Halloween II

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

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(Two-Disc Special Edition) (2007) Malcolm McDowell

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DreamWorks Halloween

Double Pack (Scared Shrekless / Monsters vs Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins From Outer Space)

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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

(Ultimate Secret Edition) (2006) Sara Paxton

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The Day After Halloween

(Katarina's Nightmare Theater) Sigrid Thornton

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SpongeBob SquarePants

Halloween (1999) Tom Kenny

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Halloween III

Season of the Witch (1982) Tom Atkins

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Playhouse Disney Halloween

(Just Say Boo/A Spookie Ookie Halloween) (1998) Cole Caplan

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25 Years of Terror (2006) John Ottman

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I need some halloween recipes. Anyone got anything good?

18 Responses to I need some halloween recipes. Anyone got anything good?

  • bonnie says:

    Mummy Dogs

    Perfect for a quick Halloween dinner.
    Hot dogs
    Ready-made croissant dough
    Mustard and ketchup
    Cut the croissant dough into strips. Wrap hot dogs to look like mummies. Bake at 375 degrees for 12 to 15 minutes or until light golden brown. You can make faces with ketchup and mustard
    Halloween Milkshake

    Cool Halloween treat.
    1/4 cup milk
    3/4 cup frozen orange juice concentrate
    4 black licorice twists
    Blender together milk, orange juice concentrate and ice cream in a blender until smooth. Pour into glasses. Cut the ends off the black licorice twists and use as straws.

    Monster Toes

    Warm treats for your ghoulish guests.
    Biscuit dough
    Green food coloring
    Cocktail franks
    Honey mustard
    Black olives
    If you make your own biscuit dough, add 5 drops of green food coloring to your batter before you kneed it and roll it out. If you buy ready made, brush the dough with green food coloring after the toes are made. Roll out your dough. Spread mustard on the dough. Cut pieces big enough to cover one cocktail frank. Roll it and seal shut. Cut a black olive in half. Push one half into the dough on the edge of the cocktail frank. This is the toenail. Place all of the toes on a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for twenty minutes.

    S’more Eyeballs

    A spooky take off of an old favorite.
    1 jar chocolate cake icing
    Mini chocolate chips
    Gram crackers
    Spread a heaping helping of chocolate icing on 1/2 a gram cracker. Push two marshmallows into the icing. Dab a little icing on one chocolate chip per marshmallow. Place the chocolate chips on the marshmallows to form the pupils of the eyes.
    Serve with extra gram cracker halves, in case anyone wants to smash the eyeballs.

  • Boodie says:


    Hey, I answered truthfully!

  • johnbntexas says:

    don’t forget the worms

  • HotTea says:

    A bowl of peeled green and purple grapes – they look icky, like green & purple eyeballs.

  • *Pinky* says:

    Harvest Moon Lollipops:

    These make a perfect party project for kids. (Help younger children insert the lollipop sticks.) Arrange lollipops in a container filled with florist foam for an impressive centerpiece, or wrap individually in cellophane and give as party favors.

    12 (10- to 12-inch-long) lollipop sticks
    1 (24-ounce) package Chocolate Flavor MoonPies
    1 (14-ounce) package orange candy melts
    1 zip-top plastic bag
    Wax paper
    Halloween candies
    Halloween sugar cake decorations
    Decorator icing
    Ribbon (optional)

    Step 1: Insert 1 lollipop stick 2 to 3 inches into marshmallow center of MoonPie.

    Step 2: Microwave candy melts in a glass bowl at MEDIUM (50% power) 1 minute or until melted, stirring once; spoon into plastic bag, and seal.

    Step 3: Snip a small hole in 1 corner of the bag; pipe melted candy around where stick meets MoonPie to secure. Lay flat on wax paper, and let stand until firm.

    Step 4: Pipe fun border of melted candy around edges. Attach candies and/or cake decorations with decorator icing. Tie ribbons around tops of sticks, if desired.

    Yield: 1 dozen

  • gangstapimpcez_40 says:

    I did this last year: You nee dough…walnuts…and jel-o.
    roll the dough until it looks like a finger. At the top of the dough put a sliced walnut to make it look like a finger. Then add jel-o around it and it will look like a slice finger. Make little blood marks all around the dough. Bake in oven on 450 and let it stay in there for 7 minutes.

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  • yoyomax_67 says:

    make some shortbread cookie dough. Shape them into finger shapes, slash a few lines with a knife to make knuckle lines. Press an blanched whole almond into the "finger tip" to make a nail. Bake as usual. Remove the almond, pipe in a little red food gel into the "nail bed" and then push almond back down. The food gel will act as a "glue" for the almond. These really look like witches fingers and turn out nice.

