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(Collector's Edition) (1981) Jamie Lee Curtis

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History of Halloween

The Haunted History of Halloween (History Channel) (A&E DVD Archives) (2005)

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Return to Halloweentown

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The Day After Halloween

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SpongeBob SquarePants

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Halloween III

Season of the Witch (1982) Tom Atkins

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Halloween

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Do you know any halloween treats?

I am doing a halloween party for my youth group. Do you have any fun ideas for some fun halloween games and some cool halloween treats? If you know some cool treats I could make, if you can could you give me a picture too so I can see what it will look like. Thanks!

4 Responses to Do you know any halloween treats?

  • LJC says:

    a game you could do is pin the face on the jack-o-lantern (not the best name) you have a pic of a pumpkin and have parts of the face cut out on sheets of paper with tape on the back and u blindfold kids and have them make a jackolantern
    a cute treat would be chocolate cupcakes with orange frosting and maybe using other icing to make ghosts or spiders on them
    check online for lots more ideas

  • She did not just say that! says:

    When I was young, my house used to be the best in the neighborhood. We would have fences and gravestones and webs and ghost figures. Great times, really.

    PICTURE: http://halloweentreats.com/drinks.htm
    RECIPE: http://halloweentreats.com/drinkglycol.htm

    PICTURE: http://www.halloweentreats.com/snacks.htm
    RECIPE: http://www.halloweentreats.com/snackrice.htm

    And here are all the pictures, click on them to see the recipe.
    http://www.halloweentreats.com/cookies.htm

    I hope I helped, and I hope your Halloween is as good as mine used to be. Please pick as best answer 🙂

  • Jonas Gurl says:

    get sugar cookie mix and orange or watever colors u could mix to make orange food coloring and when u get the mix done
    mkae little dough balls then flatten them and bake
    when u get done get assorted cansys to make faces
    such as
    smarties or lifesavers for eyes
    use a hersey kiss for the noses
    and get triangle candy corn for teh teeth
    Ta Da u made cookie jack o lanterns

    also go to familyfun.com they have some cool ideas

  • Fiona says:

    I am afraid I don’t have a picture, but Chocolate Graveyard. You take a chocolate cake or pudding and sprinkle crushed chocolate cookies on top for ‘dirt’. Add Milano cookies with "RIP" written in chocolate icing for tombstones. Use icing to draw faces on mini-marshmallows for skulls, then add bone candy, mini-pumpkin candy, and Peeps ghosts. Voila! A chocolate graveyard.

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