Top Rated Halloween Recipes

Maker's Mark Bourbon
Falling leaves and pumpkin-filled windows mean only one thing: Halloween is right around the corner. Highlighting spicy fall flavors and dark spirits, this seasonal cocktail is candy for big kids. But fear not, clove is widely known to alleviate toothaches and help with digestion (in case you eat too much of the sweet stuff).
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This cake is perfect for Halloween because of the bold flavors and the cool look of the green, orange, and white colors inside. It is sure to delight all guests because the flavor profile is interesting and unique.
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Halloween Candy Fudge Brownies
You know that junk drawer that you toss everything into? Come on — admit it. Everyone has one in their house. Well, this is the dessert version of that. Toss whatever leftover Halloween candies your heart desires into these brownies. It'll be delicious.
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Frankenstein Monkey Bread
There's nothing freaky about this friendly Frankenstein monkey bread! Kids will love to eat this special Halloween-themed breakfast treat.
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Mummy Cookies
These bright and colorful Mummy Cookies are a fun twist on traditional mummies. Fun to decorate, and yummy to eat.
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Meatball Crescent Mummies
These meatball mummies are a fun twist on the crescent mummy dogs. Perfect for a savory snack at your next Halloween party.
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Freaky Halloween Cake and Pudding Shooters
These adorable pudding shooters are such a cute way to give everyone a spooky shot glass this Halloween. The neon green food coloring and orange morsels make these shots colorful for Halloween.
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Halloween Treats
Kids will love these chocolaty witch hat-shaped crescent snacks. Easy to make with only 3 ingredients!
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Easy Halloween Candy Chocolate Truffles
I was curious if I could make something delicious out of leftover candy from Halloween. Sure Reese's Cups, Hershey Bars, and the like are easy. No, I wanted to see if I could make something (beyond just edible) out of the fruitcake of Halloween — candy corn. I'm pretty sure most people who buy candy corn do it because it's inexpensive and it looks pretty in a bowl sitting out, collecting dust and sticking together in one big gooey blob of fall colors. I whipped up these easy chocolate truffles with Indian Corn, which is the redheaded stepcousin of candy corn. Instead of the yellow base (on the kernel) it's got a brown base, which is cocoa. So these taste like chocolate as opposed to the more marshmallowy traditional stuff. And as we all know, this stuff keeps seemingly forever. You could make up some of these easy chocolate truffles for your Thanksgiving get-together. No one will have any idea that the center is made from candy corn.
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pumpkin pops
Make a festive fall snack with these delicious & kid-friendly "Pumpkin" Apple Pops!G.H. Cretors recently found that 86% of Americans are likely to be snacking during the season premiere of their favorite show.Recipe courtesy of Raising Whasians.
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No, those aren't fingers in your candy bowl, they're delicious and buttery almond cookies. Serve this recipe at your next Halloween gathering to give your guests a scare.
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Crescent Mummy Dogs
Wrap up a hot dog in true mummy fashion in this fun Halloween take on classic Crescent Dogs.
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