It's hard to believe it's that time of year again. Here come the ghosts and goblins. Any great costume ideas for you or the kids? Whatever it may be, I'm sure you'll be looking festive in your Halloween attire, and this month we have some healthy treats to match!
There's no need to succumb to the candy corn or candy bars that abound the grocery aisles and our homes each Halloween season. You can create fun, homemade recipes that are healthier and tastier right in your own kitchen. It's always more fun when you make a treat with the family, isn't it? Try the exciting Spooky Spiders below, and serve it to your friends when they arrive to be spooked. Making these treats is a great way to get the kids involved and think outside the box of candy bars, that is!
There's no need to let the kids have all the fun, when you can whip up an easy and tasty snack to hold even grown-ups over this trick or treating season. Serve the Parents' Pumpkin Dip with ginger snaps and warm Musselman's Apple Cider.
Warning: This Parents' Pumpkin Dip is delectable for young goblins, too!