Scary Snacks and Sweets
Save one from the pumpkin patch for the season's first pie.
Frozen pound cake and store-bought lemon curd make these adorable white cakes sweet and simple.
Homemade marshmallows will have trick-or-treaters sneaking back for seconds.
This buttermilk-based devil's food cake uses melted white chocolate to make a scary spider web.
Turn ordinary cupcakes into fun spiders, skeletons, and black cats your kids will love.
Scare up some apples at your local orchard for an old-fashioned, sticky pleasure.
These cheese-filled phyllo cups are an eye-catching treat.
Flecks of black olive paste and diced tomatoes help make this nacho cheese dip an orange-and-black savory treat.
Cut this sugar cookie dough into your favorite Halloween shapes and paint them with tinted confectioner's icing.
Spices and light molasses make these cookies special -- and black decorative icing makes them creepy.
This is the perfect treat for licorice fans, with a mix of sugar-coated licorice bites and string licorice.
Warm them up after a night of haunting with this nonalcoholic autumn nightcap.