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.
Double, double toil and trouble! Bewitch your party guests with these two-bite, bubbling brownie cauldrons. Short on time? Use a family-size boxed brownie mix in place of our scratch-made recipe.
Serve up some creepy-crawly fun this Halloween with these purple candy-dipped donuts covered in marshmallow "webs." A spider candy mold is needed for this recipe and can be found at most well-stocked craft stores and online. You can also use ready-made gummy spiders for an easy shortcut.
Turn tart apples, dried fruit and nuts or seeds into healthy treats for your favorite trick-or-treaters.
Made from salty pretzels and creamy chocolate, there's nothing to fear from these delicious Halloween black cats.
Perfect for relaxing on a cold winter night, this drink will warm up the evening with a hot version of the classic cocktail.
Try this decadent twist on white hot cocoa during chilly months. The smooth almond flavor of Amaretto liqueur adds warmth, while the whipped cream and cookies are fun garnishes for this grown-up version of hot chocolate.
With its rich flavor and kick of caffeine, this hand-warming version of the classic White Russian cocktail is a great adult alternative to hot chocolate.
Swap out the lemon in your standard hot toddy with the sweet raspberry citrus flavor of seasonal blood orange for a delicious variation on the classic cocktail.
The flavor of this aromatic holiday drink deepens as the ingredients steep in your slow cooker. Place all the ingredients in the pot to warm as you make preparations for your party. When guests arrive, they can help themselves to a cup of Christmas cheer.
For a comforting and yummy twist on classic hot buttered rum, try this bourbon cocktail to keep you warm all winter. It’s a cozy drink that's perfect for chilly winter nights.
A cookie dough you eat instead of bake? Count us in. In this recipe, the flour is toasted before you use it as an ingredient. This makes the cookie dough completely safe to eat, as it removes any of the dangers associated with eating raw flour. Portion them into jars and use our printable templates to label and gift them.
Rustic yet refined embellishments like a sprig of gilded greenery and a leaf-shaped kraft paper tag make these candy-coated apples a casually elegant, yet affordable DIY favor. Give them out as take-home treats at your next gathering or package them up as pretty, edible holiday gifts.