Day of the Dead Bread (Pan de Muerto) is a traditional sweet bread, with its distinctive shape, and is commonly made as an offering during November 1 to 2. Aside from eating this deeply loved bread, Pan de Muerto often serves as an alter decoration to both honor and celebrate those who have died.
I grew up making popcorn balls with my mother. Halloween just wasn’t the same if we didn’t have these delicious treats. Feel free to mix in 1 cup of mini chocolate chips, candy corn, or any other fun additions.
Growing up, many of us made toffee popcorn for Halloween and carrying on the tradition is a wonderful thing. The trick to making toffee is using a candy thermometer and keeping a close eye on the temperature as you cook. Once you do that, you’ll find it’s even easier than making caramel.
Enjoy the deliciousness of Perfect Pumpkin Soup as you revel in the beauty of autumn.
When my son and daughter were young I used to make stew and serve it in mini pumpkins before going out to trick-or-treat. Here is a healthy stew to serve your little goblins before tonight’s big excitement.
How about caramel apples, cheesecake, and apple pie all rolled into one delicious bar? Whether you’re having guests over or just want to have a tasty fall treat around give these Apple Caramel Bars a try.
These devilish Halloween cupcakes can be decorated any way you and your little goblins choose.
For a pumpkilicious taste of fall make this easy Mac & Cheese dish that’s sure to warm your tummy. Perfect for Halloween night!
I love crispy treats and every once in awhile I’ll add something to them. Since it’s nearly Halloween I decided to try adding candy corn. The recipe turned out great so I wanted to share it with you.
Show friends and family a ghoulishly good time with fun Creepy Crawly Cupcakes!