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Halloween time is upon us, and it’s time we start getting spooky. One of the best places to start conjuring up goblins and ghouls is in the kitchen. Halloween recipes are an excellent way to get in the spirit of the season. After you’ve finished carving pumpkins and baking the seeds, get started with some treats that are scary delicious. Many Halloween recipes can help you transform or ditch the usually plastic-wrapped sweets of the holiday.

Get started the right way with some Halloween recipes for all ages.

Starting the holiday season right means putting together some amazing Halloween recipes and getting spooky in the kitchen.

Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats | Cincyshopper

Poison Apples | Wanna Bite

Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups | I Can Teach My Child

Peanut Butter Monster Munch | Back To Her Roots

Spooky Chocolate Vanilla Oreo Fudge | Inside Brucrew Life

Candy Corn Bundt Cake | Mom Foodie

Halloween Candy Bark | Just a Taste

Witch Finger Pretzel Rods | About Food

Peanut Butter Spider Cookies | Mommy Musings

Toxic Waste Mac and Cheese | Cooking With Curls

Spooky Halloween Recipes

Brownie Cupcakes | Two Sisters Crafting

Pumpkin Pretzels | Butter With A Side of Bread

Mummy Pumpkin Cookies | Oh My Goodness Chocolate Desserts

Halloween Sugar Cookie Cake | Lil’ Luna

Blackout Chocolate Cupcakes | Kara’s Couture Cakes

Chocolate Monster Cookies | Self Proclaimed Foodie

Witches Brew Halloween Cookies | Lady Behind The Curtain

Edible Pumpkin Candy Cups | Oh Nuts

Cookie Dough Mummies | Catch My Party

Fanta Jack o’ Lantern Floats | Belle of The Kitchen

Caramel Apple Slices | Domestically Blissful

Spooky Mice Cakes | The Cake Blog

Mini Spider Pizzas | Recipe Runner

Polyjuice Potion (Non-Alcoholic) | This Grandma is Fun

Ghostbusters Green Slimed Popcorn | Babble

After you’ve made some scary snacks it’s time to decorate with some Halloween LED lights. After the food has been made, and the decor hung with fright, get ready for trick or treating. The most important part of a Halloween night stroll is staying safe.

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