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    Halloween

    Now that I have a kidling, Halloween is even MORE fun!
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    Recipe #439859

    From the Closet Cooking blog.

    Recipe #439576

    My sister's co-worker brought these to a party and they were quite a hit. I don't know where the recipe came from originally. "Bark" is an artificial chocolate or vanilla candy coating/confectioner's coating used to make a treat called almond bark and can be found at most grocery stores near the chocolate chips. You can use chocolate chips and white chocolate chips if you don't have almond bark, but I have found that almond bark melts better and is easier to work with.

    Recipe #52035

    Recipe #330369

    This is such a wonderful and traditional English recipe for Hallowe'en - All Hallow's Eve! It was a dish traditionally served to unmarried guests with a ring hidden inside. Whoever found the ring would be the next one to be married! This delicious mashed potato has nine ingredients in it - hence its name. Serve it as a supper dish by itself, or as an accompaniment to bangers/sausages, for a comforting Autumn supper dish! For those whom may be interested, a brief history on the origins of Hallowe'en: In ancient Britain this date was the pre-Christian eve of the New Year and Celtic Harvest Festival, when the souls of the dead were thought to revisit their homes to eat and drink. People left refreshments on the table and unlocked their doors before retiring for the night, then bells were rung, fires lit to guide the returning souls back to earth and animals were brought in for the winter. After Hallowe'en became a Christian festival, supernatural associations continued to thrive. It was believed that witches were abroad and that it was possible for certain people to perform magic and summon up spirits. Hallowe'en was once a time for making mischief - many parts of England still recognise this date as Mischief Night - when children would knock on doors demanding a treat (Trick or Treat) and people would disguise themselves as witches, ghosts, kelpies and spunkies, in order to obtain food and money from nervous householders. In certain parts of England youths still play pranks on their neighbours by hiding garden ornaments, whitewashing walls and ringing doorbells in the dead of night.

    Recipe #254835

    A fun hot chocolate to have waiting for your little goblins when they come back from Trick-or-treating.

    Recipe #254908

    These cute little decorations are good served as a stirrer for hot chocolate or hot apple cider.

    Recipe #255283

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Ok, I'll admit that I'm on a Halloween binge and having a bunch of fun! These aren't realy moldy. For regular biscuits just leave out the coloring.

    Recipe #255072

    These cookies are a Halloween twist on the famous New York City classic: the black-and-white cookie. Covered with a soft, sweet icing, these cookies resemble miniature cakes in texture and taste. Perfect for your ghouls and goblins!

    Recipe #192483

    These are fun cookies to make for Halloween. It was one of the many we had for our party, and they were a big hit.

    Recipe #174868

    1 Reviews |  By lazyme

    This is a recipe that I would like to try for Halloween from Pillsbury Halloween 2005. The picture is really cute and looks like bloodshot eyes.

    Recipe #254319

    From Sunset. You will need an owl-shaped cookie cutter.

    Recipe #254108

    From Sunset. Quote Macbeth and tell your kids that the hominy is teeth and the peas are frog eyes.

    Recipe #254234

    A rich chocolate cake.

    Recipe #253549

    These cookies are shaped like skulls (I know, kinda creepy, but totally fitting), and are perfect for All Saints and All Souls day (Nov 1st-2nd). The recipe is originally from "A Year in Chocolate: Four Seasons of Unforgettable Desserts" via the 101 Cookbooks blog.

    Recipe #253800

    From Sunset Magazine

    Recipe #252550

    My sister Carol has made these for her boys since they were little and both they and their friends loved them. Now the boys are in college, they just "have to have" them every Halloween.... so Carol sends them care packages. (Number of cookies is estimate)

    Recipe #116288

    This make about 12 cups of a blue kid friendly slimy drink, which makes it perfect for a children's Halloween party or any children's party --- you might want to give this a try using different flavors of gelatin powder :)

    Recipe #185174

    Serve dip with bone crackers.

    Recipe #252738

    I love making this drink at parties. At first glance, you might gross your guest out a bit, but once they taste it, they'll ask for it all night. It honestly tastes like a fizzy popsicle in a glass. delicious!

    Recipe #252801

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