- Brew-Ha-Ha Punch
- Deviled Green Goblin Eggs
- Harvest Moon Lollipops
- Monster Eyes
- Pumpkin Cheese Ball
- Wiener Worms
I love to recall my childhood memories of Halloween. To me, it was never about scary things--it was about the magic of whimsical costumes, carved pumpkins, neighborhood laughter, and the essence of fall. Many years have passed since I've been trick-or-treating, but I still get just as excited.
Start a new tradition at your house this year, and invite family and friends for a festive gathering. We've assembled easy recipes and ideas that are sure to delight your costume-clad guests. We're betting you'll create many memories of your own.
Helpful Egg Tips
- Gently tap warm eggs on kitchen counter immediately after cooking, cracking evenly over entire shell. Food color will seep into the cracks, forming a pattern on the whites that can be seen after peeling.
- Attach egg halves with stuffed sides facing each other so that yolk mixture is sandwiched between white.
"Fun With Friendly Ghosts" is from the October 2002 issue of Southern Living.