These spooktacular treats are simple to make, and tons of fun to eat! There are no tricks involved, either?ust a handful of pantry ingredients and some black decorating gel. Make sure to line the baking pan with foil for easier cutting and quick cleanup.
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A Halloween party DIY: Give ice cubes a spooky twist by adding in tiny toy spiders. Start by putting the creepy crawlers in an empty ice cube tray. Fill with water and freeze overnight. Serve with your favorite punch or cocktail and a festive paper straw.
Orange-o-lanterns! (No link, just wanted to remind myself of the idea). Cut the top of the orange, hollow out (be sure to not cut lining too thin or it'll melt your candy). Make faces for the oranges and fill up with goodies!