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5 spooky halloween recipes kids will love

October 05, 2012 1 Comment

 

1. Peanut Butter Pretzel Pumpkins, the perfect savory/sweet bite, from Erica's Sweet Tooth

 

2. Mason Jar Graveyard Spooky Cakes, complete with worms & dirt, from Noble Pig

 

3. Easy Halloween Pizza, with adorable cheese-shaped ghosts & pumpkins, from Within the Kitchen

 

4. Candy Corn Marshmallows from Haniela's Food and Photography

 

5. Jack-O-Lantern Pumpkin Spice Cookies from i heart baking

We're not knocking store-bought candy; for some reason, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups taste better during the month of October, wrapped in Halloween-themed tin foil. But there's no substitute for a day in the kitchen, baking yummy treats with your cuteheads. These are a few of the recipes we plan to try this year in the Cuteheads Test Kitchen. Trick or treat!

Looking for an adorable orange dress for your little one to rock this month? Pick up the cuteheads Flutter dress in tangerine, with Little Legs leggings in onyx to match.





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Laurie Cohen
Laurie Cohen

October 11, 2012

Great ideas. You’ll also love the fun Halloween Shape Non-Stick pans we found. Perfect for getting the baking starting and letting even the youngest Halloween Kid decorate. Check them out at http://www.halloweenkidz.com/kids-halloween-baking/

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