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20 Super Fun Halloween Recipes #Blogtober

If you are looking for some deliciously FUN Halloween recipes, look no further. I have 20 FUN and delicious recipes, from around the web.






Halloween has always been one of my favourite holidays. I just love dressing up with the kids, decorating the front yard and making fun and sometimes creepy foods. I've asked fellow bloggers to share their favourite Halloween recipes. Here they are, all in one place. Enjoy!!




Bloodshot Peanut Butter Eyeballs- In the Kitchen with Jenny



Marshmallow Mummies- Who Needs a Cape?



Jalapeno Popper Mummies- Simple Sated



Witch Hat Sugar Cookies- Wine Lady Cooks


Ghoulish Oreo Pops- Mom, the Lunch Lady


Bandaged Fingers- The Complete Savorist



Frankenstein Twinkies Pops- This Silly Girl's Kitchen



Monster Mash Cookies- Half Baked Harvest


Jack'O Lantern Snack Mix- What's Cooking America



Candy Corn Shaped Krispie Treats- In the Kitchen with Jenny



Zombie Bait Chex Mix- Somewhat Simple


Marshmallow Witches- Wine Lady Cooks


Spider Cupcakes- Mom, the Lunch Lady


Comments

  1. These are all fantastic an would be spectacular to make for a Halloween party!! Thanks so much for stopping by!! Take care!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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    1. They are all quite fun aren't they? Thank you so much for visiting!

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  2. Super fun Halloween food ideas! I can't decide which one to try first! I'd love for you to share over at our weekly Wednesday Creative Crafts Linky Party
    https://creativelybeth.com/creative-crafts-linky-party-9-join-in-the-fun/
    Have a great week!
    Creatively, Beth

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    1. Thank you for stopping in with an invite! I will definitely stop by :)

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  3. What a sweet little Halloween round up featuring so many creative treats!

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  4. cute activities to make with the kids!!

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  5. This is such a fun recipe roundup, Cindy! Thanks for sharing some great ideas from your fellow food bloggers.

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  6. A lot more to add to my list, and some look really spooky! The jalapeno poppers are the most unique to me, worth giving a try!

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