Here are some of my favorite Halloween treat recipes. The best part: they’re easy and fun to make… the kids can even help!
Party Food & Beverages
Make some fun football cupcakes! Start with ‘easy vanilla cupcakes’. Then add ‘vanilla buttercream icing’. Finally, top individual cupcakes with one of the following: Edible Footballs — made from caramel candies, with white icing as the stripes on the ball. Pennant Flags — press fruit candies (like Starburst), then cut in the shape of sports flags, attach the flags to pretzel sticks, and pipe some icing messages onto the flags. Tiny Helmets — made from the same fruit candies in different colors, cut in the shape of football helmets, and then pipe some icing onto the helmets for decoration.
You’ve seen those little candy hearts since you were young…. now, check out these little-known facts and other fun stuff about NECCO Sweethearts candies!
Did you know that you can create your own custom messages for M&M’s candies? Yep, you can now order bags of personalized M&M’s for gifts or parties!
Eating out on Thanksgiving Day is becoming popular. In fact, more than 50% of Americans have their Thanksgiving dinner prepared (in full or in part) outside the home. Here’s an interesting look at the growing tradition of dining out on Thanksgiving Day.
If you’re wondering what the heck pumpkin seeds are good for, check out these fun ideas for cooked, roasted, toasted, and baked pumpkin seeds.
Kids of all ages will have a ball creating these edible Halloween concoctions and one-of-a-kind party surprises that are sure to turn a few eyeballs. Following are some spooky foods that will really gross out everyone, plus some interesting “eerie” effects that will work wonders at your party!