Easy 4-ingredient meringue bones will add a ghoulish, gluten-free touch to your Halloween table.
Glazed doughnuts get a ghostly makeover just in time for Halloween.
Give spiced cookies a Halloween makeover with pumpkin spice and devilish decorations.
Joy Bauer lightens up deviled eggs and creepy creations out of them for Halloween.
These little squares deliver big on dessert magic.
Use leftover Halloween candy to make an amazingly indulgent milkshake.
Dress up brownies for Halloween with caramel popcorn, candy corn, chocolate chips and more.
Black and orange frosting swirls and a fun size candy makes these the perfect Halloween treat.
Brew up a batch of Sandra Lee's ghostly espresso martinis for a grown-up Halloween treat.
Combine melted chocolate and crispy rice cereal for a sweet and crunchy Halloween treat.
Make your own chocolate cups at home filled with almond butter and topped with flaky sea salt.
Make dairy-free pumpkin cookies with chocolate chips for a healthier Halloween treat.
Joy Bauer gives kettle corn an autumn twist with pumpkin pie spice and maple syrup.
Top a fruity martini with lychee eyeballs for a fun and festive Halloween drink.
Syringes filled with cherry syrup make this drink fun, interactive and extra spooky.
A spooky green drink and sparkling black sugar rim make this cocktail the perfect Halloween sipper.
Toss delightfully crispy french fries with fragrant garlic oil and fresh parsley.
Set up a smoky DIY margarita bar for a ghoulish grown-up Halloween celebration.
Make edible macaroni and cheese-filled jack-o'-lanterns with bell peppers.
Pack as much pumpkin flavor as possible into dessert with pumpkin fritters and pumpkin butter caramel.
Impress guests with homemade pumpkin gnocchi with fresh sage in a buttery sauce.
Store-bought cupcakes and mini doughnuts make these creative cupcakes quick and easy to make. Just stack, frost and decorate.
Wrap chocolaty cookies in frosting "bandages" for a sweet and spooky Halloween treat.
Decorate doughnuts with chocolate, candy and royal icing to create creepy creatures for Halloween.
Martha Stewart makes cookies sweet and spooky with sugary spiderweb decorations.
Siri Daly uses leftover Halloween candy to make sweet blondies even more decadent.
Sticky marshmallow creme makes the perfect edible spider web on these easy Halloween cupcakes.
Fresh rosemary, candied ginger and sweet apples give Moscow mule cocktails a sweet and spiced autumn twist.
Draw spooky faces and festive decorations on macarons for an easy, fun and edible Halloween craft.
Mini mummy pies are sure to put smiles on the faces of every little monster on Halloween.
Transform regular margaritas into spicy sippers with hot chile peppers for a devilish Halloween drink.
Keep an eye on — and in — your cocktail with piña coladas topped with cherry-stuffed lychee eyeballs.
Warm up Halloween party guests with spiced apple and whiskey crock-pot cocktails.
Store-bought donuts get dressed up in edible witch, ghost, crow, owl and spider costumes for a quick and easy Halloween treat.
Surprise your Halloween party guests with a spooky cake hiding a sweet treat inside.
A spooky evening deserves a spectacular centerpiece. With the help of a carved pumpkin, guacamole becomes a fun (and creepy) side dish.
Store-bought pie crusts makes fruit-filled mini mummy pies eerily easy to make.
Chocolatey brownies, creamy cheesecake and sweet caramel come together in this wonderfully decadent dessert.
Serve up three layers of pumpkin cake filled with chocolate and topped with sweet frosting and candy for Halloween.
Serve up a spooky Halloween surprise with this surprising piñata cake stuffed with sweet candies.
Make pie even more irresistible by filling a shortbread crust with caramel, bananas, whipped cream and candy bars.
Bring leftover Halloween candy back from the dead with sweet chocolate bark.