No Tricks, Just Treats

Fun recipes for a scary breakfast, spine-tingling lunch, and spooky dinner.

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Kids adore Halloween for the same reason they love playing dress-up: It's a feast for the imagination, with the added excitement of sweets to savor at the end of the celebration. This year, why not let the thrills build from morning till night with a full day of Halloween fun? Put a smile on your little one's face by serving French Toast Ghosts for breakfast, Creepy-Crawler Sandwiches for lunch, and Baked Chicken Fingers (with olive nails, no less!) for dinner. To show off these treats -- and our fresh take on classic Halloween costumes -- Child visited the Connecticut home of Ellen Reimer and her 6-year-old triplets, Sayre, Peter, and James. Along with four young friends, the Reimer kids embraced the idea of celebrating Halloween all day long.

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