These Purple People Eater Floats are super-simple to make and only take 2 ingredients! We've provided our recipe for homemade Frozen Vanilla Custard, but you could also use store-bought if you don't have time to make your own.
All eyes will be on this Spooky Monster Eye Surprise Cake at your next Halloween party. This cake looks cute and adorable from the outside, then when you cut it open, there's a bloodshot monster eye ball staring back a you.
Dripping and delicious, this White Hot Chocolate with Vampire's Blood is as fun to make as it is to drink! Create "oooohs" and "ahhhhs" at your next Halloween function. Do your guests dare to have a sip?
These creepy crawlies won't scare you - but they might make you smille! Not So Spooky Spider Cookies are rich chocolate cookies rolled in chocolate sprinkles with pretzel legs complete with candy eyeballs.
Fun, spooky treats that are great as a teacher gift or party favor! What do you get when you take a homemade marshmallow, cut it in a pumpkin shape and then smoosh between graham crackers and melty chocolate? Halloween S'mores!
"Me want cookie!" is what your kids will be chanting when they see these Cookie Monster Brownie Sandwich Cookies. This is a great Halloween activity that will entertain kids in the kitchen - and the best part? They get to eat the finished product!
These Wickedly Good Witch Hat Cookies are wickedly cute! Use our homemade edible playdough to make these spooky witch hats and watch your kids have an eerily good time in the kitchen! Peanut butter, chocolate and cookies - what could be better for a scary treat?
Nobody will have to ask if you are a good witch or a bad witch when you bring these Sugar Cone Witch Hats to the party! Treat those you love to a little Halloween fun with a sweet snack that is also fun to look at.
All eyes will be on you when you serve these Spooky White Chocolate Pretzel Eyeballs at your next Halloween party! These eyes seem to follow you around the room - just waiting to be eaten! Sweet and salty, these treats please everyone - you'll "see!"