Our new family favorite Halloween cookie recipe among all others thus far is our recipe for Monster Eyeballs! This Halloween cookie recipe is definitely one of the easiest with the fewest ingredients I've ever made. And before I know it, they are all gone! Seriously, I can't keep them in the house more than 1 day. The Monster Eyeballs seem to follow people about while crying out, "Eat me, eat meeee....." It's a good thing this recipe is in my "not so bad for us" category...
My little Charlie picked out this Halloween recipe for Monster Sliders. It's fantastically kid friendly and fun to serve. The burgers are just the right size for little people and decorated to please this ghostly season. Your kids are sure to love it too. Kids, hell, Randy and I enjoyed these Monster Sliders as much as our kids! We big people like to have fun with our food too!
This Shepard's pie recipe is so ghostly good, you'll be making it more than once. It has just the right balance of hearty good taste that we all love and expect from a classic Shepard's pie recipe. However, this recipe cuts out a lot of the fat that we could all do with out. Since it's healthier for you, you can enjoy it more often. Shepard's pie doesn't have to be set aside for just once in awhile, you can eat it all the time now! And, what better time to whip one up than the cool fall season.
If you're into Halloween and like french fries, then you'll freak for this creepy low fat french fries recipe!
This deviled eggs recipe is simply devilicious! I couldn't resist them. For one, I just love spiders. For two, I love art. Consequently, the dyed egg whites hooked me immediately and are sure to do the same for your guests. It's the beautiful coloration that does it and makes for the perfect compliment to this haunting season. Definatley, make this deviled eggs recipe and take them along with you to work and share with your collegues, serve them at Halloween parties, or make them just for family fun like I did. Spread the spider's web of fun. :D