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    The cute Halloween photograph on the front cover was taken by none other then the talented KimD!
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    This is my sister's recipe and her pics as well, but these are so cute I had to share. No cooking/baking required! I was made to put in package sizes, but it is a package of cookies, large package of licorice, large package of skittles and a tub of icing. So simple!

    Recipe #329846

    You need to work fast when shaping the balls so gather up a few more hands to help can use mini M&M's chocolate candies in place of the candy corn --- if desired wrap each ball in pieces of colored plastic wrap

    Recipe #329311

    I've made a variation of this for the past two years for Halloween dinner. We enjoy carving the 'pumpkins' and eating the 'worms'.

    Recipe #328185

    I usually cook everything from scratch, but sometimes you're in a rush & don't have the time. These cupcakes are perfect for times like that....I have these on standby every Halloween for the trick-or-treaters! If you're not so pushed for time, make 36 of your own cupcakes or use a 22.5 ounce box of brownie mix.

    Recipe #326833

    This is a great recipe for Halloween or a kids party. It is really simple to put together & looks fab. Time to make doesn't include time to set.

    Recipe #326725

    These are GREAT fun! Bake some chocolate fairy cakes, muffins or cupcakes, decorate them and then turn them into Hooting Halloween Owls! I made these last year for a children's Halloween party, and they all loved them. The recipe is based on our British fairy cake or angel cake recipe, where the top of the baked cake or muffin is cut off to create the "wings". I have stated some sweets (candy) that are British - please use your own local sweets to decorate the owls. This is a wonderful recipe idea that I have changed and adapted from Tana Ramsay, the wife of the famous Gordon Ramsay.....she has some great family recipes, of which this is one. (Preparation time includes the time to decorate and ice them after they have been baked.) My Recipe #328085 would also be great Halloween companions for these hooting owls!

    Recipe #326716

    Made from two bundt cakes, this cake makes an ideal Halloween cake & centrepiece. It is both delicious & beautuful (& fun to make). To make this recipe easier & quicker, you can substitute three boxes of spice-cake mix for the cake ingredients - just follow the box instructions! There are quite a few steps to make this cake but it is NOT difficult & is well worth the effort!

    Recipe #326243

    5 Reviews |  By lazyme

    It’s no trick--this Halloween party treat requires only three ingredients and 5 minutes to prepare. I simply mix together candy corn, M&M’s and peanuts. Then I watch it all disappear!

    Recipe #319764

    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

    2 Reviews |  By Whispyr

    I made this last year at Halloween, and I plan to make it again this year. The kids all loved it, it was gone faster than any of the other foods. Not only is it tasty, it's neat looking too! However, I cannot remember where I got the recipe from.

    Recipe #309234

    Great Halloween dessert. Very easy to make.

    Recipe #263130

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

    Recipe #262723

    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

    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

    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

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

    Recipe #192338

    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

    Their sandwiches of the dead that came from their spooky dangerous grave.

    Recipe #172219

    This will be a hit at your next Halloween party.

    Recipe #162712

    While cleaning out my pantry (ugh, what a chore) I found some wooden bbq skewers that have been replaced by metal ones. What do I do with these? The little wheels in my mind started grinding and I came up with this idea for my Halloween Boo-ffet.

    Recipe #156881

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