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    I have long been a fan of other "poke cakes", because the fruity gelatins make the cake incredibly moist and give it a nice burst of flavor. I thought this would be a nice rendition for Halloween. It comes from Quick Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #137733

    Air popped popcorn lightly coated in caramel. Ready to eat in less than an hour!! Also good with pecans or almonds, add at Instruction #2

    Recipe #376332

    My friend Dawn sent me this recipe to try, and I did... It's like a pumpkiny custard on the bottom and crumb topping on top, and loaded with nuts. It's just plain WONDERFUL! Great anytime, but also for the holidays, and a lot easier and quicker than making a pie :D I made this for the Cake-A-Thon to honor Chef-I-Am October 2007. I know she would have loved this cake :) Here's to you Tina!

    Recipe #218584

    It is a easy recipe to prepare.

    Recipe #47315

    I copied this out of a magazine a while ago while waiting for my son at the ortho's office.

    Recipe #325336

    Adapted from Family Fun

    Recipe #259775

    These are sooo cute for a Halloween Snack for kids. It came from Family Fun.

    Recipe #140284

    These are a nice addition to your holiday desserts. I put vanilla frosting on them sometimes.

    Recipe #46112

    This is so different from your traditional "cake." It's like a snack mix made into a cake! Uses popped popcorn, M&Ms, caramels and peanuts. This recipe was titled Patriotic Popcorn Cake because it used red, white and blue M&Ms, but there are so many other possibilities! Use pastel M&Ms to make an Easter cake, red and green M&Ms for a Christmas cake, all pink or all blue M&Ms for a baby shower cake, assorted colors for a circus theme...you get the picture!

    Recipe #284102

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Think Stained Glass cookies for Halloween.

    Recipe #227659

    5 Reviews |  By Curlee

    A friend gave me this recipe but the original creator is Natialie Riggin from Olmypia, Washington. Two slices of refrigerator cookies are baked together with chocolate chips for the eyes and a cashew nut for the beak. A clever party cookie.

    Recipe #318358

    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

    Any little tummy will love these Yummy Mummy Dogs made with Rhodes frozen roll dough. Your costumed creatures will howl with fright-night delight to the very last bite.

    Recipe #330804

    These glowing Jack-O-Lantern pizzas are guaranteed to carve a grin on the face of even the fiercest little ghoul

    Recipe #330800

    I found this in a supermarket leaflet. I haven't tried them myself but thought they looked fun for all those Halloween parties!

    Recipe #101677

    Weave a web of frightfully fun appetizers that includes this Spooky Spider Dip Bowl!

    Recipe #330733

    Every Halloween time, I help myself to a handful of Goblin Gorp. The recipe was in a mom's group newsletter, and I'm thankful I noticed it. I enjoy it as much as the kids.

    Recipe #109422

    These PB&J poppers are a great alternative to a candy bar! They freeze well, and the number of servings will vary based on the size you choose to make your poppers. This recipe comes from a local newspaper.

    Recipe #313603

    3 Reviews |  By KGCOOK

    These are really quite a kid pleaser for parties. Don't even have to use paper plates here.

    Recipe #250321

    A fun way to get your s'mores fix...eat them lollipop style. I've been making up batches of these for years for the neighborhood kids at Christmas time and my 10-year old GD puts these up herself for friends.

    Recipe #273301

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