Caramel Apples are a sweet treat everyone loves this time of year. Make them extra special with a spiced twist.
Category 'Halloween Food'
These werewolf paw cookies are the perfect Halloween treat for your little ghosts and goblins!
Sweet, tender dates are perfect imposters for creepy-crawly bugs. Unpitted dates are softer and easier to work with than their pitted counterparts....
Just because these Halloween appetizers and main course dishes are spooky and spine-tingling doesn't mean they won't satisfy hungry party guests.
Let them beckon to you from beyond the grave, summoning you right over to their serving plate.
Spook Halloween party guests with these light, airy confections made of meringue.
These anatomy-inspired nibbles are guaranteed to gross out your friends … well, until they take a taste.
This version of classic Halloween treat is ideal for children because it's sized just right.
Invite a crew of frozen friends for dessert. Cut off the top quarter of an orange. Scoop out flesh with a spoon, then carve eyes, noses, and grin w...
Don't be afraid of these friendly ghosts -- they're easy to make.
See, this is the best pumpkin cake you will ever try. It is a three-layer beauty made up of tender and flavorful pumpkin cake that’s paired with a ...
What we love about this dish is it brings everyone to the table to dip and share in this treat while it's still warm out of the oven.
These new desserts are inspired by the holiday ghouls and goblins, but they really just make us smile.
Gather your pineapples, avocados, Sharpies, spray paint, and crayons — because these six unique tips are about to change the non-pumpkin carving game.
How franken’ cute are these little guys for Halloween?! … And so easy to make which is always awesome.
Dress up the kids' favorite peanut butter sandwich cookies as friendly, flapping bats this Halloween!
Turn spooky spiders into tasty treats! Spray your frosted cupcakes with purple and green food color mist, then use gumballs to make spider bodies o...
These little morsels are caught in an egg, not a web! Try your hand at spidery food art by cutting eight "legs" out of pitted black olives, and pla...