Make more candy?

FoodieMisadventures has this perfect solution for left over candy (surely there is no such thing). She makes what is called a Leftover Halloween Candy Bark and it looks extra yummy because it has Resse’s Peanut Butter Cups …

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So Halloween is nearly here. Only one more sleep to go! Scared and excited yet?

No? Well maybe you should be? If you haven’t planned your party food yet then maybe a little scare is a good idea?

Want to …

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So Christelle had a little time and managed to make candy filled bouncy spider (yeah cute and yuk all in one).

Her blog is in French, but she took the time to add the instructions in English (in blue) at …

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Or something for True Blood fans?

These clever, full of color, candy apples are a treat from the stable of 1 fine cookie’s Jasmin. Made with lots of red food coloring, apples and surprise – white chocolate, these candy apples …

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No these are not just green colored popcorns. And they don’t just taste like boogers.

The recipe for the Zombie Boogers popcorn is super, duper easy and is sure to make your guests shriek with delight.

The lady who makes these also sells the …

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Yes, that’s a real pumpkin. Yes, that’s a real cake baked inside that pumpkin! And you get to carve it.

It might become an all time favorite on this blog. This crazy way to bake a cake inside a pumpkin.…

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Wow! This lollipop takes the cake. Wonderfully clever and detailed, these Jolly Rancher Lollipops are a delight to look at and I am sure fun to make.

And if the kids get to help, they will love mixing and creating …

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What can be cuter than these cute and “sprinkly” Rolo monsters?!

CakeWhiz made a whole family of these cuties. Daddy, Mommy and Baby!

These are fun to make with kids and look super duper easy! And it uses sprinkles. What …

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Ahh – Twinkies. They have been used to make everything from Minions to Ghosts. And here is another ghost idea just in time for Halloween!

These are very simple to make and the end result is adorable. Amber made these …

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Happy pumpkins is a great idea for kids Halloween party food. It is made of a melon and some sweets.

Served on a stick, they are perfect for a snack or a dessert.

I also like the way they have …

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Wonderfully green, wonderfully splat and wonderfully sweet!

These zombie cookie treats for Halloween will have your kids screaming for more!

If you don’t have a irregular cookie cutter shape you could draw a template onto clean cardstock/paper and then use

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Absolutely awesome idea!

These skull shaped pizzas are sure to impress any party – kids, adults, teens.

As Beth from Hungry Happenings says:

“Pizza, stuffed inside a skull is easier to make than you’d ever imagine”

Unfortunately, I had never …

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Oh boy. These cookies, when made to look like this, give me the Heebie-jeebies.

But these are cookies are pretty cool. In the end, they make a masked jack-o-lantern that your kids will love because they are full of Jolly Ranchers. …

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Ah. Halloween. Perfect time to play with your food, trying to dress it up in various shapes and forms.

And one of the favorite shape? Bats!

So here are 5 ideas to help you along in case your own shapes …

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With bones rising from the cupcakes, these bone-yard treats are sure to inspire the guests at your Halloween themed party. Why not make a game out of it and get the kids to dig for bones with their little hands …

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