Halloween Recipes

By STN2 Staff | 11/02/05 | Posted in News

Halloween is the perfect time to create special deserts for your friends. After you carve your pumpkins you can bake the seeds for a healthy and tasty snack. First separate the seeds from the pumpkin, allow them to dry and spread them on a baking sheet. Sprinkle the seeds with salt or garlic powder and bake in the oven for 350 degrees until slightly brown. Grave yard pudding is also another favorite this time of year. You need chocolate pudding oreos and gummy worms. Crush oreos and mix them into the chocolate pudding. Mix in gummy worms. After put whole oreo cookies standing up in the pudding to look like gravestones. Complete the creation by adding extra gummy worms on top.
If you’re looking for a more complex creation the spider cake is just for you. You need cake mix, eggs, and oil. Mix the cake mix and the ingredients and bake at 350 degrees for thirty minutes. Once cooled, frost the cake with chocolate frosting; add eight black licorice legs and two chocolate chip eyes.
Candy apples are also a fun creation for Halloween. Melt Caramels and using a popsicle stick dip the apples and let the caramel harden. Next sprinkle crushed nuts on the top.

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