Hello and welcome to this thing we’re doing where we help you figure out what you’re gonna put in your mouth this week. Some of these are recipes we’ve tried, some of these are recipes we’re looking forward to trying, all of them are fucking delicious. Tell us what you want to put in your piehole or suggest your own recipes, and we’ll talk about which things we made, which things we loved, and which things have changed us irreversibly as people. Last week, we made treats for your pets!
Halloween is totally the best, right? Halloween costumes, Halloween decorations, Halloween movies, Halloween parties, and of course, Halloween food. Whether you’re looking for pumpkin-themed everything, delicious treats that look disgusting, or candy corn added to things it probably shouldn’t be, we’ve got you covered.
1. Black on Black Velvet Cupcakes
2. Vegan Pumpkin Nog
3. Pumpkin Macaroni and Cheese
4. Witch’s Brew Cocktail
5. Candy Corn Hot Chocolate
6. Ouija Board Cookies
7. Beer-Battered Beef Brains
8. Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts
9. Pumpkin Roll
10. Curried Pumpkin Soup with Coconut
11. Buffalo Meatball Pumpkins
12. Pumpkin Cheesecake Mousse
13. Candy Corn Vodka
14. Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins
15. Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Caramel Frosting
16. Caramel Pumpkin Torte
17. Pumpkin Donuts
18. Dairy Free Gluten Free DTF Pumpkin Pie
19. Flourless Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies
20. Pretzel & Chocolate Spiders
21. Jack O’Lantern Shepherd’s Pie Stuffed Peppers
22. Mummy Oreo Truffles
23. Pumpkin Churro Waffles
24. Witches’ Brew Cupcakes
25. Frozen Boo-nana Pops
26. Spider Web Oreo Cookies
27. Mini Ghost Pumpkin Cakes
28. Pumpkin Brulee Cheesecake Bars
29. Braaaaaains Cupcakes
30. Meatball Mummies
31. Candy Corn Poppers
33. Radish Eyeballs
34. Pumpkin Crumb Cakes
35. Almond Meringue Ghost Cookies
36. Pumpkin Brownie Cupcakes
37. Tiny Halloween Layer Cakes
38. Caramel Pumpkin Spice Popcorn
39. Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs
40. Marshmallow Web Cupcake Topper
41. Pizza Mummy Braid
These look amazing. I can’t believe the trouble that people have gone to to create these.
Shame Halloween isn’t something we celebrate here in Australia, at least not amoungst people my age. I think it’s catching on with children now though.
I hope all of you Northern Hemisphere folk have a good time on the 31st.
maybe you can be the one to start the tradition in Australia!
I might leave that one for people who are more into partying. Also it seems like it’s one of those fun occasions where it’s better to do when it’s cold.
Since the temp here at the moment is pushing 100 degrees most days while we gear up for summer, I suppose we could have a “Welcome to the Gates of Hell” do though.
I wish you could have seen my face as I scrolled down this list, opening basically every recipe in a new tab so I can try to plan to create as much of this as possible before the 31st.
I also appreciate how they’re not all sweet. That pumpkin macaroni cheese is calling my name!
Thank you and you’re welcome! And yeah, that mac and cheese looks really tempting!
Mey, you’re amazing for putting this together.
I’m flying to San Francisco super early on the 1st, so I’m thinking of doing something super low key the day before. Spooky open house brunch? Spooky open house brunch.
Yum! Also: pumpkin bread pudding. Super easy and amazinggggg https://oishiifood.wordpress.com/2010/11/05/pumpkin-bread-pudding/
Mey, I am loving all your Halloween related posts.
I want to eat everything on this list.
thank you so much!
I am absolutely loving all the Halloween related articles on here and I am loving all these recipes.
My smile just kept getting bigger and bigger aaaah everything looks so fun and good. And those spiders! Look at those spiders with their little jointed pretzel legs! And the ouija boards! And that macaroni!
This is exactly what I need in my life. The question is, do I send this link to my friends so they can do some of the food-making or do I not dare do that b/c it is possible they will want me to make ALL the things.
I want to try all of these! Excellent list!
I am so happy. Thank you. Oh my god. I’m really, really happy about this.
Great list, so many cute things! I’ve been wanting to make some candy corn vodka but no one wants to try it with me but since you included it maybe it’s a sign I should just make it for myself!
I’m allergic to wheat but boy howdy am I stoked to adapt these recipes!
For vg/gf crusts (no bake): pecans OR walnuts OR almonds + dates OR prunes
Other substitutes that might help (all from either mynewroots/chocolatecoveredkatie or my own experiments)
Cheesecake blend: cashews, soaked overnight, coconut oil, honey, vanilla and throw em in a food processor! Very flexible recipe, can add pumpkin/spice to get the flavor/color you need
Whipped cream: chocolatecoveredkatie has a pretty good non-dairy recipe on her site using full fat coconut milk
And that’s all I got. That pumpkin swirl cake is basically all you need for date night apart from your lovely self, a fork, and Hocus Pocus. Thank so much for this list!
All of these look amazing, and most can be made kosher for a werewolf bar mitzvah!
These are all so cute and creative! I love the mushroom eyeballs – and they look pretty simple to make, too.
I have come to preach the good word of gel based dyes for your confectionery needs.
You want a orange that says ORANGE rather than politely suggests orange use a gel based dye. Many craft stores and party supply stores do sell individual half ounce jars if you do wish to invest in a full rainbow.
Black On Black is an excellent Heart song by the way and some of these recipes are just so cute. Imma melt.