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    Halloween

    This is my cookbook of treats that I'd like to try during the Halloween season.
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    1 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Quick Fun and easy way to make Chicken for a Halloween Party treat.

    Recipe #39773

    4 Reviews |  By txgammi

    Very tasty! Serve as a dip with cookies or assorted fruit, such as sliced apples, strawberries and/or bananas. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #85456

    1 Reviews |  By Dave C

    A treat for the grandkids at halloween.Family loves them.

    Recipe #11683

    Great for Halloween parties

    Recipe #39885

    Be a nut and putter your bumpkins. Have your own pumpkin patch right in your kitchen. After reading Melanie's helpful review, I thought it best to emphasize that you should add sugar to the dough until it is very stiff and leave it at that.

    Recipe #39945

    5 Reviews |  By Lorac

    A quick cream cheese salsa dip topped with prepared guacamole decorated with a sour cream spider web. The optional chips are Halloween shapes cut out of tortillas and baked. The prep and cooking time includes the chips. Posted by request.

    Recipe #43015

    These sweet bones are easy to make and look great on a plate with some cobweb and black spiders!!!

    Recipe #44079

    These spooky fingers are a cinch to make because you use breadstick dough. Use with the Monster Munch recipe #to be given later. From the local newspaper.

    Recipe #141964

    These are a bit freaky looking! Great treats for Halloween or a fun afterschool snack that is MOSTLY healthy.

    Recipe #57683

    3 Reviews |  By Whisper

    A wonderful Halloween treat for kids and grown-ups alike. Very sweet and sinfully chocolate.

    Recipe #67137

    9 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A Hogwart's Special! Recipe posted by request. Prep time does NOT include freezing time.

    Recipe #68684

    A Hogwarts Special. Recipe posted by request.

    Recipe #68693

    4 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A Hogwarts Special. Recipe posted by request.

    Recipe #68695

    6 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A Hogwarts Special. Recipe posted by request.

    Recipe #68699

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

    Recipe #74300

    Along with Halloween, I am fascinated with the Mexican holiday Day Of The Dead, which occurs on November 1 and 2 (the 1st to honor children who have passed, and the 2nd to honor adults). These colorful little sugar skulls are created to place at the traditional altars to honor and welcome the spirits of deceased loved ones. The altars include brightly colored paper tissue paper garlands called papel picado in colors of purple, white, and pink; purple candles; a towel, soap, and washcloth so the spirits may "clean up" a little after their journey; treats that the departed enjoyed while on earth; and among many more things, these little skulls are used in various representations on the altar. And while these are technically edible, I generally don't eat them; in fact, I like to apply a bit of clear coat on them to preserve them.

    Recipe #103931

    Here is a simple Halloween treat for your gholies, young or old. You can let the kids do the decorating.

    Recipe #127972

    These are a sight to see. I originally made them after finding the recipe last year for Halloween and have since changed the recipe around to make them more eater-friendly. The smiles you will receive are priceless! Try to find the widest taco shells possible if you are not making your own. We call them “Johnny 5 Tacos” as they resemble the robot from the movie Short Circuit more than they seem spooky. Kids also love to help prepared these!

    Recipe #133229

    This recipe is from Martha Stewart, so not only do they look cool but they also have fantastic flavor--not too dry or hard. Even though they are soft inside, they aren't too, too fragile.

    Recipe #135850

    These cupcakes with "cobwebs" on the top make a perfect spooky treat for your favorite ghouls.

    Recipe #138208

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