A spooktacular and delicious collection of Halloween recipes
When it comes to fun food, nothing beats Halloween. From scary treats (Boneyard Dirt Pops) to frightening main dishes (Spiderweb Black Bean Burgers) to blood-curdling beverages (Chilling Jack-o'-Lantern Smoothies), this must-have collection of Halloween recipes will keep kids and adults well fed and fully entertained too!
- Includes almost 100 recipes with a full-color photo of every one
- Offers bonus features on setting up a Halloween buffet, fun ways to reuse Halloween candy and recipes perfect for gift-giving
- Includes helpful cooking tips and techniques throughout
- Features full nutrition information for every recipe
If you're looking for fun this Halloween season, fear not. Betty Crocker Halloween Cookbook is the terrifying good time you've been waiting for.
About the Author
With more than 63 million cookbooks sold since 1950, Betty Crocker is the name readers trust for reliable recipes and great ideas. For over 75 years, Betty Crocker has provided advice to millions of Americans through cookbooks, magazines and television.
Table of Contents
Planning a Fright Fest 6
Ghoulish Giftable Goodies 8
1 Bewitching Bites & Drinks 12
2 Mystifying Main Dishesb 62
3 Spooky Cupcakes & Cakes 100
4 Frightful Cookies & Other Treats 144
Metric Conversion Guide 202
Recipe Testing and Calculating Nutrition Information 203
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A full Halloween feast could easily be made with the ideas in this Halloween Cookbook, since it covers drinks, appetizers, main dishes and tons of treats. The suggestions in it will work whether you are having a party for kids or grown ups. I appreciated that each recipe has a full page photo of the final product, it helps me to know how it is supposed to look when I’m making it. I was pleasantly surprised that it had almost 100 recipes, it’s sure becoming a more and more popular holiday and the selection in it is quite broad. In addition to the spooky fun recipes, it also has tips for setting up a Halloween buffet and suggestions of what to make from leftover Halloween candy, It was hard for us to choose what we wanted to make first, since all of the ideas are something I know my kids and family would love. We’ve made the Pumpkin Spice Spread, which is cream cheese and pumpkin mixed with sugar and spices, and we really loved the “Fall” taste of that, especially using graham crackers and apples to dip with. We are looking forward to making the Spooky Shepherd’s Pie for Halloween night, with the cute mashed potato ghosts sitting on top. The Spiderweb Pot Pies are a possible alternative for dinner that night, too. We are also gathering candy and supplies to make the Mini Haunted Houses, which I thought was a fun take on the Christmas gingerbread house. Halloween Cookbook is just filled with awesome ideas for any Halloween party or just to give your kids a special holiday treat.
Wow, didn't know that Betty Crocker liked Halloween. Usually trolls celebrate stuff like the 12th Perigee or Secret Sufferer or even their Wriggling day is lucky, but Halloween is very unusual. What are you planning, Batterwitch?
Since it is almost Halloween this is a great cookbook for you and your kids.