What’s spookier: watching a scary movie or running out of treats on Halloween night?! If you think it’s the latter, you’ve come to the right place. These sweet and savory treats will keep your hunger goblins at bay! Here, easy pumpkin recipes, chilling cocktails and something sweet and festive to help you make the most of the spooky season.
There’s nothing quite as comforting as a warm bowl of soup on a cool autumn evening. This Halloween, make this beyond-easy weeknight version packed with all of your favorite fall ingredients like pumpkin, apple and sage. Serve your creamy soup in a hollowed-out pumpkin for extra festive fun.
No, this devilish drink isn’t toxic, but it might make you pucker! This drink from Bistro Lancaster in Houston uses a homemade sour mix made with fresh lemon and lime juice and combines it with a sweet vibrant green muskmelon liqueur called Midori. Rim this colorful vodka-spiked cocktail with colored sugar for some added Halloween flare.
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This is one of the easiest fall desserts we’ve made yet. Since Halloween falls on a school night this year, you may be too busy to cook anything festive while getting your little ones ready for trick-or-treating! Whip this one up in your cauldron–I mean slow-cooker— and you’ll have a little treat all to yourself before the kids get home!
Your hunt for a Halloween night cocktail can end here. The Witch Hunt from Bohanan’s in San Antonio in concocted with aged rum and Liquore Strega (which means Witch in Italian)! Sit for a spell and enjoy this ultra-refreshing drink while you settle in for a night of fright.
If you’re in a bind (get it?) pick up a Mummy Tart from Bakery Lorraine in San Antonio. The filling is a silky lemon curd that’s topped with fluffy meringue. It’s only available around Halloween, so don’t miss your chance to pick a few up now!