When else can you serve "bloody fingers" or "wormy" apples and get away with it? From a Cheesenstein appetizer to ideas for mountains of leftover candy, we've got an all-star lineup of spooky, slimy and scary recipes for Halloween.
Take a swing at all that leftover Halloween candy with this twist on meat salad. The recipe calls for four Snickers bars, but feel free to be creative!Get cooking!
Strawberries - nature's candy - take center stage in this ghoulish taste on a classic do-it-yourself treat.Get cooking!
Allergy-friendly! These make a great addition to any Halloween celebration. The original recipe calls for dyed almonds as the “toenails,” but because of my daughter’s nut allergy, I substituted colorful jelly beans and most kids seem to prefer my version, allergies or not.Get cooking!
These ready-in-no-time treats are just as fun and easy for the little gremlins in your home to make as they are for you.Get cooking!
For all the junk your kids will inevitably be eating this Halloween, here's a hauntingly healthy alternative.Get cooking!
With a pinch of spook, a dash of creepy and a heaping spoonful of delightfully tacky, these yummy cookies are an eye-catcher at any Halloween party.Get cooking!
Use up that leftover candy corn (recipe calls for 1 cup) with this grab-a-handful-and-go seasonal snack mix.Get cooking!
Opt for the sweet (and healthy) taste of agave nectar over corn syrup to make these pumpkin-flavored treats.Get cooking!
The one time you'll be glad your kid has a taste for dirt! Use up those mountains of leftover gummy worms with this Halloween spin on "dirt and worms."Get cooking!