Make Halloween treats for the kids and delicious dishes for the adults too!
Halloween treats to make for kids—and kids at heart.
This kid-friendly Halloween fare is so cute, it’s scary.
If you don’t have a bat-shaped cookie cutter, use a 3-inch round cutter and cut some of the rounds in half for wings that can be pressed onto either side of a round bat face.
We turned to two old-fashioned dessert recipes—burnt sugar cake and seven-minute frosting—to come up with caramel-flavored cupcakes topped with billowy marshmallow frosting.
Layers of colorful custard and snowy whipped cream mimic the look of candy corn in this dessert.
If you’ve ever looked at holiday treats and thought, “Those look too hard to make,” this recipe’s for you.
A sharp knife, a couple of radishes, and some sunflower seeds are all you need to turn black olives into itty-bitty owls.
Ssso good, ssso easy, and there's no need to tell kids there's spinach swimming in the guacamole. Have a pizza cutter on hand for easy slicing and sharing.
If kids balk at eating the bell pepper skulls of these brainy creations, rinse them well after serving, then cut into strips for snacks later on.
Hooray for the wide availability of veg marshmallows that make these simple desserts possible. Assemble the monsters just before serving.