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

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The Day After Halloween

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SpongeBob SquarePants

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Halloween III

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What are some Halloween candy recipes?

I’m looking to make candy for a Halloween party I am throwing. Any ideas?
Karen, I would have said Samhain, had I thought someone would know what I was talking about. lol

5 Responses to What are some Halloween candy recipes?

  • homeland security says:

    Chocolate Spiders
    2 c. chocolate chips
    2 tsp corn oil
    60 mini marshmallows
    5 thin black licorice whips
    20 tiny red hot candies

    Place chocolate chips into a microwave-safe bowl, and heat 2 to 3 minutes or until the chocolate chips are melted. Add oil and mix well.

    On a sheet of waxed paper, smash about 6 marshmallows into one round ball. Do the same with the remaining marshmallows, making 10 spider bodies in all.

    Cut licorice into 80 2-inch-long strips.

    Dip the balls into the melted chocolate. Stick in the legs–4 on each side of each body for a total of 8 legs on each spider. Add 2 eyes made of red hot candies to the top. Makes 10 servings.


    8 large Red Delicious apples
    1/4 cup lemon juice
    1 tbsp. sugar
    1 10-oz. jar strawberry or cherry sauce

    Wash, peel and core the apples. Then cut each apple into 8 pieces.

    Dip the cut apples into the lemon juice to prevent them from turning brown.

    To prepare the fangs, cut the apple slices into long, narrow triangles, making pointy tooth-like shapes. Re dip slices in the lemon juice and lightly sprinkle them with sugar.

    Arrange the fangs on a serving platter with the strawberry dipping sauce in the middle. Make sure you splatter some of the "blood" over the fangs. Makes 10 servings.


    Roll of Fruit by the Foot
    Thin pretzels

    1. For each one, cut a 2-inch length from a roll of Fruit by the Foot.

    2. With the shorter ends on the side, fringe the bottom of the strip (leaving a 1/4-inch border uncut along the top) to create thin broom bristles.

    3. Then moisten the upper edge of the fruit with a drop of water and tightly wrap it around one end of a thin pretzel-stick broom handle.


    1 package white frosting
    1 box vanilla wafers
    Green or blue "LifeSavers"
    Red gel icing
    Chocolate chips
    1. Spread frosting on vanilla wafers. Put one life saver on each wafer. Place a chocolate chip in the middle of the LifeSaver". With the red gel icing, draw bloodshot lines on the frosting.

    hope this works for you enjoy and have a blast at your party

  • Elle Z says:

    Make haystacks. It’s Halloween appropriate.
    12 ounces butterscotch chips
    1 (5 ounce) can chow mein noodles
    1 cup cocktail peanuts

    Microwave morsels in glass bowl on medium just until shiny.
    Add chow mein noodles and nuts.
    Stir quickly and thoroughly until noodles are evenly coated.
    Quickly spoon onto waxed paper.
    Let them set until dry (about 15 minutes).

  • Hope W says:


    INGREDIENTS (Nutrition)
    3/4 cup light corn syrup
    1/4 cup margarine
    2 teaspoons cold water
    2 5/8 cups confectioners’ sugar
    1 cup marshmallows
    5 quarts plain popped popcorn

    In a saucepan over medium heat, combine the corn syrup, margarine, cold water, confectioners’ sugar and marshmallows. Heat and stir until the mixture comes to a boil. Carefully combine the hot mixture with the popcorn, coating each kernel.
    Grease hands with vegetable shortening and quickly shape the coated popcorn into balls before it cools. Wrap with cellophane or plastic wrap and store at room temperature.


    INGREDIENTS (Nutrition)
    6 apples
    1 (14 ounce) package individually wrapped caramels, unwrapped
    2 tablespoons milk

    Remove the stem from each apple and press a craft stick into the top. Butter a baking sheet.
    Place caramels and milk in a microwave safe bowl, and microwave 2 minutes, stirring once. Allow to cool briefly.
    Roll each apple quickly in caramel sauce until well coated. Place on prepared sheet to set.

  • Karen B says:

    This site has many more recipes as well. Blessed Samhain to you.

    Scary Skulls
    Prep: 30 minutes

    Scary Skulls

    * 5 medium pears
    * 5 wooden craft sticks
    * 12 ounces white baking chocolate, coarsely chopped
    * 5 3-inch squares plastic-foamblocks or florist foam
    * Assorted small black candies
    * Green jelly beans


    1. Wash and dry pears; remove stems. Insert a wooden stick into the stem end of each pear.

    2. In a heavy medium saucepan heat and stir white chocolate over low heat until melted. Hold pears over saucepan using sticks. Spoon melted chocolate evenly over pears, allowing excess chocolate to drip off. Insert the stick of each pear into a foam block.

    3. Let stand about 30 minutes or until chocolate is set.

    4. Decorate pears with candies to resemble skulls, attaching candies with remaining white chocolate (remelting if necessary). Place foam blocks in decorative dishes and top with green jelly beans. Makes 5 pears

    White-as-a-Ghost Pops
    Makes: 16 servings
    Prep: 50 minutes

    White-as-a-Ghost Pops

    * 6 tablespoons butter
    * 2 10-ounce packages marshmallows or 4 cups tiny marshmallows
    * 12 cups crisp rice cereal
    * 24 ounces vanilla-flavored candy coating
    * 8 lollipop sticks
    * Small black candies
    * 1 16-ounce can vanilla frosting
    * Green food coloring
    * 2 cups shredded coconut


    1. Line a 13×9-inch baking pan and an 8- to 9-inch diameter mixing bowl with foil, extending foil over edges of pan and bowl. Butter foil; set pan and bowl aside. Melt butter in a 6-quart Dutch oven over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat. Add cereal; stir until well-coated. Divide mixture between prepared baking pan and mixing bowl and press evenly and firmly into pan and bowl.

    2. Set cereal mixture aside to cool completely, about 1 hour. Lift cereal mixture from baking pan with edges of foil. Use a 3- to 4-inch ghost-shaped cookie cutter to cut out ghost shapes. Insert lollipop sticks into ghost shapes through the bottom of cutouts.

    3. In a medium saucepan melt candy coating over low heat. Place ghosts on a slotted spatula and spoon candy coating over ghost shapes, turning carefully using sticks to coat both sides and letting excess candy coating drip back into the pan. Carefully place ghosts on a sheet of waxed paper. Decorate face with candies before coating sets up. Let stand until coating is completely set, about 1 hour.

    4. Stir together frosting and a few drops green food coloring; set aside. Place coconut in a resealable plastic bag. Add a few drops of green food coloring; seal bag. Shake and knead bag lightly to tint coconut.

    5. Lift cereal mixture from mixing bowl with edges of foil and invert onto a serving platter; remove foil. Frost with the green frosting. Sprinkle with coconut. Insert lollipop sticks with ghost shapes into frosted cereal mixture.

    6. Note: After cutting ghost shapes out of the cereal mixture, reserve your scraps for more fun shapes. Try rolling some scraps into balls and dip balls into melted vanilla- or chocolate-flavored candy coating. Sprinkle with desired candy decorations and let set on waxed paper.

  • ShadyLady says:

    popcorn to pop in air popper
    15 clear plastic kitchen gloves
    candy corn
    twist ties
    Pop a bowl of popcorn
    Into each finger in glove place 1 candy corn (for "fingernail) Poke popcorn down each finger and into the palm to make a "hand". Twist tie shut. (or if you want to be fancy, use ribbon and curl.)

    I made these healthy treats for 4 year olds! They were a hit! 🙂

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