No Hanukkah celebration would be complete without the four-sided spinning top game known as dreidel. This sugar cookie version pays homage to the tradition while looking and tasting fantastic. Treat your Hanukkah guests to a dreidel cookie at each place setting as a post-dinner treat or to take home as a festive party favor.
If you’re looking for a unique centerpiece for your Hanukkah celebration, then look no further. These gelt-embellished floral arrangements will look elegant on your holiday table and are easy to craft using nesting vases and plenty of gold chocolate coins.
Confetti poppers are an exciting addition to a Hanukkah table setting. They’re a colorful, cheerful way of celebrating and pretty enough to use as table decor or give to guests as a party favor.
This edible centerpiece doubles as festive table decor. Use our recipe for quick biscuit cinnamon rolls, which are the easiest cinnamon rolls to make. Once baked and glazed, stack them high on tiered cake stands and trim with ornaments so they resemble a Christmas tree. This is one holiday brunch centerpiece that guests and family will be happy to gobble up.
This variation on the classic French Bûche de Noël combines a mouthwatering pumpkin roll with cream cheese frosting and birch-like chocolate bark. Decorated with edible mini mushrooms and resting on a bed of mossy-looking ground pistachios, it's a breathtaking (and supremely yummy!) edible centerpiece for your Christmas table.
This ghoulish green cocktail has its own edible witch’s broomstick garnish which is easy to make and even more fun to serve.
Presentation is everything with this spooky cobweb-covered cocktail. Simply stretch melted marshmallow across the top of your serving glasses and garnish with edible spider candies.
This boozy treat brings the fun and plenty of eye-popping color. It’s inspired by the classic tune that you’ll want to add to your Halloween party playlist.
Keep Halloween party guests in stitches with this berry scary take on the classic bourbon smash. It’s sure to get your party started!
The traditional Moscow Mule gets a spicy twist using tequila and a pinch of ancho chile powder. Plain mini sugar skulls can be purchased online, then decorated at home with our instructions.
This drink is inspired by the classic 1930s 'Stinger', but with a crimson cherry twist.
Fun and friendly ghost pretzels are salty-sweet, poppable party treats! Arrange them on a tray or add them to a big bowl of party snack mix. The large and small candy eyeballs can be found at most craft stores or ordered online.
Kiddos will love this fun treat that uses leftover Halloween candy to decorate dipped apple slices. Serve these handheld desserts at your next Halloween party or whip some up with the family after the trick-or-treating is over.
Inspired by the classic pumpkin-shaped candy carrier, this treat-filled Halloween cake is a not-too-spooky yet oh-so-fun way to ring in the season. The round jack-o'-lantern shape is made easily from two bundt cakes stacked together and frosted.
This year, take a healthier approach to Halloween and celebrate with a tray of spooky-cute fruit. Toasted marshmallow fruit dip is the perfect accompaniment, and with only two ingredients, it's easy to make.