Chocolate Covered Pretzel and Marshmallow Bones
Spooky edible bones are quick and easy to do. All you need are pretzel sticks, marshmallows, white chocolate and dark chocolate. These white and dark chocolate treats are a great centerpiece to your party table.
Garden Inspired Pumpkin Decorating
Carving a pumpkin can get a little nerve wracking for parents with small children. Try this fun and creative alternative to decorating pumpkins this Halloween.
Franken-Fingers: Edible Severed Fingers
Our Mystery Chef has been working late in the lab to create the latest offering for the Halloween boneyard party – Franken-fingers.
Egg-Rachnids: Spider Topped Deviled Eggs
Creeping into our Mystery Chef’s Halloween boneyard party are Egg-Rachnids – spider eggs at their finest. Transforming our favorite dishes into something special is what our Mystery Chef does best.
Chocolate Bark & Krispies
Chocolate bark with rice krispies is one of the easiest sweet snacks to make. Just temper the chocolate, mix in the krispies and let harden.
Alien Eyeball Martini Cocktail
Create a bloody good drink in your cocktail lab this Halloween. You will be surprised how easy it is to concoct this fun martini for the pleasure (or horror) of your guests.
Candy Decorated Pumpkin
No-carve pumpkin decorating ideas are kid-safe, creative, and will get your kids excited about pumpkin decorating without all the mess.
Sweet and Salty Wicked Witch Fingers
Halloween is a time for spooky fun and food, and what better to satisfy our holiday cravings than with a wickedly good sweet and salty treat of wickedly good witch fingers?
Creepy Carrot Hand and Hummus
Our Mystery Chef is on hand for another spooky mission, bringing a Creepy Carrot Hand to the boneyard party to set the stage for our Halloween appetites.