This simple DIY Halloween treat makes a super-fun garnish or swizzle stick for Halloween drinks or milkshakes! But you can make these Halloween Monster Candy Kabobs and wrap them up individually in cellophane to give out as a favor at a Halloween
Melted Witch Bark is a cute and fun Halloween treat that everyone will love! All you need to make these fun treats are green candy melts, mini chocolate chips, pretzel sticks, mini Reeses cups, Halloween Oreos, and Hershey Hugs!
Get a look at this creamy apple pie milkshake topped with a spooky black apple.
It's made with vanilla ice cream and apple pie filling -- and tastes just like an apple pie. You can add black food coloring to the caramel dipping sauce for a "poisoned" effect, then garnish your glasses with any leftover sauce.
If you love chocolate and Halloween, you'll definitely want to make an easy and fun batch of Halloween Boo Bark! It's super simple to make -- all you need are candy melts and your favorite Halloween sprinkles!
This Halloween dessert recipe is for all your Nightmare Before Christmas fans. If you want to make some cute and colorful Nightmare Before Christmas Cookies, all you need is some cookie dough and a little food coloring. Everyone at your Halloween party will love these Sally Cookies!
Kids will love crafting up these funny Dracula Denture cookies. To make them, you'll need some cookies, broken in half. You'll also need to round up some mini marshmallows, red frosting, and almonds to use as teeth.
This recipe would be a great crafty activity to make at a school Halloween party, too!
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