Easy Halloween Treats for Happy Ghouls and Ghosts

| October 31, 2016


Do you remember when you were a kid, when everyone brought in goodies for the school Halloween party, there was always one Mom who brought in the coolest treats? She was the favorite Mom in the classroom. These Halloween treats will make you that Mom, or Dad. Or, if you need treats for an office or adult Halloween party, you’ll be just as popular. People will be so impressed with your creativity and ingenuity. And what’s best about this is that all the Halloween recipes in this book are easy recipes. So, it won’t take you much time or energy to be considered a genius.

I personally am not an amazing cook by any stretch of the imagination. But, I do love to impress people when I show up for a party or potluck. So I’m always looking for the perfect thing to make. I usually opt to bring dessert because of my own personal sweet tooth. And because it’s me, I need them to be easy desserts. The criteria I use in choosing a recipe for desserts is that they must take as few ingredients as possible; they should be quick and easy to put together; they should taste amazing; and, they should look impressive. All of the Halloween treats in this book meet these criteria. I started with Halloween recipes I was given or discovered somewhere, and then improved them over time so that they are now super easy recipes that consistently taste and look great. I’ve had so much fun experimenting with all these recipes over the years, and I’ve loved putting together this book for you. I hope you enjoy using it for many Halloweens to come.

Please click the “look inside” feature to get a preview of what you will learn in this book.

(I recently included this book in a compilation of books I put together so that people could have my Halloween, Pumpkin, and Christmas recipes all in one convenient volume. The new book is called The Complete Holiday Treats Cookbook: Easy to make Goodies for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas – http://amzn.to/1t5HGWZ. Check it out.)

Happy Halloween!
(The first edition of this book had problems with the pictures, but they are all working now.)


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