Halloween Round-Up and the Jamie Oliver Cookbook Winner(s)!

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by Amy Flanigan on October 25, 2012 · 3 comments

For those last minute planners who still haven’t decided what to make or bring to your Halloween parties this weekend, I present to you this round-up. Some old, some new, some borrowed, and….um…that’s it. Nothing blue. It’s Halloween.

Monster Cake Pops – so easy if you have the time. I might make these in January. In purple. Just ’cause I love them.

Marshmallow Pops – ya, I like food on a stick, what can I say?

Pretzel Rods - salty, sweet, and wicked easy. Wicked…get it? I know. Nobody laughed here, either.

Chex Mix – with candy corns, white chocolate, and pretzels. And candy corns. Yes, that’s worth mentioning twice.

Candy Corn Pretzel Bark - OH. YES. Very popular from last year. I’d be remiss if I didn’t plug it again.

Goblin Goo Parfaits (from Baked By Rachel) - with crushed up Oreos. Any guess how much I want these?

Bloody Hot Chocolate (from Fake Ginger) – something so simple, transformed with food coloring. Freakin’ brilliant!

Scarecrow Treats (from The Girl Who Ate Everything) – well, hello Lover. I’m totally making these. With cashews.

Spider Lolipops (from House of Baby Piranha) – how adorable are these!? Perfect for a classroom party.

Fungus Toe Nail Cookies (from Eat Your Heart Out) – and how gross are these!? And totally awesome!!

Oh, I could go on and on and on. I love Halloween! For more easy ideas, you can check out my Halloween category on the blog.

Now for the winners of that fabulous Jamie Oliver cookbook. Yes, I said winnerS, as in more than one. There were so many entries I decided to give 2 away. YAY! Teresa Engstrom and Jason were chosen by random drawing. You have 48 hours to contact me or another winner will be selected. Congratulations!

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christina October 28, 2012 at 5:11 pm

OHMYGOSH those fungus toe nail cookies… they are TOO realistic!

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the wicked noodle October 26, 2012 at 9:23 am

Those toes are the most disgustingly wonderful Halloween treats I’ve ever seen! What a great roundup of treats, Amy!

Congrats to the cookbook winners!

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Joanne October 25, 2012 at 6:02 pm

Maybe when I have kids, I’ll learn to remember to make Halloween treats beFORE halloween. Maybe. These are all so adorable!

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