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    Treats for Ghoulies and Ghosties

    Happy Halloween! Photo by Chef Dee

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    I have tryed many recipes over the years for popcorn balls when my son was small, these *are* the best and easy to make, they remain soft and chewy --- they are perfect for a children's Halloween party or for the holidays, I usually get about 25-30 good-sized balls with this recipe :)

    Recipe #190097

    3 Reviews |  By T-Logan

    My grandmother gave me this recipe. It's so simple and easy to do. It is easily adjusted to make larger quantities, and it's very yummy - a nice reminder of the holidays. These can also be used as garnish for the top of pumpkin pies, on anything with whipped topping, and as an ice cream topping. I think they'll store indefinitely, but honestly, they rarely last past the first day in my house! Enjoy!

    Recipe #103600

    Great little snack you can easily throw together for your next Halloween party!

    Recipe #28603

    108 Reviews |  By troyh

    Sundance Inn Bed & Breakfast, New Braunfels, Texas

    Recipe #5365

    I made this snack mix for a Parent's Weekend get-together for my daughter's sorority and it was a hit. It's easy to make and you can substitute any of the snacks. I lined my pan with parchment paper and was glad I did! I put individual servings in fall goodie bags so that it was easy for guests to take their own bag. The recipe comes from a junior league cookbook.

    Recipe #139850

    Perfect for Halloween! Microwave kettle corn can be substituted and the butter and sugar omitted. Recipe adapted from an internet site.

    Recipe #140651

    A great snack for in front of the TV. The recipe comes from a community cookbook.

    Recipe #138854

    A great treat for a Halloween party! The recipe comes from a community cookbook.

    Recipe #139198

    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

    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

    This is a great cake, perfect for Halloween parties, that is a take-off of the stand-by graveyard pudding. I noticed pudding is less popular than cake, and of course, cake is more suited for parties, especially those with kids. You can use your choice of cake flavor, but pay attention to the cookie crumbs you use in that case so they are compatible flavors. You also probably wouldn't want to use chocolate icing with a pumpkin cake, but if you wanted a pumpkin frosting, that would be good, or else use vanilla.You can use whipped cream to make the ghosties, but be aware that if you do this, the cake needs to remain chilled, and the whipped cream does try to sag and run after awhile (so don't do that too far in advance). The marshmallow ghosties are more durable at room temp. Those are often sold near displays of halloween candy, not necessarily by the bags of marshmallows.

    Recipe #101397


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