Whether you're throwing a Halloween party or simply making an after-school treat, these frighteningly delicious recipes are sure to please.
Open-faced Oreos, M & M’s, candy corn, and sprinkles bring a convenience store treat―a MoonPie―to life. Secure cookies and candy to your MoonPie with melted chocolate candy coating. Then insert a 12- x ¼-inch dowel, available at craft stores, into marshmallow center and secure with more chocolate for an eye-popping, kid-friendly sweet.
This sweet treat combines pumpkin with white chocolate chips, marshmallow crème and chopped pecans to make a delicious new
staple for the Halloween season.
Carved and decorated, pumpkins bewitchingly greet trick-or-treaters, but their spooky guises don’t stop us from savoring this
treat in dishes such as Stuffed Pumpkin With Cranberry-Raisin Bread Pudding.
Harvest Moon Lollipops make a perfect party project for kids. (Help younger children insert the lollipop sticks.) Arrange
lollipops in a container filled with florist foam for an impressive centerpiece, or wrap individually in cellophane and give
as party favors.
These adorable White Meringue Ghosts are equally decorative and fun to eat.
Serve Cereal–and–Granola "Apples" for dessert or package them as party favors for the kids.
For all the reluctant bakers out there, have no fear: Witches’ Hats require only three ingredients and no baking! Fudge-striped
shortbread cookies are simply topped with a chocolate kiss and finished with a frosting bow.
Branch out and get creative with some of our favorite caramel apple toppings. Please note: We used Southern magnolia twigs; other branches may render the apples inedible. When in doubt, use craft sticks or large
To make these festive cakes, order six unfrosted bakery cupcakes, or bake your own. Stir 8 drops purple liquid food coloring into 1 (16-oz.) can creamy supreme vanilla frosting. Pipe onto cupcakes; add edible toppers (available at party stores). Place each cupcake in a glass “specimen” jar (widemouthed canning jar) for a creative favor.