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Halloween Treats

Halloween is a time of transformation, and the Web offers an almost frightening array of sites with ideas for party planning, treats, costumes and decorations.

Don't be scared to try new recipes, ideas and costumes. Frighten the neighbors with lawn decorations or invite them over for some creepy cuisine. We've scared up a collection of sites that will cast a spell on you and your family.

  • AllRecipes.com
  • Learn how to make everything from Bat Cupcakes to Mummy Dogs.

  • Taste of Home
  • Easy Halloween recipes, including Batty Bark, Breadstick Bones and Blood 'n' Guts Dip.

  • Martha Stewart
    Give your Halloween a fancy twist with some of the famous decorator's favorite treats: Bedeviled Eggs, Goblin Flatbreads, Sinister Salsa, Rest in Peas and Mashed Boo-tatoes.

  • Better Homes and Gardens
  • Find everything from Halloween party appetizers, sweet Halloween drinks and kid-friendly treats.

  • Pumpkinmasters.com
    Outdo the neighbors! Be the first one on your block to have John Travolta's head on your front porch. Pumpkinmasters features tools and inspirational ideas for the carver in the house. Be sure to check out Jay Leno and other famous celebrities who have had their faces immortalized on squash. The site also offers a free Scaredy Bat pattern for novice carvers.




  • FoodNetwork
  • We love the sweet concoctions featured on this site, from Ghastly Meringues Bloodshot and Peanut Butter Eyeballs to Ghostly Pumpkin Pudding and Chocolate Lollipops.

  • Halloween
    Be warned, this one is not for the faint of heart. Recipes for the non-squeamish include gelatinous eyeballs, which even the author admits her friends were afraid to eat. More aesthetically pleasing recipes include Royal Icing Spiders and giant sugar cookies. You'll also find tips on laying out a spread that will spook your guests.

  • CooksRecipes.com
    Recipes range from Green Slime Dip to Coffin Cake.

  • Recipesource Halloween Recipes
    We saved the truly repulsive for last. Print out this menu and your in-laws will never drop by for dinner again. Discover such delightful recipes as Brain Cell Salad, Chicken Pox Pancakes, Day Old Bathwater, Ghoul-Ade and Wigglin' Jigglin' Cupcakes.

       --- C.H.

 
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