Whether you are having a big shin-dig or a hosting a few friends while the kidlets harvest candy, it’s fun to make Halloween-themed food. Here are a handful of recipes that look appealing. I have not tried them but they come from two sites I use frequently, Epicurious and All Recipes.
A recipe for calls for white asparagus. Dim the lights and your guests will never know the difference! Sweeten things up with chocolates that use green M&Ms to accentuate the spooky eyeballs.
This recipe for sounds AMAZING! If you want something simpler, just toss the cleaned seeds with olive oil, salt and pepper and bake for a few minutes until crunchy.
look tasty but you could probably skip the candy step. The tricky part will be finding a pumpkin cookie cutter. An easy alternative would be to make sugar cookies in the shape of pumpkins.
Making sounds hard but really it is just mixing a few things together and pouring it into pre-made tart shells (look for these in the frozen food section). A recipe for above, takes the cute prize.
Drink of the Week has a slew of specialty Halloween drinks, like an eyeball martini, pumpkin margarita and brain hemorrhage.
Still looking? Browse Halloween-themed recipes on or . What’s your favorite Halloween recipe?