Fun and Frightful Halloween Recipes
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Mummy Hot Dogs
Rosanna Pansino's spooky spin on pigs in a blanket uses homemade dough wrapped around hot dogs.
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Nacho Jack-o'-Lantern Cheese Ball
Halloween can get cheesy, so why not embrace it? Try the unholy union of chips, cheese and salsa rolled into a cool Jack o’ Lantern — without the slimy guts to scoop.
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Jack-o'-Lantern Deviled Eggs
Classic creamy deviled eggs get a Halloween makeover with orange food dye and a scribble of black gel coloring. Have fun and make your jack-o'-lanterns look as happy or spooky as you want.
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Bocconcini Eyeballs with "Blood" Salsa
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Spiced Pumpkin Cake
Have your pumpkin cake and eat it, too, with this spiced round glimpse of the season.
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Chocolate-coated candied orange peels are simple to make and slightly better for you than all the other Halloween candy you're eating.
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Bonz of the Dead
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Marshmallow Popcorn Balls
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Double-Decker Coffin Sandwiches
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Frozen Cherries with White Chocolate Sauce
Seeing a bowl of these is a lot spookier than grapes, the classic go-to for Halloween "eyeballs." Don't be surprised if your friends jump back after getting a good look at 'em.
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Satisfy your sweet tooth and your lust for blood all in one with this grenadine-laced blend of vanilla ice cream, white creme de cacao and triple sec.
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Milk Chocolate Graveyard Cake
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Chocolate, Coconut and Toasted Almond Devils Food Twinkies
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Spicy/Sweet Popcorn Balls
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Diavoli Fritte with Onion and Dill Dip
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Baked with brown sugar and nutella, and topped with a witch hat-resembling chocolate kiss, all these spell-casting cookies are missing is an edible broom.
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Haunted Candy House
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The Brain Cocktail
A cousin of the Bloody Brain Shooter, this cerebral cocktail packs plenty of Southern charm thanks to sweet peach schnapps.
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Screaming Spice Cookies
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Halloween Ghost Cupcakes
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Pumpkin Waffles with Maple Walnut Apples
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Snickerdoodle Cookie Pizza
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Blood and Guts Potatoes
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Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Cheesecake Pops
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Spellbinders With Devil Eyeballs
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Snack Bar Madness Chocolate Chip Cookies
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Sea Creature Soup With Slime Aioli
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Severed Hand Sangria
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Peanut Butter Spider Cookies
Reinvent the classic peanut butter-chocolate cookie with googly eyes. These treats will skitter right off the plate.
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Cauldron Cake Pops
Crumbled green velvet chocolate cake is at the center of Rosanna Pansino's festive cake pops. It takes a steady hand to pipe on the frosting, but once you get the hang of it, you'll be cackling with excitement.
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