lid Pumpkin.
Fall not only brings beautiful leaves, warm cider and hayrides in the country...it also brings busy back-to-school nights, game-day get-togethers and Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings. What a perfect season to put your slow cooker to work, and what better cookbook to use than our newest title, Slow-Cooker Fall Favorites?
Whether you're a super-fan who wears your team's colors every weekend or if you just like to host a gameday get-together for the fun, friends and food, this week's Recipe Round-Up is sure to hit the spot!
We love a good party, and tailgating celebrations seem to offer particularly yummy menus...dips & spreads, little meatballs & sausages, brownies & cookies and so much more. We love it all!
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What are your favorite TAILGATING recipes? Share 'em all in today's Recipe Round-Up!