Recipes in the 'Halloween' category

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Caramel and chocolate lovers get the added benefit of fruit with this favorite Halloween treat. Get creative with toppings to really have fun!

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What's Halloween without a batch of homemade candy apples? This is the ultimate party trick that will please even your pickiest little trick-or-treater.

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Anything but spooky, this makes for a great savory pumpkin meal. Sweeten the pot with brown sugar. Certainly no trick, but all treat.

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Use hard-boiled eggs to make this spooky and creepy eyes… your kids will love it!

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This is a hardy meal your whole family will enjoy. It's also a great dish to serve at a dinner party.

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You're about to find out where the beef is. If you're the meat and potatoes type, this shepherd's pie recipe will have plenty of appeal. A favorite comfort food, your family and friends are certain to come back for seconds or thirds.

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These moist, crunchy, and fruity dessert bars are great for just about any occasion. There's no added sugar, so no guilt about making them for your kids, or eating them yourself!

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When you're in the mood for a soup dish that's certain to bowl you over, this white bean soup is the ultimate comfort food. Can the cans and go homemade.

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Candy is dandy. So it only makes sense that this candied ginger pumpkin pie would be simply divine. Ready yourself for a slice of heaven.

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This savory soup is just perfect for those days and nights when you need something warm and soothing. It's also very simple to make.

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The next time you have a party or gathering planned, beef things up with this meatloaf recipe. It's an easy way to satisfy many hungry mouths. It won't break your spirit... or your bank.

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Just because it's not Thanksgiving doesn't mean you can't enjoy a slice of pumpkin heaven. When your family is craving a sweet treat, forget eating cake -- let them eat pie. Orange you glad you have this low-fat recipe?

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Pumpkin can be enjoyed all year round. Take this pasta recipe for example. The unusual combination of sausage and pumpkin makes for a delectable combination. Use your noodle and become a pumpkin eater tonight.  


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You butternut skip out on this scrumptious squash dish. A creamy, dreamy casserole, the squash and pecan gratin is chock full of goodness. Infused with rich flavors, it's one of those recipes you'll prepare time and time again.

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There's no reason to tie yourself in knots looking for the perfect snack for your children. One part salty, one part sweet, these frosted pretzels are a tempting treat that take just seconds to prepare. Wave these magic wands -- right in the direction of your kids.