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    Spooktacular Halloween Recipes

    The cute Halloween photograph on the front cover was taken by none other then the talented KimD!
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    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

    Chocolate sugar cones filled with a creamy homemade mousse then dipped in chocolate and covered in Halloween sprinkles. I love them and I hope you do to!

    Recipe #192231

    This is another recipe from the nice folks at the Providence Journal. These fun treats are great at Halloween, but the basic recipe is a delicious fudge which can also be enjoyed anytime of the year. Simply roll fudge balls in toppings for easy candy treats. How long it takes will depend on how dedicated you are to making an eye-catching treat!

    Recipe #192244

    Cute little bugs! Easy to make too! Oh how I wish my camera worked so I could take a photo!

    Recipe #192338

    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

    This is another of my family's favorite recipes from the Pillsbury Halloween magazine I bought. They are really cute with little mustard eyes and mouth. I also mix equal parts mustard and ketchup together for dipping. Fun, easy and they taste good too!

    Recipe #257007

    These are a really cute and healthy snack for Halloween! They look like little mouths with bad teeth! LOL

    Recipe #257165

    Witches fingers that are a healthy Halloween treat! Fun to eat and great for the lunch box! Wear plastic gloves or sandwich baggie over hands to keep cheese smudge free as possible!

    Recipe #257166

    These are really cute and kids just love the salty/sweet combination....they don't have to know this is a healthy alternative to Halloween snacks! Fun for the lunch box! I use the organic "smooshed" fruit rolls - yum!

    Recipe #257169

    Cute little snacks for the lunch box that are sure to cause a stir! Way too cute!!! A healthy Halloween treat for your little ghouls! You can use peanut butter if you child does not have allergies or is not attending a "nut free" school.

    Recipe #257170

    Cute lunch box idea for Halloween that your little ghouls and gobblins will just love! You can use any sandwich filling if your child does not like tuna fish. You will need a ghost cookie cutter.

    Recipe #257172

    Another one I got from All You magazine. Use red or orange tortillas if possible.

    Recipe #260420

    This is a GREAT appetizer for your next Halloween Party! If you don't have a brain mold, you can substitute by lining a med. size round bowl with saran wrap and making your mold. Once the mold is set, you can take the round end of a knife or a pencil eraser and create your crevices and creases to make your brain, as in the picture I have posted. Takes a little more time, but works well. When done designing your brain, peel off the saran wrap, and plate to serve along with your crackers, chips etc.

    Recipe #260426

    8 Reviews |  By CandyTX

    Tom came up with this for our son's Halloween-themed birthday party. It was beyond nasty looking, but everyone loved it and took some home to show their parents. A hit!

    Recipe #260527

    I got this from All You magazine

    Recipe #260570

    Tell the kids they're eating bat wings and they are sure to request them even when its not Halloween! These are GREAT for your next Halloweenie Party, but for anytime really! Preparation time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #260626

    Quick N Easy to make, these little BUGGERS are GREAT for your next Halloween Party! Kids love these yummy treats, but don't think the adults won't like them, because they are a hit with both young and old! Serving size varies, depending on how big you make the spiders, and how many of the noodles you use along with the chocolate.

    Recipe #260629

    Here's a spooky dip recipe from Bob and Randy Harmon, the brothers who own a local grocery chain here in Utah. Their slogan is "We're not normal, we're Harmons." This recipe isn't going to make your normal dip since it was created by the Harmon brothers. This recipe is from an appearance by the brothers on KUTV News.

    Recipe #262408

    A Halloween sweet that will keep your guests "wrapped" in good taste.

    Recipe #262723

    Great Halloween dessert. Very easy to make.

    Recipe #263130

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