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Does anyone have some really good Halloween recipes I can try?

I have a 15 month year old son. This year will be his first year trick-or-treating 🙂 he just started walking all the way a month and a half ago. Last year it was too cold and he was to small to go out. Well anyway, I want this Halloween to be memorable for him in every way possible. Costumes, movies, pictures, and of course food and sweets! 🙂

4 Responses to Does anyone have some really good Halloween recipes I can try?

  • Julia says:

    Hi, I LOVE Halloween! a good website that i use is http://parentingteens.about.com/od/halloweenfun/a/halloweenrecipe.htm ( I know it says "teens" but it’s for all ages) Also, Publix sells so many magazines with awesome recipes. For costumes, try Spirit Halloween. It’s normally in a large space that closed recently. If you go, don’t take him with you, it’s normally pretty scary. They have HUGE sales the day after Halloween so you can get discount costumes and decorations for next year:) As for movies, there are plenty of appropriate kids movies, just look up "kids Halloween movies" on google. No problem.

    Hope this helped 😀

  • shootingstar8537 says:

    Aww, I really hope that his halloween is wonderful. As for movies, I would recommend Its the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown. Peanuts cartoons are always child friendly and cute for adults as well. For costumes ideas I only have a few. I worked in daycare and it seems that some of the most popular costumes for babies were pumpkins. If you would like to be original, and inexpensive, because being a parent is already costly enough, I thought this website had some good ideas: http://www.essortment.com/halloween-costume-ideas-50-great-ideas-infants-52258.html
    Food is definitely a must but at his age I can’t imagine him eating too much of it, so here are some cute ideas for you and your guests to enjoy:
    http://superpunch.blogspot.com/2008/10/spooky-halloween-food-ideas.html

  • grace says:

    check out the one pot chef on youtube he had some fab recipes last year for halloween

  • Catherine says:

    I have a simple black cupcake recipe just get the wild berry muffin mix from the store and add black food coloring, its safe and im sure he’ll have fun laughing at having a spooky black mouth. For movies the scary godmother specials on cartoon network are rly cute.

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