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BOO: 8 of the Best Ghostly Foods for Halloween!

Milk Shooters

There is something about ghosts I’ve always loved. They are like the original Halloween costume of all time. Every year at least one trick-or-treater comes to our house as a ghost and I love it. I also love cooking and baking things in ghostly shapes. It is so easy! Check out mashed Boo-Tatoes, ghostly cupcakes and poptarts and more!

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  • Pumpkin Cake Pops 1 of 8
    Pumpkin Cake Pops
    These sweet cake pops are filled with delicious pumpkin cake and have super-cute ghostly faces!
    Make pumpkin cake pops
  • Vegan Ghost Whip 2 of 8
    Vegan Ghost Whip
    A delicious ghostly vegan topping for your coffee or cocoa, perfect for Halloween morning!
    Make vegan ghost whip
  • Ghostly Halloween Pop Tarts 3 of 8
    Ghostly Halloween Pop Tarts
    Use those ghost cookie cutters to make delicious homemade Pop Tarts, add the icing and ghost sprinkles for an extra special effect!
    Make ghostly pop tarts
  • Ghostly Milk Shooters 4 of 8
    Ghostly Milk Shooters
    These fun milk and sprinkles shooters are so much fun for kids and adults alike and are a great way to get kids to drink their milk!
    Make ghostly milk shooters
  • Nutter Butter Ghosts 5 of 8
    Nutter Butter Ghosts
    Dip Nutter Butter cookies in white chocolate for an easy, cute ghostly treat. Perfect for an after school snack!
    Make nutter butter ghosts
  • Ghostly Rice Krispie Treats 6 of 8
    Ghostly Rice Krispie Treats
    Aren't these easy ghost treats so incredibly cute? Kids love munching on them, you can even bag them up for trick-or-treaters!
    Make ghostly rice krispie treats
  • Ghostly Cake Pops from Bakerella 7 of 8
    Ghostly Cake Pops from Bakerella
  • Mashed Bootatoes! 8 of 8
    Mashed Bootatoes!
    Who wouldn't love these delicious dollops of mashed potatoes served up as little ghost! Send your trick-or-treats out with a solid meal of these in their tummy!
    Make mashed bootatoes

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