Contrary to outside appearances, the pirates of the Caribbean are a lot less skin than bones. Their mortal likenesses are actually cover-ups for the skeletal forms they truly are. Likewise, this bony pirate hand is not as it seems. Made from candy-coated pretzels, it’s really a sweet-and-salty Halloween treat — perfect to serve at a party or for a classroom snack.
For Snow White, being abandoned by the Evil Queen’s huntsman was truly an eye-opening experience. The startled princess spent a terrifying night under the watch of countless creepy peepers only to discover in the light of day that they belonged to kindly animals that would lead her to safety. Likewise, these eye-catching cupcakes may cause your kids to pause — but so too will they be a delightful sight.
Here’s the scoop on this frosty mini pumpkin. Made of orange sherbet and planted on cookie crumb soil, it won’t provide transportation to the ball — but it will fit the bill as a delightful dessert that’s fit for royalty.
For a sweet treat that embraces the excessive sweetness of the Halloween spirit but also takes advantage of surplus candy (or the cheap prices of Halloween candy the day after), try your hand at this Fun-Size Candy Studded Cheesecake. A rich and creamy cheesecake gets a chocolatey upgrade from coarsely chopped candy in a variety of your choosing.
As it turns out there are a few different variations of this ghoulish dinner idea floating around in cyberspace. It all comes down to meatloaf, pasta, cheese and olives. If you like all of those things, you’ll enjoy this dish and it’s sure to impress any little ones you have in the house!