Cute, clever recipes to make your Halloween buffet look over the top ... but without all the work.
It's the Halloween treat you'll actually want your kids to eat. Layer apple slices, peanut butter, and pretzel sticks to make individual spider sandwiches.
Monster Popcorn Bars
They're like popcorn balls, but better. Get everyone involved in making their own monster using melted white chocolate, sprinkles, frosting, and candy eyeballs.
Granola Bar Monsters
Drizzle white chocolate over your favorite granola bar and add candy eyes. These monster treats are perfect for your dessert table or in lunch boxes.
Chocolate Chip Spider Cookies
These creepy-crawly cookies are too good to resist. Dress up pre-made chocolate chip cookies by piping spider legs on exposed chocolate chips.
There's just something about sweet and salty chocolate dipped pretzels at a party... we can't get enough. Dress them up for Halloween by piping monster eyes directly on to the chocolate-covered pretzels.
Chocolate-Covered Halloween Strawberries
Even strawberries can get dressed up for Halloween! Just dip in baking chips and decorate with melted semisweet chocolate chips.
Halloween is the only time you'll be happy to see a spider on your cupcake. Take advantage with this festive spider cupcake topper.
Fang-Tastic Candy Corn Donuts
Everything about this screams Halloween. Just take Hy-Vee bakery glazed donuts and add colorful "fangs" with candy corn.
You'd be a monster not to serve this at your party.