Haunted Gingerbread House
If you are looking for a ghoulish Halloween activity everyone can enjoy, why not create a peanut-free Haunted Gingerbread House? Decorated with peanut-free treats, it's safe for children who have peanut allergies and also spooktacularily fun to make! Save It!Rate ItReview It
More Than Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkins are not generally one of the more popular cooked squashes, don't be so quick to turn it away in the kitchen. But if you are looking to use pumpkin for cooking, you should choose a type that is specifically grown for baking and eating quality. Save It!Rate ItReview It
Ogre Toes And Witch Fingers
Making these creepy toe and finger shape cookies gets everyone in the mood for Halloween. Let Mom or Dad shape the 'toes' and 'fingers' while little ogres and witches help apply the nails.
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