If you are looking for party or preschool Halloween snacks, this freakishly easy Halloween recipe will have your guests screaming for more. It features crunchy mini twist pretzels that have been dunked in melted dark chocolate (add a little vegetable oil to the chocolate for smoothness) and topped with candy eyeballs. Allow to set for 30 minutes. Open wide!
A fun Halloween activity for the whole family! Decorate these Wacky Monster Cookies by combining sweetness and silliness. This recipe is easy to make with your kids. You could even make these treats for a cute and creepy party food too!
A Pottery Barn Halloween Look at Dollar Store Prices Cake Stand -- If you're willing to use a little glue, you can create the same idea using plastic trays and goblets from -- you got it -- the dollar store. I even found glittery skulls! If you don’t like the idea of the goblets, grab a couple of glass candlesticks and use those instead. Just make sure everything is balanced as you start to glue.