Sunday, October 14, 2012

Halloween Recipe Ideas

A versatile recipe Rice Krispie treats and always a favorite. I decided to use the original recipe and make these pumpkin pops, as usual they didn't last long!
I added the recipe at the bottom of this post.



HAPPY HALLOWEEN FROM @WHAT'S COOKIN" ITALIAN STYLE CUISINE~



Some great ideas to make a haunting party!
These are some fun things that adults and kids will love.

Here are some of the ideas past posts and the photo's above:

Store bought powdered donuts, blue frosting eyes, transparent red gel and mini chocolate chip eyes
Halloween cupcake liners, crushed chocolate cookies,  Chocolate pudding and gummie worms....
Green apples, craved out middles filled with peanut butter and garnished with marshmallows
Oranges cut out like pumpkins and filled with fruit cocktail drained
Lime sorbet floating in lime soda

Ideas and more instructions?  CLICK HERE


Refrigerated biscuit dough made into witches broom shapes
Deviled eggs tinted green yolks with strips of red peppers
Mummys made with refrigerated dough and cut up hot dogs
Cookie cutter shapes of graves filled with chicken salad, tuna salad and egg salad tomb stones with Kryptic sayings on them written in cream cheese colored tint
For more INSTRUCTIONS CLICK HERE 

Mini marshmallows ghosts on toothpicks, nutter butter cookies with creepy sayings,
oreo cookie crust with chocolate pudding pie filling

If your in a hurry and want something easy, even if your not a baker,
anyone can make these 1,2,3 cake mix brownies  Click HERE

Cheeseball Pumpkins!

Meatballs with olive eyes, English muffins toasted with sauce, cheese and olives for eyes
Refrigerator dough wrapped hotdogs with mustard eyes mummys.


Baked Caramel Corn or other POPCORN RECIPES
Pumpkin Latte in a Crockpot
Pumpkin Cheese Cake Mix Bars
Give these out for Halloween treats!  These are filled with chocolate fudge.

I love pumpkin seeds but these have an addicting flavor!
Give them a try, they are easy and a healthy snack for you too! 
Click here for the RECIPE
Older Posts and Reruns:


PUMPKIN FAVORITES

For MORE IDEA'S CLICK HERE

HALLOWEEN 2010

HALLOWEEN 2009

Rice Krispie Treats (adapted from the Kellogg Rice Krispie Treats original recipe)

1 10 ounce bag of marshmallows
1 stick of butter
6 cups of rice krispies

In a medium size saucepan melt butter, add the marshmallows still until melted at the krispies and mold into balls. Place a lollipop stick in the center. Decorate with frosting and cut up pieces of candy corns.

Yes I love to make Halloween Foods!







Happy Hauntings!

16 comments:

Federica said...

How many funny ideas to celebrate Halloween :) Bye, have a great Sunday

Pretend Chef said...

Perfect party ideas!

Greg said...

I love all these fun scary ideas. I wish we had kids at home so I could make all of these. We only get about 10 trick or treaters so its just not worth it.

Simona said...

All these ideas are fantastic!!!!

Lizzy Do said...

Everything looks fantastic, Claudia!!! But I love the caramel corn best of all...wow!

Catherine said...

Dear Claudia, These are terrific! You certainly have some good ideas for a spooky Halloween get together. Blessing my dear. Catherine xo

drick perry said...

you always have the best holiday recipes... love the pics of the fabulous treats

Azlin Bloor said...

Hi Claudia, have just come over from Google+ because I had to look at all your wonderful ideas! My kids are going to love these!

Paola Bacci said...

Un fantastico post!!! Bravissima!!!

Ashley said...

all such great ideas!

Jersey Girl Cooks said...

Great ideas for Halloween!

Kathy said...

Love all your goodies! Great ideas for Halloween!

Elisabeth said...

Super, awesome, and yummy Halloween treats. I love the Pumpkin cheese ball, especially! Thanks for sharing:) xo

Jennifer said...

Haha!! Well done! You are very talented, Claudia.

Amelia said...

Hi, OMG... everything look super cute and excellent. You're very creative, 2 thumbs up for you. ;)

Have a nice weekend, regards.

Christine's Pantry said...

It all looks good. Fantastic!