Halloween Recipes

Throw a party with these Halloween party treats and easy Halloween snacks from Food Network.

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Caramel, Chocolate and Candy Apples

Giada covers small apples with melted soft caramel candies and chocolate plus some colorful toppings.

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Halloween Popcorn Treats

These aren't ordinary popcorn balls. Giada's sticky treats contain chopped chocolate bars, chocolate chip cookies, salted almonds and Halloween-colored candies.

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Witch's Brew

Sandra makes an adults-only punch that'll be the centerpiece of any Halloween bar.

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Spider Bites

All you need are three ingredients to make Sandra's easy spider bites. The chocolate-covered pretzels are just creepy enough for young kids to enjoy.

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Deviled Ham Eyeball Sandwich

Turn a traditional ham salad on white bread into a bloodshot eyeball sandwich.

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Spiced Pumpkin-Raisin Cookies

Giada puts a fall spin on classic oatmeal raisin cookies by adding pumpkin puree and allspice.

Get the Recipe: Spiced Pumpkin-Raisin Cookies

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

Make this pumpkin look-alike in only 25 minutes. Its creamy center and crispy nacho chip-covered exterior will be a hit.

Get the Recipe: Pumpkin Cheese Ball

Candy Corn

Skip store-bought and make homemade candy corn with Alton Brown.

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Pumpkin Seed Brittle

Turn hulled pumpkin seeds (the green ones) into a cayenne pepper-laced brittle.

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Michael's Bloody Maria

Make this cocktail from scratch by blending fresh tomatoes instead of using canned tomato juice. For a fancy touch, make your own jalapeno ice cubes with fresh jalapeno peppers to serve in each cocktail glass.

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Vampire Blood Tomato Soup With Muenster Sammies

Pair homemade tomato soup with cheesy sandwiches cut out to look like pumpkins, ghosts, black cats, bats and witches.

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Mexican Pumpkin Punch

Rum and pumpkin puree pair perfectly in this punch that's also sweetened with dark brown sugar.

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Pepita Rice Pudding

Spoon a mixture of golden raisins and green pumpkin seeds over store-bought rice pudding for a quick-fix dessert.

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Pumpkin Seeds

Don't discard the seeds after you've carved your Halloween pumpkin. Turn them into a salty snack by adding olive oil, salt and your choice of spices and baking them until crisp and golden.

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Sweet and Spicy Pepitas Popcorn Balls

Add pepitas (hulled pumpkin seeds) to your popcorn balls for a touch of color. Wrap in waxed paper and tie with a string if you're giving them as a treat. They can be covered and stored at room temperature for up to a week.

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Deviled Chicken Lollipops

Keep the bone exposed on these chicken drumettes to make a spooky, hand-held appetizer.

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Screaming-Hot Peanuts

You should be careful when taking a handful of these cumin, cayenne and ancho chile powder-dusted nuts.

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Pecan-Caramel Spiders

Caramel-covered nut clusters turn into spiders with the help of licorice legs.

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Angel's Food Cupcakes

A pillowy meringue frosting and white candy halos make these super-light cupcakes especially angelic. Use the leftover egg yolks to make lemon curd.

Get the Recipe: Angel's Food Cupcakes

Devil's Food Cupcakes

These devilish dark cupcakes with a bittersweet chocolatey glaze make a perfectly sinful snack.

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Banana Mummies

Frozen, skewered bananas are dipped in chocolate and decorated with candy eyeballs for the base of these banana mummies. Microwaved marshmallows, stirred until smooth, will wrap around the skewers just like thread to complete the ghoulish look.

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Black Magic Cake

This deep, dark chocolate cake is the perfect canvas for a spooky holiday dessert. Top it with a spider web or a mummy made from melted and stretched marshmallows.

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Pumpkin Cut-Out Pie

Classic pumpkin pie tastes great as is, but you can jazz up its appearance with a simple pumpkin cut-out made with extra dough. It bakes with the pie so there are no extra baking steps; and your guests will love the whimsical attention to detail.

Get the Recipe: Pumpkin Cut-Out Pie

Stuffed Candy Corn Cake

Not only does this festive bull's-eye cake slice up into pieces that look like giant candy corns, the inside holds a secret cache of the treats themselves that spill forth when you open it up.

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Spooky Peanut Butter Spider Cookies

These spooky spider cookies are entertaining for little ones and adults to make together. From pushing chocolate candies into warm cookies, to drawing spider legs with chocolate and making silly eyes, there's plenty of fun for everyone.

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Ghostly Cupcakes

Spook your guests with these "boo-tiful" cupcakes topped with chocolate ghosts. For the design, you simply glaze plain cupcakes with melted dark and white chocolate. You can use the cake recipe here, or try the technique on your favorite red velvet, peanut butter or chocolate cupcakes instead.

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