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Oct 08 2011

More Ghoulish Goodies

The Google Books preview for Donata Maggipinto and Richard Jung’s Halloween Treats: Recipes and Crafts for the Whole Family has recipes for tasty treats like Ghost-Wiches, Apple Jack-o’-Lanterns, Witch’s Hair and Goblin’s Eyeballs.

There’s nothing like a fresh popcorn ball on Halloween. You can make them yourself using the recipe in Eula Mae’s Cajun Kitchen.

The fine folks at Hershey’s have an online recipe for Monster Cups (among other Halloween goodies).

Country Living Happy Halloween! has several recipes for yummy yuckies like Dirt and Worms, Severed Fingers and Brains!

Spooky Vegan has recipes for Vegan Sugar Cookies and Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies, along with plenty of other recipes.

Halloween Addict has a Jack o’ Lantern Veggie Platter for those seeking healthy Halloween fare.

I have tried and can vouch for this recipe for Colcannon (a traditional Irish Halloween meal). However, you need to really wash the kale well, or else the deliciousness will be ruined by a gritty texture. It may take a lot of time and effort to make, but it is definitely worth it.

For those seeking devilish desserts, Celebrate Halloween by Deborah Heiligman has a recipe for a Spooky Graveyard Cake.

In addition to Halloween S’Mores, Better Homes & Gardens’ Halloween Tricks and Treats also has recipes for Mummy Dogs, Chicken Feed and Web Soup.

Finally, the October 1986 issue of Working Mother offer up a recipe for Witch’s Stew, while Tommy Donbavand’s Boredom Busters tells us how to make Boiled Eyeballs, Dracula’s Dip and Worm Surprise.

For more spooky recipes, check out:

Ghoulish Gourmet
More Creepy Cocktails (and Ghoulish Goodies)

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