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"Mummy Dogs! This is a childhood favorite and always the most popular of our Halloween spreads! Cut crescent roll dough into thin strips and wrap around hot dogs. Bake according to crescent package directions and use ketchup or mustard for eyes. I cut my hot dogs in half to make them bite-sized" -awesome

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Brilliant Pumpkin Carving

Amazing creative #Pumpkin carvings! You may call them "just" carving pumpkins....ahhhhh but I have to stop and folks....however perishable it may be....(THIS is ART)

Devilish cupcakes. These would have been so cute for our Halloween party last year.... Here's to making them this year! Yummy!

Creepy Fingers~ Caramel & pretzel rods dipped in chocolate for Halloween! Break the pretzel rods in half, cover in firm caramel to create knuckles, then dip in chocolate and add slivered almonds for the fingernails.

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Spider Infested Chocolate Chip Cookies

Halloween Spider Cookies Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Tricked-Out Treats

Candy-corn cookie: bake orange sugar cookies, then dip one end in white chocolate and the other end in dark chocolate... et voila! Instantly cute halloween cookie!

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Candy Corn Cookie Bark

This will be a great Halloween treat for my friends and family. Candy Corn Cookie Bark- a festive, no bake treat #halloween #recipe

Monster mouths. Also great with green apple slices, peanut butter and candy corn for teeth (vampire style)

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Blood Spatter Cookies

Blood Spatter Cookies | Annie's Eats

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Community Post: The Ultimate Collection Of Creepy, Gross And Ghoulish Halloween Recipes

Severed Ears Cookies | The Ultimate Collection Of Creepy, Gross And Ghoulish Halloween Recipes


30 Fun Halloween Recipes For Spooky, Scary And Creepy Creations

Severed Finger Cookies: "I'm not a baker, but I had to try these for our Halloween party! They turned out so cool and were not as difficult as I thought. Tip: Work with small batches of dough and keep the rest in the fridge until you are ready."