Fun Foods For Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner. It’s time to start decorating—and planning any special treats you’ll serve at your child’s school or neighborhood Halloween party.

Here are some of our favorite recipes:


This recipe is adorable—and so easy to make. Frankentreats are essentially Rice Krispie treats on wooden skewers. You cover them with melted white chocolate, then decorate with M&Ms, gummy worms and Jujubes. Your kids will have just as much fun helping you make these as they will eating them! Get the recipe here.

Eyeball Quiche

These mini quiches feature pimiento-stuffed olive slices for eyes. Your kids and guests will love how creepy they look. You’ll find the recipe here.

Crescent Mummy Dogs

This simple recipe is a hit among the trick-or-treating set. It might just be the perfect dinner on the big night. Cut refrigerated dough lengthwise into 10 pieces, then wrap dough strips around each hot dog. Use mustard to draw features on each face. Get the recipe here.

Cake Ball Brains with Oozing Cherry Blood

This recipe is a bit more complicated, but it’s worth the extra effort. It involves purchasing brain-shaped ice cube molds and filling them with candy coloring, chocolate cake and cherry jelly, jam, preserves or dessert sauce. The result is amazing! You’ll find the recipe here.

Salty Bones

It won’t take much time to create a pile of bones. You shape refrigerated breadstick dough into bones, sprinkle on some coarse salt, then bake for 12 minutes. Get the recipe here.