Try These Super Easy and Deliciously Spooky Halloween Treats Now
Boo Baby! Halloween is right around the corner and my number one favorite thing to do for the holidays, and I mean EVERY HOLIDAY is to COOK!
Like my momma always says, if you've got it, haunt it!
I've compiled a list of some of my favorite recipes that I have tried, tried, and true, and wanted to share them with ya so you can feed your family AND gross them out at the same time too!
From Sweet Breakfast Intestines that would make any soul shriek, all the way to Witches, please, we've got some of the best Halloween recipes around.
Let's get to feedin' your goblins!
Part One All Treats No Tricks
WE PROMISED THESE WERE EASY TO MAKE, WATCH EACH OF THESE RECIPES, ALL IN UNDER FIVE MINUTES OR LESS.
Thank you to HGTV Handmade for this great recipe. You'll likely get the same reaction from your guests as the ones in the video! Boo-Ya!
I mean, ya'll these are soooo freaky!! That skeleton head... shout out to Tasty for sharing these on Youtube!
Thank you to Crafty Girl for these easy Witch Brooms.
Check out these adorable ghost pretzels. You won't get a Boo if you serve these. Thank you to Crystal Reagan.
Witch, please! Check this recipe out for Witch Fingers, one of my family's favorite of my treats! Thank you to Junali's Cookbook for this great recipe. I've made these every year for over a decade!
Everybody loves a parfait, especially when it's candy corn. Thank you to Amber Pierce.
How about this new one on my list for 2021, shrunken head punch! I can NOT wait to try it this weekend! I've actually bought a bag of apples two times in the last month but everyone keeps eating them before I can peel them and put them in the punch! Thank you Chef Cheri on Youtube for this recipe.
Out of time? Here is one of my favorite Youtube channels, So Yummy, to give you several quick and easy treat ideas you can make too!
These recipes are ULTIMATE #Squadghouls.
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