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    Recipe is from Pillsbury. This is a fun little recipe. My daughter absolutely loved it.

    Recipe #340525

    This was the final kitchen activity of the year for the Wednesday night Kid's Club.

    Recipe #221612

    This spray works equally well on monsters and bad dreams. We spray it as part of the nightly bedtime ritual, while DD chants, "Monsters, Monsters, stay away." The lavender scent is calming and everyone knows that monsters and bad dreams hate that smell. This spray saved us from lots of tears and terror at bedtime and in the middle of the night.

    Recipe #98746

    The title says it all. It's the perfect coup de grace for your intimate dinner at home. As your guests sip their coffee, you unveil a glistening pink gelatin heart on a pedestal cake stand. Then you whip out a carving knife and stab it. Dark, gooey blood issues majestically from the wound. You cut dainty slices off the lobes of the heart and flip them onto dessert plates. You hold each portion under the oozing gash until it is nicely sauced with gore, add a dollop of whipped cream, and serve. First of all, find your mold. I found mine a couple years ago at Spencer's Gifts around Halloween season. It came with a very similar recipe, but not any instructions to make it bleed. Second, thoroughly wash your mold, especially all the detail where the veins are. When completely dry, spray the mold with non-stick cooking spray. You'll see below that Penn & Teller used a Valentine's Day-style heart-shaped cake pan...I think using the human heart mold improves on their concept one-hundred percent...! My human heart mold isn't large enough to handle the whole Penn & Teller recipe, so I halved the following recipe...I also altered the blood by using raspberry syrup and Chambord raspberry liqueur instead of the grenadine, since I was using raspberry gelatin. After the mold is set, I turn out the heart and set it on a crystal pedestal plate and use food coloring and a small brush to accent the veins. I even use red food coloring to shade the contours (it really does make a difference). I use my large Psycho-style butcher knife to sever and serve, as they suggest below. Otherwise, I have left the original Penn & Teller recipe intact below...it's rather long, but VERY descriptive and detailed... Penn & Teller's Bleeding Heart Penn & Teller's How to Play With Your Food© 1992 by Buggs & Rudy Discount Corp. *NOTE*: You will need a 1-gallon size food-storage bag (the plain kind without the zip closure) and a 6 1/2 cup heart-shaped gelatin mold or cake pan (The Zaar puter will not let me add them in the recipe)

    Recipe #248927

    These are so fun. If you feel inventive use white chocolate that has green in it and dip the entire cookie. The kiddoes love them.

    Recipe #241797

    These candies/cookies look like little pots, complete with dirt and flowers growing out of them. So cute, especially for any spring time function where there's children.

    Recipe #218881

    What a simple fun way to use blue jello and gummy fish!

    Recipe #106834

    8 Reviews |  By WJKing

    Kids and adults alike love this 'salad!' Nice to slice & serve on a lettuce leaf (for presentation)- the colors can be varied to suit any holiday - greens & reds for Christmas, varying shades of red for Valentine's Day, etc.. ENJOY! This sounds like a lot of work, but it's really not. This is one I like to make when I'll be working around home all day, and can stop to do step after step. :)

    Recipe #47814

    I got this from Sparkle Magazine!

    Recipe #154465

    1 Reviews |  By Kree

    I saw this on "Emeril Kicks up Halloween" last night, and I had to share it here! It's a spooky bright green color. They served it in test tubes!

    Recipe #75557

    I received this recipe from a Cookcrossing journal where friends fill in their favourite recipes into a book. This one sounded like a ton of fun!

    Recipe #194216

    Halloween treats to make with your kids. How can anything that looks so hauntingly creepy taste so good ?? My kids have enjoyed taking these to school for years, and so will yours.

    Recipe #143344

    Really cute rice crispy treat squares with decorated tombstones on top, coconut "grass" and candy pumpkins! Original recipe came from the Oct/Nov 2006 Taste of Home issue. (*See my notes if making for small children!)

    Recipe #192164

    In 1999 my boss gave all her 60 staff members one of these tree including me. I was very impress with them but she refused to give anyone the recipe. I found the recipe in 2005 in a ‘Coles Christmas’ Magazine. It was a lifesaver for me as in Dec 2005 I was unwell for most of December and in hospital for a week. I was discharged 1.5 weeks before Christmas and very upset as I didn’t have all my Christmas shopping done. So I made these for my close family and friends. They were all impressed, I even did a few variations. Rocky Road Mixture: glazed cherries chopped in small piece, marshmallows copped in small pieces & crushed peanuts. White Chocolate Tree: Used the same mixture as the original recipe except white chocolate. Green Tree: The original recipe but white chocolate and lots of drops of green food colour. I then got clear cello plastic to cover the tree but still be able to see it then decorated with nice ribbons. Please note cooking time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #192228

    Check these out before you say GROSS!! They're not what you think....Honest. I had these a while back at my stamp club, courtesy of another stamper. They are so popular around here right now that you can't find the pretzel rings or Hugs just anywhere. Hope you'll try them too! They're so simple, I'm kinda ashamed to call it a recipe......... ZWT MidAtlantic for the chocolate

    Recipe #80661

    This is a real Halloween party pleaser for the 6-10 year old crowd.

    Recipe #74300

    Notes: Use a cleaned 1-quart milk or orange juice carton to hold straws

    Recipe #3092

    4 Reviews |  By Roosie

    For those lucky, lucky people with the brain-shaped molds for gelatin. Available on mcphee.com among other places. Time does not include refrigeration.

    Recipe #74582

    It doesn't sound like much but I prefer this as an alternative to caramel corn, it is that good. I make it at Christmas time, pink and green and mix them together. Simple to make, sweet and crunchy. Colorful to boot! It goes fast. As far as I know this is an old recipe from long ago.

    Recipe #48667

    From perfectentertaining.com. She says, "You can use store bought or homemade cookies for this recipe. I like using chocolate dipped homemade chocolate chip cookies for this recipe personally, but you can use your favorite cookie…just make sure it is chocolate covered for the best results. Chocolate covered chocolate sandwich cookies also make excellent bases. If you are coating your own cookies, you can just press the kisses into the melted chocolate and it will stick without doing two steps. I made these for an adult party and actually sprinkled the cookies with silver dragees and edible silver dust for a special presentation." I can't wait to try these.

    Recipe #190731

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