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Boo-tiful Halloween Snacks and Treats!

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Want to wow your guests this Halloween? Try one of these festive and spooky snack recipes!

This savory appetizer is sure to send shivers down your guests' spines ....
Build a cat skeleton out of crunchy veggies and fresh dip! Spooky and healthy.

Another treat that puts candy-eating at bay (for a while, at least).

Spiky Candy Corn Cupcakes
Everyone loves candy corn, and this cupcake recipe provides another great use for the holiday favorite.

Screaming Spice Cookies
Screaming? That's what you'll hear when these are all gone!

Cauldron Curry
If your guests are hearty eaters, serve up this green-hued curry in a witch's cauldron.

You've never seen tacos done like this before. Watch out -- they might bite back!

This witches' brew staple gets a tasty upgrade.
These festive cupcakes are almost too cute to eat. But one taste, and they'll be gone quicker than you can say, "Trick or treat!"

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