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Halloween – Coming Soon

You know I haven’t baked anything for a Halloween party in what seems like forever. Looking for recipes I was amazed at some of the creations.  This is tame by comparison to many (brain cookies will be coming later if I can figure out how to show the picture).

There are different videos available for severed finger cookies on YouTube but I picked this one because I liked the instructor’s voice plus it seems pretty easy.

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Speaking of easy, this one looks extremely simple and colorful.  Just don’t hold the instructor against me.


Do you have some great decorative desserts for Halloween? If so I would love to hear about them.

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maggie b.
maggie b.
10/15/2012 11:10 am

OK, I feel like a slacker. I do cupcakes with orange frosting and a piece of candy (normally candy corn or candy pumpkins) on top. For me, Halloween is all about the candy.

10/15/2012 9:54 am

No recipes from me, I just eat whatever people bring to work. :)

10/15/2012 9:17 am

This is way fancier than I usually get. I tend to stick to pumpkin shaped sure cookies, which is make every year. I did once make little spiders for book club. I think they were chocolate covered marshmallows with pretzel legs.