Great Halloween food just sets the stage for a fun Halloween season. Be sure you've planned a few tasty treats for your family this year -- and if you're thinking about hosting a Halloween party, you'll need even more ideas. Below are a few to get you started.
The Halloween food kids want is usually loaded with sugar, but you can make a tasty and nutritious snack just by roasting pumpkin seeds. Just carve your Jack-O-Lantern, save the seeds, and add a little salt and oil. Roasting pumpkin seeds is much more fun than just throwing them away, don't you think?
The fall is apple season for many parts of the country. If you can't pick your own apples, just select a few tasty varieties from your local market, and then whip up a tasty dip to accompany them. This apple dip recipe makes for fun eating.
If you're planning on hosting a Halloween party, you'll need plenty of Halloween food options, as well as punch or cider to go with your tasty treats. This cinnamon-laced cider has a kick to it, making it a great choice for preteens.
Halloween food choices should be fun to eat and fun to make. These ice cream pumpkins are a great party activity for kids. And be sure to make one for yourself, too.
Grab the punch bowl and whip up some Halloween punch before the trick-or-treating begins. Your tween can even prepare this punch while you're getting the candy ready for your guests.
Whether you're watching a Halloween movie, or looking for some Halloween food items to put in your child's lunchbox, this easy-to-make recipe is a perfect choice.
Halloween party goers can make their own dirt and worms, and then eat them right up!