These spooktacular cupcakes are super fun for a Halloween get together. All it takes is some plastic storage bags, frosting and some food coloring, and you've got yourself a nice little kid-friendly activity!
It's hard to believe we're already celebrating Halloween!! One week from tonight, trick-or-treaters will be knocking at our doors! It's hard to pick what's more fun: Halloween decorating or Halloween baking!!
Halloween dessert tables are the best of both worlds! Today we made "trick or treat" cupcakes on CW23's "Wingin' It! Buffalo Style". We had a great time with host, Joe Arena and can't wait until next time! To have a successful dessert table, you want variety! We love this cake by DarlingCake.com.
You have to try this recipe for your next Halloween party! So fun and easy! These taste just like the real thing, you won't believe it until you try it!
1 lb bag of candy corn
1 16 oz jar of creamy peanut butter
Melt candy corn in a microwave-safe bowl for 30 seconds and then 15 second intervals until melted (about 4 times). Mix with peanut butter and put mixture into 8x8 pan lined with parchment until cool. Cover with chocolate as desired! Enjoy!!
Changing leaves, warm apple cider, pumpkin seeds and cider donuts are among the reasons to love Fall. Mini carrot cake cupcakes with cute fall leaf and pumpkin sprinkles are an adorable way to bring some fall into your sweet tooth.
Halloween is coming in a few short weeks, so start thinking about what flavors you want to feature at your shindig! These days, there are great gummies (like body parts) and assorted flavors of candy corn to up the spook factor.
Behind the Apron Tip: Don't forget the glitter! Adding (purple, orange or black) glitter to a pumpkin or bat instantly takes the Fall decor to another level!