Food & Recipes
What would Halloween be without the treats? From yummy sweets and finger foods to fall-fresh meals and dessert ideas, you're sure to find something that hits the spot.
These ideas are perfect for a creepy-cool party in your child's classroom.
Celebrate the season with these fun and spooky snacks and sweets!
Fill your kids' Halloween goody bags with these festive homemade treat recipes.
Invite a few friends over for an easy--and tasty-- Halloween feast before the kids head out. They'll be fueled up and ready to run, run, run!
Directions for making a cute owl snack that's made from crackers, cream cheese, almonds, and raisins.
These monster-headed cupcakes will be a sweet surprise for your little goblins.
Want your doorstep to be the "it!" home this Halloween? Here's what to make.
Directions for decorating a cupcake to look like it's a house that's fallen on a witch.
We wouldn't trick you: It's scarily easy to throw together these cute and creepy no-bake treats.
This creepy crawler of a cupcake is popular with web slingers of all sizes.
This Halloween, turn your table into a haunted forest by crafting these candy-coated centerpieces with your kids.
Orange you glad to have a healthy snack to serve this Halloween season?
Fun recipes for a scary breakfast, spine-tingling lunch, and spooky dinner.
This frosted Halloween treat will tickle your funny bone.
Make no bones about it, partygoers will get a scream out of this playful treat.
From classic pumpkin pies to soothing squash soups, we've got comfort-food recipes that highlight fall's signature produce.
These chocolate doughnut rats are as tasty as they are creepy. Whip up a bunch for a fun Halloween party snack.
When pumpkin spice isn't enough, enjoy this perfect Fall treat with these twists!
New research found that this classic treat could make you sick if it's not stored in the refrigerator.
This is what we really need to know today.
Save the junk for trick-or-treating and serve these festive and healthy Halloween goodies instead.
Four ways to celebrate Halloween without complete candy overload.
Use white vinyl tape to create an army of mummy juice boxes for your kids to sip on this Halloween!