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Bat Scream Sandwiches

Created by: Danielle Cheever, Envision Pretty

There are two things people love when it comes to sweet treats: fun-shaped food and ice cream. I decided to combine the two for a super easy Halloween Treat DIY. (I don’t even know if I should call it a recipe – it was that simple.)

Dietitian’s Corner: Have a Happy, Healthy Halloween

Created by: By Allison Kuhn MS, RD, LD

Without thinking too hard, fill in this blank: “Halloween ____________.” Did you think of candy? If so, you’re not alone! A major part of any Halloween celebration is collecting and enjoying super sweet treats, especially when little ones are involved.


Trash Bag Spider Webs

Created by: Hannah Hagler, Champagne Lifestyle

If you're anything like me, you dread the idea of accumulating holiday decorations that will sit in boxes in the garage and gather dust until you are ready to bring them in (special bug visitors? No thank you). I love decorations that are cheap, easy and can be thrown away each year. This DIY idea is so cheap and easy it will blow your mind.

Trick-or-Treat Pumpkin Pie Dip

Created by: Carrie Robinson, Frugal Foodie Mama

This creamy trick-or-treat pumpkin pie dip from foodie blogger combines trick-or-treating candy with another fall favorite: pumpkin pie. Fat-free cream cheese and reduced fat whipped topping make this party-perfect dip a bit healthier than other renditions of this recipe. You can rely on the Snickers, Twix and M&M’s to provide plenty of sweetness and decadence.

Black Bean Spider Hummus

Hummus is more than delicious…it's easy to make, too! Blend up some at home and add a spooky Halloween touch with this simple recipe.

Caramel Coffee Toddy

Created by: Hannah Hagler, Champagne Lifestyle

There’s something about fall that makes me crave a warm adult beverage by a fire. This caramel coffee toddy is really easy to make in bulk for guests – just put a pot of coffee on, add a few ingredients and you’ve got a delicious coffee drink for multiple people that won’t take too much time or energy.

Chipotle Pumpkin Deviled Eggs

Your guests will love these miniature deviled eggs, made to look like tiny pumpkins, complete with stems! The chipotle chili powder gives them a spicy kick for even more irresistible flavor.

DIY Halloween Cocktail Rims

Created by: Emily Caruso, Jelly Toast

Add spooky flair to your next Halloween cocktail party with DIY Halloween cocktail rims. With a few simple kitchen staples, you can transform your ordinary glasses into frightful drinkware that your guests will go crazy for.

Pumpkin Chocolate Chunk Bread Pudding

Created by: Emily Caruso, Jelly Toast

Fall means it's pumpkin season! This time of year it's great to stock up on canned pumpkin. You can use it in many different recipes – from savory to sweet. I try to make it a personal mission to figure out how many different baked goods I can add pumpkin to. In my mind, that is the very best kind of kitchen challenge.

Pumpkin Crème Brulee Tartlets

Created by: Greggy Soriano, Greggy's Digest

These mini-treats are the perfect pastry for your fall dinner party, a comforting and unique twist on your classic pumpkin pie. What's great about this recipe is that it's “no-bake,” so it makes life that much easier! Private Selection™ even has prebaked pastry tartlet shells that come right out of the box!

Savory Tex-Mex Corn Pancakes

Created by: Nicole Leggio, Cooking for Keeps

Pancakes. Everyone’s favorite breakfast food, right? Not mine. Pancakes tend to be my husband’s (and the rest of the country's) most requested breakfast item on lazy Saturday mornings, and while I share his love for inhaling fluffy pockets of dough with copious amounts of butter and sweet syrup, I actually happen to love pancakes just as much in savory form – for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Spooky Sangria Bar

Created by: Julia Mueller, The Roasted Root

My friends and I have a tradition of getting together on Halloween to enjoy appetizers, watch horror movies and pass out Halloween candy to trick-or-treaters. Some of us even dress up in costumes and we all enjoy a low-key evening with homemade cocktails. We enjoy making a theme for our evening by choosing a spooky Halloween-inspired food or drink to prepare and share.

Twix Icebox Cake

Created by: Emily Caruso, Jelly Toast

This no-bake layered icebox cake from Emily Caruso of turns leftover Halloween candy into a sophisticated culinary concoction. Just steal some small, fun-size Twix bars from your kids’ tick-or-treating sacks, combine with vanilla and chocolate ice cream and graham crackers, and you’ve got all the makings of an amazing dessert.

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