  • silverearth1 says:

    Categories: German,
    Yield: 16 servings

    4 c Flour
    3 Sticks butter or marg.
    1 c Sugar
    1 ts Salt
    4 Egg yolks (save whites)
    1 tb Vanilla
    3 lb Purple plums (the little
    Ones) approx.
    Apricot or peach jam

    make a dough from the first 6 ingredients, press into cookie sheet with
    your fingers, forming a rim. Spread thin layer of peach or apricot jam on
    top of dough. Now put your plums (which have been quartered) in rows on
    the dough. Beat egg whites slightly and brush over plums, sprinkle two TBL
    of flour over egg whites. Bake at 375 degrees for 40 minutes. If too sour
    shake some powdered sugar on top.

  • Donna says:

    I have some ideas that are cool but aren’t recipes. Get some latex surgical gloves and fill them with water and tie them off. Place them on a cookie sheet sprinkled with cornmeal (so the gloves don’t stick). After they are frozen, peel off the glove. Float them in your punch bowl. Do the same with a clear Halloween mask. Just tape up the eyes, nose and mouth. It looks like a ghostly face starring back at you from the punch bowl. Hope this helps.

  • Jaspreet S says:

    You should bake some cookies and decorate it with ghost and pumpkins. you can also do that with cakes.

  • j13106 says:

    Make a graveyard cake! Buy a devil’s food boxed cake mix (Betty Crocker, Duncan Hines, etc.). Bake the cake and cover with chocolate frosting. Sprinkle crumbled Oreo cookies on the cake (scrape out the creme first) to make the "dirt". Create ghosts out of marshmallows(Add eyes and mouth with a tube of cake decorator’s gel.). Dollops of whipped creme work well too. Place the ghosts around the cake. Insert Vienna wafers into the cake for tombstones. For added effects make a fence out of licorice or thin pretzel sticks. Add other candies if you like to "spook" up your cake! Use your imagination and have a very happy Halloween!

  • cowgirl says:

    One year I invited the neighborhood kids to a party with my own two. I served goulash (ghoulash), devil’s food cake, etc.

  • kgreives says:

    Cemetery cake. Make your favorite cake in a 13x9x2 pan. Take white icing and add green food color to make a green grass shade, ice the cake. Use Milano cookies to make headstones. Put gummy worms in and around the cemetery. I take the cookie parts of Oreos to make dirt, pile it up in spots like a freshly dug grave, lay in in other spots as they have just buried a coffin etc.

    Eyes and Guts

    Cook 1 lb of Spaghetti drain and let cool
    peel a bunch of grapes
    1/2 cup any type of oil, vegetable olive etc
    Combine everything together in a large bowl
    Blindfold your guests and have them put their hand in the bowl and then tell them " so how do the guts and eyes feel" Most people will get weired out.

  • faybe says:

    Jack o latern ice cream

    cut the top of an orange off and scoop the inside out, carve the face in the front of the orange then fill with ice cream

  • muramsey10596 says:

    I always look on the Taste of Home website and get many great ideas.

  • Cat says:

    Planning Tip: Undecorated brownies can be frozen airtight up to 1 month. Thaw and decorate up to 1 day before serving. Refrigerate airtight.

    1 1?2 sticks (3?4 cup) butter, melted and cooled
    1 3?4 cups sugar
    4 large eggs
    1 1?2 cups plus 1?4 cup all-purpose flour
    1 tsp baking powder
    2 oz unsweetened baking chocolate, melted in a medium bowl in microwave
    1 tsp orange extract
    Yellow and red liquid food color

    Spiderwebs: 1?4 cup orange candy melts (see Note) and 1-qt sturdy ziptop bag

    1. Heat oven to 325°F. Line a 9-in. square baking pan with foil, letting foil extend above pan on 2 sides. Coat foil with nonstick spray (or use nonstick foil).
    2. Whisk butter and sugar in a medium bowl until blended. Whisk in eggs, 1 at a time. Stir in 11?2 cups flour and the baking powder until just combined.
    3. Remove 1 cup batter, add to chocolate and stir until blended. Spread evenly in lined pan. Refrigerate 15 minutes or until slightly firm to the touch.
    4. Meanwhile stir orange extract and 1?4 cup flour into remaining batter; tint yellow. Divide batter in half. Tint 1 half orange using a little red food color.
    5. Spoon yellow batter onto chocolate layer; gently spread even. Refrigerate 30 minutes, until slightly firm to the touch.
    6. Spoon on orange batter; spread even. Bake 40 to 45 minutes until a wooden pick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool pan on a wire rack 10 minutes, then invert on rack to cool completely; remove foil. Cut in 25 squares.
    7. Spiderwebs: Melt candy melts as package directs. Scrape into ziptop bag, cut tip off 1 corner and pipe a spiderweb on each brownie.

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