Celebrate this spook holiday with costumes, candy, cocktails, and more.
Assemble a small gift bag the kids will be excited to rip open: Simply place a small jar of colored Play-Doh and a ghoulish cookie cutter in clear cellophane bags.
5 Super-Creative Mason Jar Crafts for Halloween. These are adorable, inexpensive, and actually easy!
Salted Caramel and Pumpkin Seed Parfait: Layer dulce de leche with whipped cream, crumbled graham crackers, and roasted pumpkin seeds for a decadent dessert in minutes.
Mason Jar Lanterns: With Mod Podge and tissue paper, you can create a colorful display of faces that are silly or scary.
Easy and a great side dish for any night, not just Halloween --- Use a paring knife to carefully carve cucumbers into skull-shaped bites. Then, create a pickling mixture with vinegar, chiles, sugar, salt and warm water. Add the skulls and a medley of other tasty vegetables. To save time on party prep, you can make this spooky appetizer up to one month in advance.
Skull Cucumber Pickles: Use a paring knife to carefully carve cucumbers into skull-shaped bites.
Skull Cucumber Pickles
Purchase food-safe non-latex gloves and place one candy corn inside the tips of each finger (to create the “fingernails”) and fill the rest with popcorn. Secure with a black string around the wrist.
DIY Mummy juice boxes: Wrap all-natural fruit juice with white electrical tape and then add a pair of googly eyes to create a treat the kids will drink up.
Treat-Filled Pumpkin Jars: These mini baskets are an adorable way to store tiny pieces of candy.
Try this bright idea: Print the festive (and free!) greeting on cardstock and attach a glow-in-the-dark bracelet.
Spiced pumpkin smoothie: All you'll need is milk, pumpkin puree, a little bit of honey, and a pinch of nutmeg.