These sugar skull cookies are classic Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) treats, but work for Halloween, too.
Forget bobbing for apples. This endeavor requires less effort yet yields more caramel-cloaked gratification and a more elegant version of those sticky, red apples of our youth.
Halloween candy still tempting, teasing, tormenting you? We divulge how to keep it outta your house—and off your hips.
When we think of brittle, we tend to think of a wallflower-like candy. This snappy little number proves that we couldn’t be more wrong.
These pumpkin swirl brownies are just as outrageously rich as you’d expect thanks to pumpkin spice cheesecake colliding with a pan of fudgy brownies.
These doughnuts are certain to conjure memories, real or imagined, of crisp autumns, roadside farmstands, and grease-stained paper bags full of similar piping hot beauties.
One of our trusty tactics for disguising Halloween candy so it turns into something new and eminently shareable.
What’s spookier than a skeleton? Disembodied bones. Although these meringue bones are surprisingly and sweetly irresistible.
If a trip to Hogsmeade isn’t in your future, you can whip up a sweet little batch of Butterscotch Beer to tide you over. It’s magical.
Creepy, kooky, mysterious, spooky. But not at all ooky–they’re delicious little mummy themed treats that come together in a snap. And kids can help, too.
Even the most candy-obsessed could use a little healthy upgrade on Halloween. A slice of apple covered in chocolate hits all the sweet spots.
Nothing says lovin’ from the oven quite like not-too-sweet chocolate cupcakes smothered with even more chocolate in the form of a not-too-sweet bittersweet frosting.
Addictive. That’s what we’re hearing about this smoky, salty, spicy, sweetly little enticing number that goes alarmingly well with beer.
The spirits summoned for this ghostly glow-in-the-dark Jello hail from a bottle, not the supernatural. (It’s just a gin and tonic under a black light. Who knew?!)
These—eek!—meringue ghosts couldn’t be any easier. Beat egg whites and sugar until satiny and stiff, create some spooky blobs, and bake. See? Not so scary after all.
These inspired Halloween wizards’ hats are a simple assembly job made from cupcakes, frosting, sugar cones, sprinkles, and candy. Inspired by Dumbledore. Loved by all.
We swear these spooky sweets are so simple anyone can make them, no matter how elementary your culinary or crafting skills.
Graveyard hauntings are no laughing matter. Neither are these creepy Halloween cupcakes. We consider them a delicious matter.
Halloween hot chocolate is made, quite simply, with leftover Halloween candy and milk in a saucepan. Hey, at least you’re getting your dairy. And putting a dent in the Halloween stash.
S’mores purists may scoff, but that’s cool. More for us. Leftover Halloween candy never looked so good.