Don’t waste those pumpkins you carved for Halloween this year! Here are a bunch of fun ways to use leftover Halloween pumpkins. See lots of food & party recipes using a leftover pumpkin — like pumpkin butter, pumpkin donuts, pumpkin milkshakes, roasted pumpkin seeds, and more. Plus, how to make DIY planters & flower pots, serving bowls, pumpkin toss games, and dog toys. Heck, you can even use leftover pumpkins to make a healthy facial mask, feed the wildlife in your yard, or plant the seeds and grow your own pumpkins for next year!
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Whether you’re a football fan or you love someone who is, throwing a Superbowl party is one way to make watching the game (and the Superbowl commercials) a whole lot more fun! Here are my 9 best ideas that make Superbowl parties super popular. For your next football viewing party, try these…
For your Super Bowl party, here’s the best recipe for ‘original’ Buffalo Wings + Fun football-named cocktails. Like chicken wings? You’ll love this buffalo chicken wings recipe!
If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party this year, you’ll appreciate these fun ideas: Super Bowl themes, Superbowl food, Super Bowl party games & DIY Superbowl invitations.
You may have seen sites that help you make food recipes using ingredients you already have on hand. Now, there are sites that help you make bar drink recipes using the alcohol and mixers that you already have on hand! So, what’s in your liquor cabinet right now?
In addition to making pumpkin pie shots and pumpkin drink skewers or stir sticks, you’ll find LOTS of Halloween drink recipes for punch and other cocktails, as well as non-alcoholic Halloween drinks for kids and adults alike.
Step-by-step instructions to make some of the most gruesome looking Halloween foods that I’ve ever seen. And I’ve seen a lot of scary Halloween foods! The best part… as gross as these foods look, they’re all 100% edible!
Make your next party a flash back to simpler times. A retro party can take someone back to their childhood or enlighten a younger person to what life was like back then. Besides it’s a good excuse to take your Poodle Skirt out and put it to use.
Creating unique Halloween costumes for your party will make it a hit. Here are a few fun Halloween party tips. Plus, some ways to use all that leftover candy once the party’s over.
Following are the best ways to put leftover Easter candy to good use, including: chocolate Easter bunnies, Easter M&Ms, jelly beans, marshmallow peeps, creme eggs …and more!
Here are some fun ideas to consider for your St. Patrick’s Day party, including handmade invitations, green food and drinks to serve at your party, how to decorate and find St. Patrick’s Day decorations, plus fun St Patricks Day party activities and games.
Instructions and videos showing how to make a variety of green drink recipes including: green beer, green alcoholic cocktails and non-alcoholic green drinks. These will make any St. Patrick’s Day party a huge success. Or, if you’re playing it low-key this year, your family will enjoy the non-alcoholic green drink recipes for a change of pace.
I always end up with leftover candy canes after the holidays. I have lots of kids around during Christmas, and candy canes make a nice sweet treat for them, so I tend to buy more than I actually need. Plus, I like to decorate with candy canes. Here’s what you can do with leftover candy canes.
Here are a number of options for a gluten-free holiday, including how to find a gluten free turkey to ideas for side dishes, and even some gluten-free Christmas gift ideas.
Over the years, I’ve hosted holiday parties many times and I’d like to share a few stress-free tips that will make your Thanksgiving dinner a smashing success. These are my best tips regarding food prep and cooking for dinner hosts who will be preparing the big meal on Thanksgiving Day…
Here are lots of fun things you can do with all that leftover Halloween candy — from leftover candy recipes, to fun pieces of art you can make, ways you can reuse leftover candy, and how you can pass that candy on to soldiers in Iraq.
The following tips will help you get through the day and still give you time to entertain your guests.
The trick is to plan early and do things in stages… In fact, as soon as Halloween is over, you should start thinking about your Thanksgiving dinner plans.
Here are some of my favorite Halloween treat recipes. The best part: they’re easy and fun to make… the kids can even help!
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.
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!