From graveyard dirt pudding to DIY egg carton jack o' lanterns, this list has everything you need to help the kids get their wiggles and giggles out before Halloween night and make everyone's favorite spooky holiday a scary good time. Trick-or-treating may be the name of the game, but the best part of Halloween is the creativity that comes with it. Just think about how exciting it is to dream up a Halloween costume straight from your own imagination! The same goes for treats. We all have our favorite Halloween candy, but homemade goodies leave much more room for fun...and candy eyeballs. You can never have enough candy eyeballs.
It was a one-eyed, one-horned, flying purple people eater...you remember that song, right? One part spooky and two parts adorable, these purple people eater cupcakes are almost impossible to eat without getting the lyrics stuck in your head.
They look like the sweetest little pumpkins you ever did see, but looks can be deceiving...especially on Halloween. These deviled eggs are super savory and smoky thanks to the roasted red peppers in the filling!
Tap into your inner trickster and spook a family member by hiding these harmless upcycled egg carton spiders somewhere unassuming. They can be made with nothing more than empty Nellie's Free Range Egg cartons, pipe cleaners, paint, and some googly eyes.
This Halloween grazing board has it all: creepy crawly candy, homemade sweets, and plenty of nutritious options in every nook and cranny. Your guests will be bewitched by the plethora of options.
They're bone-chilling at first glance, but these graveyard dirt pudding cups are as sweet as can be thanks to simple ingredients like ripe banana and maple syrup. And what's Halloween without a few creepy crawly candies? "Bone" appetit!
Minimize waste this Halloween by turning your empty Nellie's Free Range Egg cartons into these scarily cute mini jack o' lanterns that you can decorate your home, entryway, or porch with every October.
They may look ooky, spooky, and kooky, but deep down, these monster brownie truffles are soft and fudgy on the inside. See? Even the scariest creatures aren't so scary after all.
Classic chewy sugar cookies with that crackly top everyone loves get the Halloween treatment (AKA candy eyeballs and a touch of color) in this impossibly simple recipe.
Want to go big this year? Host a Halloween themed party with treats, crafts, and décor that's guaranteed to put a shiver down your guests' spines. You can find instructions, suggestions, and more in this themed party guide.
Boo-nanas, straw-mummies, and spider eggs, oh my! Make snack time spooky with this well-balanced Halloween themed snack plate complete with both sweet and savory bites that kids and adults of all ages will devour.
One part spooky and two parts delicious, these mini jack o’ lantern pumpkin pies are the perfect excuse to bake everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving dessert a few weeks early.
If you ask us, Halloween is the kind of holiday that should be celebrated ‘round the clock! Break out these spooky mummy stuffed pepper bites for a scary good breakfast that kids will love.